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Philip Nord will speak about his book France's New Deal (now in translation) at the nineteenth annual book fair in Blois, France.

Anson Rabinbach reviews the new annotated edition of Mein Kampf in the Times Literary Supplement.

History professor emeritus Arno Mayer speaks about working as a "morale officer" in a U.S. camp with Nazi prisoners.

Now available, Dangerous Neighbors, shows how the Haitian Revolution permeated early American print culture and had a profound impact on the young nation's domestic politics.

A symposium focusing on Enzo Traverso's book, Fire and Blood: The European Civil War 1914-1945. Symposium participants include: Phillip Nord, Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Anson Rabinbach, and Enzo Traverso.

The award provides research funding to support Princeton graduate students in research from a wide range of disciplines, including climate science, biology, engineering, and environmental policy.

On Thursday, September 1 at 8 PM, Emily Thompson will appear as part of the comedy review “Serious Matters” at Union Hall in Brooklyn.

Alec Dun talks about the ways the meaning of the American Revolution has always been contested, from the years immediately following military success in the 18th century up to and including the Civil War, and into the present day.

In this TEDx talk, Julian Zelizer examines how we can reform the election system.

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) awarded a 2016–17 AAUW American Fellowship to Dr. Keisha N. Blain. She earned her Ph.D. in History from Princeton in 2014 and is an assistant professor of history at the University of Iowa.

People often vote based on who’s already in the White House. But sometimes, it’s more complicated than that.

Linda Colley discusses a transatlantic career studying global history, British angst, and why constitutions matter.

American slavery predates the founding of the United States. Wendy Warren, author of New England Bound, explains her research with WHYY's Terry Gross.

Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union?

Princeton University's newest advanced-degree recipients and their supporters gathered Monday, May 30, in Jadwin Gymnasium.

Looking for an exciting History course? Explore a range of courses from ancient to modern times, world history to history of science.

Jan Gross’ views on Polish violence against Jews spark another controversy.

Kellen Funk, a fifth-year Ph.D. student in history, is focusing on how the legal developments in the mid-19th-century led to reforms in American law and legal practice.

The award recognizes those who have demonstrated a strong commitment to the undergraduate experience through dedicated efforts in student organizations, athletics, community service, religious life, residential life and the arts.