American Political History Seminar

American Political HistoryThe American Political History seminar serves as a forum for scholars interested in American political history, broadly defined. Based in the Department of History, the seminar brings together faculty and graduate students from across campus for an exchange of ideas and an exploration of cutting-edge work in this resurgent field. The seminar offers Princeton graduate students a chance to meet with pre-eminent scholars working in American political history and discuss their works in progress. View past APH seminars in our events archive.


Upcoming Events:

American Political History Seminar - "Raising the 'Standard of Life' for All: American Feminism in Global Perspective"

"Raising the 'Standard of Life' for All: American Feminism in Global Perspective"

Dorothy Sue Cobble, Rutgers University


There is a pre-circulated, password-protected paper for this seminar. To receive the password for this paper, please contact Jennifer Loessy at jloessy@princeton.edu.

American Political History Seminar - "Both Sides Now: Cesar Chavez, Eli Black, and the Business of Labor"

Matthew Garcia, Arizona State University

Both Sides Now: Cesar Chavez, Eli Black, and the Business of Labor 


There is a pre-circulated, password-protected paper for this seminar. Please email Jennifer Loessy at jloessy@princeton.edu to receive the password. This event is open to the public, and all are invited to attend.

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