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99% Invisible, a much acclaimed podcast about design, features Emily Thompson and her work on the history of sound, space, and architectural acoustics.

Conference evaluates the Obama presidency and looks to the future.

The Association is the major international body responsible for the development and promotion of the field.

Modern American History (MAH) will focus on research on the history of the United States since the late nineteenth century.

The deadlines are Dec. 1st for History and Dec. 15th for History of Science.

The National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI) has nominated and approved Julian E. Zelizer as a new member.

Nancy Malkiel talks about her new book "Keep the Damned Women Out": The Struggle for Coeducation.

Karp answers questions about his book and how Southerners viewed their 19th-century world.

October 21, 2016
Zimmerli Art Museum

Suman Seth, Cornell University
4:30pm
Tuesday, October 11th
211 Dickinson Hall

Meet Sa'di the Comedian
Dr. Fatemeh Keshavarz
Oct. 11, 2016
12:00-1:30pm

In this course, students will produce films that focus on the death of a man killed in the ’68 Trenton Riots.

In The Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog, Robert A. Karl provides the historical context of the Colombian peace accord.

We are pleased to announce the Davis Center Fellows for Fall 2016 under the topic of Risk and Fortune.

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.