Events Calendar

Alexander Library
2/24/2010 am11:30 am

Network analysis is one of the most popular approaches in the digital humanities because it allows us to model relations—between individuals, texts, locations, and more. In this workshop, participants will be introduced to the central concepts of...

Spring digital humanities workshops
Alexander Library
2/24/202:45 pm4:15 pm

This workshop delves into a wider variety of basic supervised learning methods for both classification and regression (Linear Regression, Logistic Regression, Naive Bayes, k-nearest neighbor). In the last part, we will discuss unsupervised...

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RWJ University Hospital, New Brunswick, NJ Large Dining Room (2nd Floor, across from the cafeteria – Parking available in Plum S
2/24/206 pm7:30 pm

Babs Siperstein Humanities & Medicine Seminar.

Panel with 2 presentations:

1. Hurdles young transgender individuals and their families face during the affirmation process

Dr. Ian...

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Robeson Library
2/5/203/15/20

Mary Church Terrell: Founder and Icon is on display at Paul Robeson Library now through March 15, 2020.

Mary Church Terrell was a pioneering figure in the intersectional movements for suffrage and civil rights. Born in Memphis,...

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The Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities is pleased to announce the two-person exhibition, Gendering Protest: Deborah Castillo and Érika Ordosgoitti, which features the work of exiled Venezuelan artists whose art responds to the...

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