Spring 2021 Events

Reading Group

"A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" by James Joyce

January 4 11:00–12:00 PM

The “Shakespeare and Company Project” conducts a discussion of Joyce's first novel as part of a series of explorations of titles frequently borrowed from Shakespeare and Company in Paris.

Shakespeare and Company, an English-language bookshop and lending library in Paris, was opened by American Sylvia Beach in 1919. The shop became the home away from home for a community of expatriate writers and artists now known as the Lost Generation. 

The book is freely accessible here

Presented in partnership with Princeton Public Library.

Made possible, in part, by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Information Session

Humanities Data Teaching Fellows Information Session

Grant R. Wythoff
January 27 2:00–3:00 PM

Join us for a virtual information session on a new opportunity for Princeton Ph.D. students: the Humanities Data Teaching Fellowship. Fellows will bring their humanities subject expertise to a pathbreaking data sciences curriculum development initiative. Applications are due February 12.

Click here to register.

Discussion

Exploring Privacy Apps

January 28 1:00–2:00 PM

(InfoSec 101) - In celebration of International Data Privacy Day (January 28), the Information Security Office will discuss several software applications developed with privacy in mind.  Some applications explored include DuckDuckGo privacy services, Tor browser, Mailvelope encrypted email, and Signal messaging (encrypted instant messenger, voice, and video calling). Join us to learn about both the advantages and disadvantages of these services.

Speakers: David Sherry, Tara Schaufler

 

About InfoSec class levels:

InfoSec 100-level classes: Classes with no prerequisites and typically define basic concepts or terminology.

InfoSec 200-level classes: Classes may sometimes have prerequisites and typically define intermediate-level concepts or terminology.

Sign up here (make sure to select the correct webinar and then click “enroll” on the top right of the window).

Book Talk

Book Talk: "Predict and Surveil: Data, Discretion, and the Future of Policing"

February 9 4:30–5:30 PM

Princeton alumna and Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas at Austin, Sarah Brayne, will speak about her new book, Predict and Surveil: Data, Discretion, and the Future of Policing.

Register here.

Year of Data

Collections as Data Series

Privacy Initiative @ the CDH

How We Work Series

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