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  • AMS Multidisciplinary Poster Collections

    This collection houses works from Warren Alpert Medical School students and faculty presented at a variety of scholarly conferences and scientific meetings for their specialties. For more medical student works please visit the Warren Alpert Medical School Academic Symposium collection …
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  • Africana Studies

    Located in the historic Churchill House on the campus of Brown University, the Department of Africana Studies is the intellectual center for faculty and students interested in the artistic, historical, literary, and theoretical expressions of the various cultures of Africa …
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  • American Studies

    The Department of American Civilization at Brown University was founded in 1945 as a collaborative as well as interdisciplinary enterprise. The first catalog statement explained that its purpose was “to provide the student with a more comprehensive and better unified …
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  • Angela M. Bengtson Research Archive

    This is the research archive for Angela M. Bengtson, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health at Brown University. Dr. Bengtson is an epidemiologist working to improve the health of people living with HIV. Her work …
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  • Annenberg Institute at Brown University Digital Archives

    In pursuit of more just and flourishing societies, the Annenberg Institute seeks to integrate and expand the range of work at Brown, reenvisioning how universities can enrich educational systems for the benefit of children and youth. The Institute strives to …
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  • Anthropology

    The Department of Anthropology at Brown is a vibrant, award-winning group of scholars in the subfields of cultural anthropology, archaeology, and anthropological linguistics. Our research and teaching cover a wide range of the field, with special strengths in anthropological demography, …
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  • Applied Mathematics

    The Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University is one of the most prominent departments at Brown, and is also one of the oldest and strongest of its type in the country. The Division of Applied Mathematics is a world …
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  • Ars Orientalis 51: The Graphic Arts

    IIIF manifest of images published in Volume 51 of Ars Orientalis Issn 0571-1371 https://asia.si.edu/research/ars-orientalis/ars-orientalis-51/
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  • Bactrian Camel Brain Imaging

    This case study is the result of collaboration between neuroanthropology researchers at George Washington University and neuroimaging researchers at Rhode Island Hospital & Brown University and serves as a means of exploring the efficacy of several medical imaging modalities in …

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  • Biology and Medicine

    The Division of Biology and Medicine is composed of Alpert Medical School, the Program in Biology (which includes study at the undergraduate and graduate levels), and the Public Health Program. It is home to five basic biology departments and fourteen …
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  • Brown Alumni Magazine (BAM)

    The Brown Alumni Magazine (BAM) is a bimonthly publication of the Office of University Communications. The BAM publishes news of interest to its alumni audience, with a particular focus on exceptional accomplishments through stories that demonstrate how a Brown education …

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  • Brown Journal of World Affairs Archive

    This collection houses the University's archive of the Brown Journal of World Affairs. Founded in 1993, the Brown Journal of World Affairs is a semiannual journal of international relations and foreign policy produced at Brown University’s Watson Institute for …

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  • Brown Science Cartoons (SciToons)

    Science Cartoons (SciToons) is a science education program based at Brown University. It was developed to engage STEM and non-STEM students and faculty in the creation of science animation. The SciToons model is an innovative approach for communicating scientific research …
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  • Brown University Library

    The Brown University Library, in support of the University's educational and research mission, is the local repository for and the principal gateway to current information and the scholarly record. As such, it is simultaneously collection, connection, and classroom, primarily for …
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  • Brown University Library Cuneiforms

    These are digital three-dimensional (3D) models and images of cuneiforms found in the John Hay Library's Special Collections.
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  • Brown University Library Innovation Prize

    Each year the Innovation Prize has a new theme. This collection houses digital works that were awarded Brown University Library Innovation Prizes.
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  • Brown University Open Data Collection

    This collection contains open and publicly-funded data sets created by Brown University faculty and student researchers. Increasingly, publishers, and funders are requiring that protocols, data sets, metadata, and code underlying published research be retained and preserved, their locations cited within …
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  • Brown University Student Publications

    This collection contains open access and other scholarly works published by students at Brown University. Items include articles, essays and white papers, among others. For theses and dissertations authored by students for the fulfillment of requirements for degrees granted by …
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  • Brown University Superfund Research Program Digital Archive

    This archive is for the long-term preservation and public dissemination of data and digital research products created and collected by the Brown University Superfund Research Program funded by The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Superfund Program of the National …
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  • Browniverse: 3D Models and VR Digital Library

    This collection is for discovering and sharing digital 3D scans, models, designs, and prints and photogrammetry images and VR and immersive technologies created at Brown University.
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  • CHIASMI ARCHIVES

    This is the online digital archive for Chiasmi: Graduate Student Conference in Italian Studies. Chiasmi was founded as a collaboration between the graduate students of Italian Studies from Brown and Harvard Universities. The rhetorical figure chosen as the name of …
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  • Center for Computational Molecular Biology

    The prime intellectual mission of Brown University’s Center for Computational Molecular Biology (CCMB) is to promote the development, implementation and application of analytical and computational methods to foundational questions in the biological and medical sciences. The research programs of the …
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  • Center for Contemporary South Asia

    South Asian Studies is an interdisciplinary concentration in which students work across the humanities and social sciences, geographical locations, and time periods. The concentration emphasizes both the diversity of South Asia as a region, as well as the long-term historical …
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  • Center for Gerontology and Healthcare Research Data

    The Center for Gerontology and Healthcare Research is a nationally prominent research center that studies the diverse health and social service needs of elderly and other persons with chronic illnesses. This collection is for the preservation and dissemination of the …
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  • Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies

    The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) at Brown University facilitates the study of this dynamic region from a multidisciplinary perspective. CLACS organizes academic conferences, lectures, and cultural programming, and supports over 100 faculty affiliates as well as …
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  • Center for the Study of the Early Modern World

    The new Center for the Study of the Early Modern World brings together a range of expertise at Brown in different disciplines to focus on the multiple historical traditions of Africa, Asia, the Americas, and Europe — and on potent …
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  • Chemistry

    The Department of Chemistry maintains pedagogical and research strengths in organic, inorganic, and theoretical and experimental physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, chemical biology and nanochemistry. The Chemistry Department maintains world-class facilities that enable scientific inquiry almost without limitations. In many cases, …
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  • Classics

    The Department of Classics offers instruction in Greek, Latin, Sanskrit, and Modern Greek languages, literatures, history, and philosophy, all leading to the degrees of B.A. and Ph.D. in Classics. The department also sponsors graduate programs leading to the Ph.D Degree …
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  • Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences

    The Department of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences (CLPS) is dedicated to research, teaching, and providing service to the University and the broader professional community. Our undergraduate concentrations in Psychology, Cognitive Science, Cognitive Neuroscience, and Linguistics are designed to educate …
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  • Comparative Literature

    Comparative literature is the study of literature and other cultural expressions across linguistic and cultural boundaries. At Brown, the Department of Comparative Literature is distinct in its conviction that literary research and instruction must be international in character, and its …
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  • Computer Science

    The Computer Science Department at Brown has forged a path of innovative information technology research and teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. From our modest beginnings as an interest group within the Divisions of Applied Mathematics and Engineering …
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  • Contemplative Studies Initiative

    The Contemplative Studies Initiative is a group of Brown faculty and students with diverse academic specializations who are united around a common interest in the study and application of contemplative states of mind. Our teaching and research follow both James …
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  • CreatureCast Archives

    This is an archive of broader impacts materials produced by Dr. Casey William Dunn (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) and his students during his years as a professor at Brown University (2007-2017). Professor Dunn and his students were involved in several …
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  • Data Science Initiative

    Leveraging established academic strength, Brown University's Data Science Initiative is a hub for research and education in foundational methodologies of data science. The Initiative maintains an outward focus on application areas and critical engagement with questions of the impact of …
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  • Data and Trained Models for MatryODShka: Real-time 6DoF Video View Synthesis using Multi-Sphere Images

    MatryODShka: Real-time 6DoF Video View Synthesis using Multi-Sphere Images Benjamin Attal, Selena Ling, Aaron Gokaslan,Christian Richardt, and James Tompkin European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) 2020—Oral Presentation Project website: http://visual.cs.brown.edu/projects/matryodshkawebpage/ and Data set: DOI: https://doi.org/10.26300/spba-rp45
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  • Data from "Synergid calcium ion oscillations define a new feature of pollen tube reception critical for blocking interspecific hybridization"

    This archive contains replicate timelapse movies, associated ROIs, and raw data data created by Nathaniel Ponvert and Mark A. Johnson. Please cite the digital object identifier (DOI) for any specific data set accessed as well as the DOI for this …
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  • Dataset and codebase for Towards Untrusted Social Video Verification to Combat Deepfakes via Face Geometry Consistency

    Raw video and the post-processed landmark matrices for E. Tursman, M. George, S. Kamara and J. Tompkin, "Towards Untrusted Social Video Verification to Combat Deepfakes via Face Geometry Consistency," 2020 IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshops (CVPRW), …
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  • David Winton Bell Gallery

    The David Winton Bell Gallery Collection holds over 6,500 works of art representing 500 years of artistic practice with particularly rich holdings in contemporary art and works on paper. The collection is available for study by classes and individuals.

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  • Deliberations of the NAC - Digital Archive

    The National Advisory Council, constituted by the United Progressive Alliance as an advisory body to the Prime Minister, first between 2004 and 2007, and then between 2010 and 2014, left a lasting impact in shaping social policy in India and …
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  • Development Studies

    Development Studies is an interdisciplinary social science concentration. The study of complex processes of social and economic development has theoretical, methodological, practical and ethical dimensions. As such, it calls on a wide range of academic disciplines. Development Studies concentrators are …
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  • Digital Archive for "Words in the Landscape: The Mechanics of Egyptian Royal Living-Rock Stelae"

    This archive is for the data sets collected as part of Dr. Jennifer Grice Thum's dissertation project "Words in the Landscape: The Mechanics of Egyptian Royal Living-Rock Stelae" (Brown University Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World). The collection …
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  • Digital Archive for The Splendor and Travail of the Earth

    This archive contains the digital files of photographs, texts, and an audio story created by Ian Stevenson as part of his undergraduate thesis project The Splendor and Travail of the Earth for the Nonfiction Writing Honors Program in the Department …
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  • Distributed Gallery

    The Distributed Gallery is a project to develop a system for showcasing Arts works on flat screen displays.
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  • EQUiSat Digital Archive

    This is an archive to preserve materials from Brown Space Engineering's (BSE) open source EQUiSat Project. In February of 2014, Brown Space Engineering (BSE) undergraduate students' designed EQUiSat satellite was selected for launch by NASA through the CubeSat Launch …
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  • Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences

    Geological phenomena affect our daily lives as well as the future of our planet. Fundamental knowledge in the Earth and planetary sciences has direct bearing on matters of urgent interest to the public, to policy makers, and to other scientists. …
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  • East Asian Studies

    The Department of East Asian Studies offers Brown students a window into the worlds of East Asia, a region that has emerged, over the course of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, both as a major site of geopolitical power and …
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  • Economics

    The Brown Department of Economics faculty members engage in research ranging from pure theory to applied subjects. Distinguished in their specialties, they are often sought out for their expertise. Economics remains one of the most popular undergraduate majors at the …
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  • Egyptology and Assyriology

    The Department of Egyptology and Assyriology builds on the strengths of Brown’s former Departments of Egyptology and History of Mathematics to explore the histories, languages, cultures and sciences of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and their neighbors. These regions, sometimes known collectively …
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  • Emergency Department Smart Notifications Digital Library

    Emergency Department Smart Notifications (EDSN) is an Advance Clinical and Translational Research (Advance-CTR) Big Data Pilot study bridging medicine and informatics. It involves investigators from the Department of Emergency Medicine and Brown Center for Biomedical Informatics (BCBI). The central aim …
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  • Engineering

    Brown University's School of Engineering educates future leaders in the fundamentals of engineering in an environment of world-class research. We stress an interdisciplinary approach and a broad understanding of underlying global issues. Collaborations across the campus and beyond strengthen our …
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  • English

    The English department has a diverse faculty representing a range of theoretical approaches. They regularly publish books and articles in such areas as literary history, theory of the novel, poetic form, literature and visual arts, African American literature, Asian American …
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  • Freedom Now!

    An archival project of Tougaloo College and Brown University documenting the Mississippi Freedom Movement and Brown-Tougaloo Cooperative Exchange.
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  • French Studies

    The Department of French Studies is the center for faculty and students interested in the intellectual, linguistic and cultural contributions of French-speaking regions of the world. Our faculty are leading scholars with specialties in periods from the 16th to the …
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  • Gateways to Medicine, Health Care, and Research

    The Gateways Program at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University provides academically promising, motivated students new pathways to careers in the health sciences. This collection houses scholarly works produced by Master of Science in Medical Sciences (ScM) students …
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  • Generalized Behavioral Intervention Analysis System

    This archive contains the Generalized Behavioral Intervention Analysis System's (GBIAS) Target Behavior and Topic Coding Manual and Speech Act Coding Manual. The GBIAS was developed as part of the Understanding Change in HIV and Alcohol Treatment (UCHAT) study, Christopher Kahler, …
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  • German Studies

    The Department of German Studies is a vibrant intellectual community with strong ties to the full range of critical inquiry that characterizes the humanities at Brown. It focuses its research and teaching on German-language literature, culture, and critical thought (from …
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  • Global Health Research Day

    The purpose of the annual Global Health Research Day is to showcase research done by a wide variety of Brown students working in global health. This includes Framework in Global Health Scholars, MHIRT Scholars, Global Health Scholarly Concentrators, and Global …
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  • Grassroots Archive Digital Initiative

    This digital collection offers a preview of work done by the Grassroots Archive Digital Initiative (GADI) during its pilot project in São Paulo, Brazil from 2017 to 2019. GADI aims to create digital archives that are jointly managed by communities, …

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  • Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology

    This collection holds digital copies of materials related to the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University's teaching museum. A resource across the University, the Haffenreffer Museum inspires creative and critical thinking about culture by fostering interdisciplinary understanding of the material …
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  • Health Services, Policy & Practice

    The Department of Health Services, Policy & Practice develops and disseminates new knowledge that helps to deliver effective, efficient, continuously-improving and just public health and health care services. We accomplish this through innovative research, engaged teaching, creative training and mentoring …
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  • Hepatic Steatosis Ultrasound Image Data

    This dataset contains files of de-identified ultrasound images, region of interest (ROI) data, and quantitative values of triglyceride lipids from 354 patients with random US-guided liver biopsies collected during a four-year period used in the retrospective study: Jie Ying Wu, …
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  • Hispanic Studies

    The Department of Hispanic Studies at Brown University takes a distinctly Trans- Atlantic, interdisciplinary approach to the literatures and cultures of Spain and Latin America. We have a dynamic, internationally recognized faculty whose teaching and research cover a full range …
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  • History

    The Department of History is a community of scholars and students committed to the values and ethics of rigorous education in the humanities. The department trains students in the fundamentals of historical thinking and practice, skills and habits of mind …
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  • History of Art and Architecture

    The Department of the History of Art and Architecture at Brown University grants undergraduate degrees in the History of Art and Architecture, as well as in Architectural Studies. Graduate study in this department is geared toward earning a PhD in …
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  • Hurricane Katrina Archive

    Hurricanes Katrina and Rita are likely to have long-term effects on the cities and towns of the Gulf Coast . An interdisciplinary group of scholars, led by S4 Director John Logan, received support from NSF's Human and Social Dynamics program …

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  • I-Team UTRAs: Interdisciplinary Team Undergraduate Teaching and Research Awards

    In 2014, the Office of the Dean of the College started a new faculty-initiated Interdisciplinary Team UTRA (I-Team UTRA) that supports group projects of one or more faculty and two to six students. Students in selected teams will receive a …

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  • Ibis Mummy CT Imaging

    This project was the result of a collaboration between Egyptology researchers from the Joukowsky Institute at Brown University and medical imaging researchers at Rhode Island Hospital and seeks to utilize diagnostic imaging techniques to confirm the identity of an unprovenanced …

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  • Impacts of Sea Level Rise on Coastal Rhode Island Salt Marsh Migration

    This data archive contains the maps created for a senior geology-biology thesis to determine the impact of sea level rise on coastal Rhode Island salt marsh migration. The three sites chosen for the study, Barrington, Westerly, and Little Compton, were …
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  • Informatics and Implementation Science Learning Series (I2S2) Archive

    The Informatics and Implementation Science Learning Series (I2S2) covers the breadth of topics in effectively using data and technology to advance biomedical discovery and healthcare delivery. Each learning activity (seminar, journal club, workshop, or tutorial) will feature methods, applications, or …
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  • Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine

    The Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine project is compiling an internet-accessible database of published inscriptions from Israel/Palestine dated ca. 500 BCE to 614 CE. This timespan roughly corresponds to the Persian, Greek, and Roman periods. The database will make accessible the approximately …

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  • Institute at Brown for Environment & Society

    At the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society, we believe that the grandest challenge facing 21st century society is discovering how to achieve a prosperous, equitable, and sustainable world.

    We aim to promote and protect both sustainable human societies …

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  • International Relations

    The International Relations (IR) concentration is an undergraduate cross-disciplinary concentration that draws on courses from a variety of departments to offer a rigorous international and comparative perspective on the contemporary global system. Its mission is to foster creative thinking about …
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  • Italian Studies

    Italian Studies at Brown teaches language and literature to its students. Rather than merely confirming a fixed canon or predetermined field of study, however, the department guides student research toward problems that are cross-disciplinary in both content and method. To …
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  • James Bohman: An Oral History

    James Bohman, Professor Emeritus at St. Louis University, is a scholar of political and social philosophy, especially including theories of Deliberative Democracy. He studied with Jurgen Habermas. Dr. Bohman held the Danforth I Chair in the Humanities and was Professor …
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  • John Carter Brown Library

    The John Carter Brown Library is an independently administered and funded center for advanced research in history and the humanities, founded in 1846 and located at Brown University since 1901. Housed within the library's walls is an internationally renowned collection …
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  • Jon Nelson Dissertation Supplementary Materials

    This collection contains publicly available documents analyzed by Jon Nelson for his dissertation.

    Collection DOI: https://doi.org/10.26300/scqc-0494

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  • Joukowsky Institute Collection

    The Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World possesses a collection of more than 2,000 artifacts, ranging in date from the Neolithic to the modern day, and generally Mediterranean in origin. The collection encompasses a wide variety of items …
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  • Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World

    The Artemis A.W. and Martha Sharp Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World promotes the investigation, understanding, and enjoyment of the archaeology and art of the ancient Mediterranean, Egypt, and Western Asia. The Institute’s faculty and facilities provide a …
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  • Journals@BDR

    The Journals@BDR collection is a growing archive of academic journals published by Brown University. The project began in 2017 as a partnership between Brown University Library and the Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies (POBS). As a pilot, it received …
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  • Kane Lab Digital Archive and Data Repository

    The Kane lab in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Brown University is developing novel in vitro microtissue models as alternatives to vertebrate animal testing of environmental chemicals and emerging contaminants. These new in vitro toxicity testing platforms …
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  • Lee Lab Digital Research Archive

    Welcome to the Lee Lab Digital Research Archive. Lee Lab is a biomedical engineering research group in the School of Engineering and Carney Institute for Brain Science at Brown University. The lab focuses on the development of optical technologies for …
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  • Literary Arts

    For over 40 years, the Brown University Program in Literary Arts has been a creative and intellectual center for the U.S. literary avant-garde. Along with only a handful of other writing programs nationwide, Brown’s Program in Literary Arts provides a …
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  • MPH Applied Public Health Experience

    This collection highlights Master of Public Health students' Applied Public Health Practice Experience. Students in the applied public health practice field placement work with established public health professionals along side professionals from other fields to address contemporary real world public …
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  • Mathematics

    The Mathematics Department at Brown balances a lively interest in students and teaching with a distinguished research reputation. Our several strong research groups, Analysis, Algebraic Geometry, Geometry and Topology, and Number Theory, all have active weekly seminars that draw speakers …
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  • Medicine and Race: AMS Annotated Bibliography

    This annotated bibliography was created to serve as a resource for medical students, residents, and faculty interested in learning more about how race is used in medicine and how racism results in disparate health outcomes for racial and ethnic minorities. …

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  • Middle East Studies

    Housed in the Watson Institute and supported by the Dean of Faculty, Middle East Studies (MES) has, since 2012, grown from an undergraduate concentration into one of the top programs in the country. Eschewing the hothouse legacy structures of the …
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  • Minimal Information Checklist and Metadata Application Profile for Geocoded Historical Industrial Sites Extracted from City Directories and Manufacturing Registries

    The Minimal Information Checklist and Metadata Application Profile for Geocoded Historical Industrial Sites Extracted from City Directories and Manufacturing Registries were created for "Developing a Spatial Approach for Toxic Transferal from Industrial and Vacant Land Uses to Green Infrastructure (GI)" …
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  • Modern Culture and Media

    Modern Culture and Media is committed to the study of media in the context of the broader examination of modern cultural and social formations. Our curriculum proposes a distinctive subject matter, stresses comparative analysis and theoretical reflection, and highlights the …
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  • Music

    The Department of Music at Brown provides an ideal environment for such an education, with its integrated faculty of scholars, performers, composers/media artists, and theorists. Our diverse curriculum combines creative courses in composition, technology, and performance with speculative studies in …
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  • NeuroNex Technology Hub: Bioluminescence for Optimal Brain Control and Imaging

    Our NeuroNex Technology Hub is a collaboration between researchers at Brown University, Central Michigan University, and the Scintillon Institute. Using BioLuminescence and OptoGenetics (BL-OG), we aim to discover new ways to control and image the brain. In pursuit of this …

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  • Neuroscience

    The mission of the Department of Neuroscience is to do excellent teaching and research on the basic functions and diseases of the nervous system. Areas of interest include neural plasticity, information processing, and neuronal and synaptic functions, particularly as they …
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  • Office of the Dean of the College

    A Brown education is a catalyst for creativity and entrepreneurship. Students at Brown are free to imagine and create their own course of study, integrating their major areas of interest into a broader program of liberal learning. Working with a …
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  • Open Access Publications at Brown

    This collection contains scholarly publications authored and deposited by Brown University faculty in compliance with the Brown Faculty Open Access Policy

    Publications include open access articles, working papers and pre-prints, and final peer-reviewed author manuscripts made available by authors under …

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  • Open Educational Resources (OER) and Research Impacts

    This collection was created by Brown University's Engaged Scholarship and Broader Impacts Working Group (ESBI) to provide Brown University researchers with an online platform for preserving and publishing their open access STEM-related digital scholarship, Open Educational Resources (OERs), and Broader …

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  • Ostad Hatam Asgari Collection

    Series of videos of the Iranian musician Ostad Hatam Asgari (please note alternative transliteration and spellings Asghari and Askari) singing Persian songs and discussing Persian-language music. The items in the collection are Brown-access only and gifted by the artist for …
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  • Ottoman Records of Greater Syria: Islamic Court Registers, Advisory Council Records, and Private Family Papers

    This collection contains images of archival records from the Islamic Courts (Shari'a) of Nablus and Tripoli, the Advisory Council of Nablus (Majlis al-shura), and private family papers originating from Jabal Nablus and Greater Syria during the Ottoman period. This archive …
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  • PERSEUS / ATOMICS Digital Archive

    Welcome to the digital archive for the multi-phasic Push Electronic Relay for Smart Alarms for End User Situational Awareness (PERSEUS) program (citation: L. Kobayashi et al., "Development and Deployment of an Open, Modular, Near-Real-Time Patient Monitor Datastream Conduit Toolkit to …
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  • Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women

    Founded in 1981, the Pembroke Center was named to honor Pembroke College and the history of women’s efforts to gain access to higher education. The Center's research and teaching agenda focuses on theoretical questions about gender and difference. It is …
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  • Pembroke Record

    From 1922 to 1970, the Pembroke Record documented and commented upon life at Pembroke College in Brown University. Although the Pembroke Record ceased publishing decades ago, it has remained a valuable archival resource and an irreplaceable part of the history …
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  • Philosophy

    The Department of Philosophy has had a long distinguished history at Brown University, and some renowned philosophers have taught, and are teaching, here. The department's faculty offers expertise in all main areas of philosophy, including ethics and political philosophy, philosophy …
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  • Physics

    Physics, or “natural philosophy” as it was originally known, has been part of Brown’s curriculum since the 18th century, and our department has a distinguished history of teaching and research. Faculty members engage in research in astrophysics and cosmology, high …
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  • Political Science

    The Political Science Department at Brown is a dynamic community of scholars and students investigating some of the largest, most pressing challenges of political life today. Our faculty are at the leading edge of research in all the traditional subfields …
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  • Portuguese and Brazilian Studies

    The Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies has an international reputation for excellence in research and teaching on the Portuguese-speaking world — a vast geographical area encompassing eight different countries on four continents (Brazil, Portugal, Angola, Cape Verde, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, …
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  • Primary Care-Population Medicine Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (LIC) Community Partnerships

    Students in the LIC follow patients over the course of their third year, including newborns, geriatric patients, and pregnant women. Students serve as advocates and navigators for their patients throughout the year and attend physician visits, surgical procedures, and deliveries …
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  • Program in Judaic Studies

    The Program in Judaic Studies is dedicated to the study of Jewish history, literature, language, politics and religions. Offering an interdisciplinary undergraduate concentration, the program provides students with the opportunity to explore Jewish culture and civilization across the ages. Since …
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  • Program in Medieval Studies

    Brown University Program in Medieval Studies currently offers the concentration in Medieval Cultures and the track in Late Antique Cultures. Late Antique cultures deals with the third through the ninth centuries, when ancient cultural forms were still in place but …
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  • Program in Science, Technology, and Society

    The STS Program at Brown University brings together faculty and students who are interested in the construction, operation, and dissemination of scientific and technological knowledge. Our faculty come from Africana Studies, American Studies, Anthropology, the Division of Biology and Medicine, …
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  • Project Archive for "Making Meaning of Gendered Violence and the Law: Global Discourses and Local Realities in Bangladesh”

    This collection contains publicly-available research and broader impacts-related materials created by Esha Sraboni (Brown University, Sociology) for the Doctoral Dissertation Research (DDRI) project "Making Meaning of Gendered Violence and the Law: Global Discourses and Local Realities in Bangladesh” funded by …
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  • Prospect. An Anthology of Creative Nonfiction

    Prospect is a bi-annual anthology of nonfiction writing selected from work produced by students taking creative nonfiction and advanced nonfiction writing courses in the Nonfiction Writing Program at Brown University.

    Introductory courses in the Nonfiction Writing Program offer students a …

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  • Public Affairs and University Relations

    The Office of Public Affairs and University Relations (PAUR) serves members of the Brown community, news media, alumni, prospective students, parents and the general public.
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  • Public Health

    Brown’s School of Public Health is renowned for its collaborative culture, expertise in notable and increasingly important areas of health, and ability to translate research into high-impact policies and care initiatives. The school has 11 internationally renowned research centers and …
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  • Public Health Research Day

    Each spring Brown University's School of Public Health hosts Public Health Research Day. This event gathers together members of the public health community to present the latest research on how the public's health – both locally and abroad – is …
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  • Public Humanities

    The John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage’s innovative MA program, engaged research, and professional development workshops help students, practitioners and communities make the humanities meaningful and accessible.
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  • Public Policy

    The Undergraduate Public Policy Concentration is housed in Brown’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs. Like the Institute, the concentration is organized around the interdisciplinary and comparative study of human societies, but with a particular focus on the rules …
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  • Religious Studies

    The Department of Religious Studies at Brown University provides students with an understanding of diverse religious traditions, an exposure to a variety of approaches employed within the academic study of religion, as well as an opportunity to explore diverse intellectual, …
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  • Renaissance Woman: Nizar Qabbani's letters to Salma al-Haffar Kuzbari

    These are eighteen translations of correspondence written by the poet Nizar Qabbani to the Syrian writer Salma Haffar al-Kuzbari at various points over a four year span between 1962 and 1966, while he was serving as a Syrian diplomat in …
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  • Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RI DEM) Site Remediation Program Digital Library

    This collection contains digitized site investigation and remediation reports from the RI DEM collections through a partnership with Brown University's Superfund Research Program and University Library and includes documents associated with Federal CERCLIS program (“SFA” sites), sites notified under the …
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  • Rhode Island Hospital 3DLab and Emergency Medicine 3D Anatomic Holoimage Repository

    Creators: Scott Collins RT(R)(CT) , Derek Merck PhD, Owen Leary, and Leo Kobayashi MD

    3DLab, Department of Diagnostic Imaging, Rhode Island Hospital; Departments of Diagnostic Imaging and Emergency Medicine, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

    The RIH 3DLab EMH …

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  • SFHERE Project

    SFHERE (Social and Family History - Extraction, Representation, and Evaluation) is a multi-site project involving a transdisciplinary team of investigators from Brown University, University of Minnesota, and University of Vermont. The overall goal …

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  • Safe Blood for Africa Foundation Histortical Database

    This project is the product of a partnership with the NGO Safe Blood for Africa (SBFA) and Brown University as a component of research consisting of a social anthropological analysis of blood safety and sustainability. This searchable digital database contains …

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  • Scholarly Concentrations Program Collection of Abstracts

    Each spring the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University Scholarly Concentrations Program (SCP) publishes a print volume of abstracts written by medical students in the SCP and their mentors that describes the research projects that they collaborated on over …

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  • School of Professional Studies

    The School of Professional Studies advances Brown University’s commitment to executive education and its mission to develop reflective leaders, to create change in the world, and to improve human welfare. The School offers outstanding educational programs for …
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  • Selected Works of Ethel Barja Cuyutupa

    This collection contain digital copies of works by Ethel Barja Cuyutupa.
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  • Slavery, Memory and Orality in Northern Ghana Archive

    This archive was created by Emmanuel Saboro, Ph.D. as a participating scholar in Brown University’s International Advanced Research Institutes (BIARI) at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs. The aim of this collection is to preserve and publicly disseminate …
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  • Slavic Studies

    Our Department specializes in the cultures, literatures and languages of Russia, the Czech Republic and Poland. We are one of the oldest Slavic departments in the US (established in 1947, with a graduate program added in 1960). The department has …
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  • Small Object Photogrammetry Project

    This photogrammetry data collection was created by Jonathan A. Weiland (Ph.D. Classical Archaeology, Stanford University 2018). Dr. Weiland's research relies on traditional classics scholarship, bioarchaeology, and digital research methods, including photogrammetry, to investigate the darker aspects of the ancient world, …
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  • Sociology

    The research and teaching of Brown's Sociology Department is guided by the systematic and scientific investigation of human behavior and social life. Sociology connects. Sociology clarifies. Sociology empowers students to engage effectively with the world around them.
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  • Summer Research Symposium

    Each year, Brown University showcases the research of its undergraduates at the Summer Research Symposium. More than half of the student-researchers are UTRA recipients, while others receive funding from a variety of Brown-administered and national programs and fellowships and go …
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  • Talking Nets Archive: An Oral History of Neural Networks

    Starting in the early 1990s, Department of Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences (CLPS) Professor James A. Anderson (Brown University faculty from 1973-2020) and his colleague, Edward Rosenfeld, began conducting interviews with individual researchers who had contributed to establishing the field …
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  • The Brown Journal of World Affairs

    The Brown Journal of World Affairs is a semiannual journal of international relations and foreign policy produced at Brown University’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs. The Journal features original articles by and interviews with world leaders, policymakers, and …
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  • The Brown Leadership Institute

    The Brown Leadership Institute believes that young people are already making powerful contributions to their communities, and, through participation in this program, no matter your current level of engagement, you can increase your ability to advance social justice. To prepare …
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  • The Cribsiders Pediatric Medicine Podcast

    This is the digital archive of The Cribsiders Pediatric Podcast [http://www.thecribsiders.com/]. The Cribsiders team is a national network of students, residents and clinician educators from across the country and multiple institutions. On the show we “curbside” the experts to deconstruct …
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  • The Education Alliance at Brown University

    This collection holds materials from the Education Alliance at Brown University. The Education Alliance was a reform support organization committed to advancing equitable educational opportunities that prepare all student populations to succeed in the 21st century. From 1975-2021, the Alliance …
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  • The First Wave

    The Histories and the Archives of the LGBT+ Movements in Latin American in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s.
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  • The Labor Market Prospects of Undocumented Students Exiting Higher Education

    This digital collection is the result of PhD dissertation research that examines the effects of immigration and legal status on the labor market prospects of students existing higher education. Specifically, this project tests in a field and survey experimental framework …
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  • The Leadership Alliance Digital Library

    A collection of research presentations and posters created by students participating in the Leadership Alliance's Summer Research - Early Identification Program.

    When using this resource, please cite the digital object identifier (DOI) for the specific resource as well as the …

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  • The Rand Lab Data Archive

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    We are interested in understanding how natural selection acts on genes and genomes. One of our major focus is to study the mitochondrial genome and its interactions with the nuclear genome, and how this interaction influences animal performance, …

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  • The Rap Scholars Digital Archives

    The Rap Scholars is a podcast exploring contemporary rap music and culture through curated dialogue. Representing a new generation of rap criticism, hosts Nasir Marumo and Temar France use podcast as pedagogy. www.therapscholars.com

    Please use the DOI: 10.26300/zrq4-j076 when citing …

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  • The Swearer Center Digital Archive

    The Swearer Center connects students, faculty, and community partners through community engagement, engaged scholarship, and social innovation. This archive serves to preserve and disseminate the digital works produced by The Swearer Center and its student, faculty, and community partners. Other …
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  • The Whole World Was Watching: an oral history of 1968

    The Whole World Was Watching: an oral history of 1968 is a joint project between South Kingstown High School and Brown University's Scholarly Technology Group. The project was sponsored by the Rhode Island Committee for the Humanities and NetTech: the …
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  • Theatre Arts and Performance Studies

    The Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies (TAPS) is the intellectual and artistic center at Brown for faculty and students interested in the aesthetic, historical, literary, practical, and theorectical explorations of performance in gobal perspective - theatre, dance, speech, …
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  • Tracking Manuscript Versions of "Augmented Reality in Medical Education: A Systematic Review"

    This collection captures the authors' successive versions of the manuscript "Augmented Reality in Medical Education: A Systematic Review".
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  • Undergraduate Course-Based Research Poster Fair Collection

    In an initiative supported by HHMI and the Sheridan Center, Brown faculty developed or modified courses under the Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CURE) model. In a CURE course, students pursue a novel research project in the classroom setting. This collection …
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  • Urban Studies

    The Urban Studies Program teaches students to analyze the city, urban life, and urbanization through a variety of disciplinary lenses. Students learn where cities come from, how they grow, thrive, and decline, how they are organized, and how to construct …
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  • VC Inclusion Lab

    The Venture Capital Inclusion Lab uses a data-driven approach to educate the VC industry and policy makers on inclusion.
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  • Visual Arts

    The Brown Visual Art (VA) Department has an outstanding reputation for both the breadth and depth of our art instruction. Our faculty artists are nationally and internationally recognized, yet also intensely engaged in teaching. We continually produce successful artists. We …
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  • Warren Alpert Medical School Academic Symposium

    The Warren Alpert Medical School Academic Symposium is an annual event at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University that provides Year II medical students a venue to present their summer research in a poster format. Participation in the Symposium …
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  • Warren Alpert Medical School Scholarly Concentrations Program Gallery of Scholarly Work

    The Scholarly Concentrations Program is an elective program through which Alpert Medical School students may elect to pursue a course of study beyond that of the conventional medical education curriculum. Every student who participates in a concentration must submit a …
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  • What Did You Do In The War, Grandma?

    An Oral History of Rhode Island Women during World War II. Written by students in the Honors English Program at South Kingstown High School.
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  • Worldbuilding in Our World: Queer/Trans Oral Histories of Friends at the Table Fandom

    This archive contains the digital files of oral history interviews and their transcripts recorded by Finch Collins as part of his undergraduate thesis project Worldbuilding in Our World: Queer/Trans Oral Histories of Friends at the Table Fandom for the Department …

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  • Wrist Bone Anatomy and Carpal Kinematics Data Collection

    This collection consists of carpal bone anatomy and kinematics data sets from a large number of healthy subjects. CT volume images of both wrists from 30 healthy volunteers (15 males and 15 females) were acquired in multiple wrist positions throughout …

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  • Writing Vietnam

    The Brown University Department of English and Creative Writing Program hosted a conference on "Writing Vietnam" from April 21 to April 23, 1999. Nationally recognized writers of fiction, memoir, poetry, journalism, and biography read from and discussed their works based …
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  • Young Poets in Chicago

    This podcast is a product of PhD dissertation research consisting of linguistic anthropological research on the experiences of young poets in Chicago. It examines the ways that college students and other young adults come to see themselves as participants in …

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