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Partnership and perspective: a cross-atlantic dialogue on understanding uprising

Students and faculty recently took advantage of the current virtual learning environment to host a transatlantic meeting of minds on the history being made at this very moment and how to move forward. 
Tuesday, February 16, 2021

By Sabrina Fay ’22, Student Correspondent

Students and faculty recently took advantage of the current virtual learning environment to host a transatlantic meeting of minds on the history being made at this very moment and how to move forward. 

The Wintersession event, on January 28, featured a panel-style discussion between students from Belarus and Princeton University moderated by John Borneman, professor of anthropology, director of the Program in Contemporary European Politics and Society, and acting director of the Program in Ethnographic Studies. Each student was introduced before giving a short presentation on their own experiences as they relate to their individual social and cultural contexts with the idea of “uprising,” before taking questions from the audience. 

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