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This panel takes as its starting point Zanele Muholi’s Faces and Phases, a series of photographs documenting the black lesbian, transgender, and queer community living in South Africa. Panel participants include Anna Arabindan-Kesson, Nijah Cunningham, Jacob Dlamini, and Eduardo Cadava.

The fellowship supports graduate students' final year of study at Princeton and is awarded to those whose work has exhibited the highest scholary excellence.

Graduate student Ezelle Sanford III writes about the desegregation of healthcare.

The laboratory as camera: experiment and the photographic archive of Victorian science

Read about the latest changes in the Department for academic year 2016-2017.

The Emerson Award honors scholarly studies that contribute significantly to interpretations of the intellectual and cultural condition of humanity.

Martha Sandweiss's Princeton and Slavery Project and Alison Isenberg's Trenton/Princeton Project have received support from the Princeton Histories Fund.

The work of Simeon Evstatiev, former Davis Center Fellow (2013-2014), has been featured in a documentary, Taking Charge of Faith: Salafism and the Balkans.

Kimberlé Crenshaw, Professor of Law at UCLA and Columbia Law School, will present the 2017 Annual Meredith Miller Memorial Lecture on March 2, 2017. 

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.

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks about the issue with Professor Michael Gordin.

Learn more about the most expensive forensic investigation in U.S. history and the controversial politics that surround it.

Ann Johnson (GS Class of 2000), professor of science and technology studies at Cornell, died Dec. 11, 2016 from a rare form of uterine cancer. A memorial will be held on April 29, 2017.

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."

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.

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