The prize is offered for the best first or second book on any subject pertaining to the history of the United States.
Working in Conflict
Princeton students, faculty and staff respond to the global refugee crisis by teaching and facilitating a free online course on global history at Camp Azraq, a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan.
The Princeton & Slavery Project
The Princeton & Slavery Project, a scholarly investigation of the University’s involvement with the institution of slavery, launched its website and hosted a scholarly symposium in November 2017.
When history professor Julian Zelizer and neuroscientist Sam Wang started the podcast Politics and Polls prior to the 2016 presidential election, they never dreamed it would still be going a year later.
The Academy Lectures is a series of open lectures that covers the most exciting fields of science in which the Academy is active.
A one-hour historical documentary featuring Nell Irvin Painter tells the story of the construction of race, and racism.
The whole truth and nothing but the truth? In varied works, Princeton historians examine how societies across time and context have debated, negotiated, and arrived at, authoritative truths — in law, media, science, religion, and politics.