A faculty task force has proposed a makeover of American studies that would transform the University’s oldest certificate program into the Collaborative Center for the Study of America.
Henry Shapiro Wins Jacobus Fellowship, Top Graduate Student Honor
The fellowship supports graduate students' final year of study at Princeton and is awarded to those whose work has exhibited the highest scholary excellence.
2016 Departmental Newsletter
Read about the latest changes in the Department this year.
University Projects Will Explore 'Overlooked' Topics in Princeton's History
Martha Sandweiss's Princeton and Slavery Project and Alison Isenberg's Trenton/Princeton Project have received support from the Princeton Histories Fund.
Jay Aronson Presents: "Who Owns the Dead? : The Science and Politics of Death at Ground Zero" on Wednesday, March 8 at 4:30 p.m. in McCormick Hall, Room 101
Learn more about the most expensive forensic investigation in U.S. history and the controversial politics that surround it.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks about the issue with Professor Michael Gordin.
Wendy Warren discusses the development of her book about slavery in New England.
"The Euro and the Battle of Ideas" examines the challenges with the Euro and looks to the future of Europe.
Professor of History, Emeritus, Nancy Weiss Malkiel discusses her new book, "'Keep the Damned Women Out': The Struggle for Coeducation."