The U.N. Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has concluded that the government of Iran has “no legal basis” for Xiyue Wang's arrest and detention and that his “deprivation of liberty is arbitrary.”
How Kevin Kruse Became History’s Attack Dog
On Twitter, he specializes in serialized posts, called threads, that lend historical context to breaking news or skewer a version of history spouted by right-wing agitators.
Princeton Renews Strategic Partnership with the University of Tokyo
Princeton University has signed a five-year renewal of its strategic partnership with the University of Tokyo to further support collaborative research and teaching and boost interdisciplinary scholarship.
Alumnus Awarded Marshall Scholarship for Graduate Study in the UK
Gocmen '17, who concentrated in History, will pursue an M.Sc. in economics at University College London (UCL), followed by a master’s in the history of political thought and intellectual history, jointly administered by UCL and Queen Mary University of London.
History Concentrator Kate Reed Wins Rhodes Scholarship
She is one of three Princeton seniors who have been awarded Rhodes Scholarships for graduate study at the University of Oxford.
The documents are from Sakuramotobō, a famous temple in Yoshino, Nara prefecture, and were written as early as 1308.
Professor Stephen Kotkin has won the 17th annual Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Arthur Ross Book Award for “Stalin: Waiting for Hitler, 1929–1941,” the second volume of a definitive biography of Joseph Stalin.
Professors Joshua Guild and Stephen Kotkin, along with other professors, talked with Princeton Alumni Weekly about WWI's enduring impact.
In two separate interviews, she speaks about her research with News at Princeton and with Jorge Ramos (Al Punto).