Graduate News

Graduate Student Julian Chehirian Will Exhibit at Venice Biennale
April 18, 2024

His multimedia installation, ”Neighbours: Forms of Trauma (1945-1989),” will take visitors inside a chapter of Bulgarian history that has been largely absent from textbooks, museums and public debate — the forced labor and political violence in the Bulgarian gulag under Communist rule from post-WWII through the late 1980s before the fall of the Soviet Union.

Laura Nelson Honored with Teaching Award
April 11, 2024

On April 17, the Graduate School will host a Tribute to Teaching Reception, hosted by Rodney D. Priestly, dean of the Graduate School.

Recent Accomplishments from Graduate Students and Alumni – April 2024
April 4, 2024

Jonathan Victor Baldoza and Sean Silvia published articles, and Alice Hong received a fellowship. Jennifer Dominique Jones *14 received honorable mention for the Rawley Prize for her book.

Recent Accomplishments from Graduate Students – March 2024
March 19, 2024

A. Brad Schwartz published an article, and Maia Silber received a fellowship.

Geneva Smith Awarded Princeton's Top Graduate Student Honor
Feb. 23, 2024

Geneva Smith is one of four named to the Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellowship, Princeton University’s top honor for graduate students.

 

Recent Accomplishments from Graduate Students and Alumni – January 2024
Jan. 25, 2024

Julian Chehirian was selected to represent Bulgaria at the Venice Bienniel, and Jaime Sánchez, Jr.*22 accepted a position as a tenure-track Assistant Professor at Berkeley.

Recent Accomplishments from Our Graduate Students and Alumni – December 2023
Nov. 30, 2023

Congratulations to Joseph Bishop, Emily Chesley, José Edwin Argueta Funes *23, Caitlin Harvey *21, and Isabela Morales *19.

Recent Accomplishments from Our Graduate Students – November 2023
Nov. 6, 2023

Congratulations to Meher Ali and Emily Chesley.

Recent Accomplishments from Our Graduate Students – October 2023
Oct. 6, 2023

Congratulations to Siobhan Barco, Joseph Bishop, Haris Durrani, Bennett Nagtegaal, and Joseph Puchner.

Alum Victoria Lee Wins ICAS Book Prize for Best Book in the Humanities
Sept. 27, 2023

The prize is awarded to outstanding publications in the field of Asian Studies.

Recent Accomplishments from Our Graduate Students and Alumni – August and September 2023
Aug. 21, 2023

Congratulations to Nick Barone, Emily Chesley, Adhitya Dhanapal, Anin Luo, R. Isabela Morales, Tomer Nisimov, Jeremy R. Schneider, Hannah Stamler, and Robert Yee.

Recent Accomplishments from Our Graduate Students and Alumni – July 2023
July 19, 2023

Congratulations to Siobhan Barco, Anin Luo, and R. Isabela Morales *19.

Recent Accomplishments from Our Graduate Students and Alumni – June 2023
June 7, 2023

Congratulations to Olivier Burtin *17, Haris Durrani, Blake Grindon, and Hannah Stamler.

Recent Accomplishments from Our Graduate Students – May 2023
May 18, 2023

News about talks, fellowships, internships, and awards from graduate students Meher Ali, Emily R. Chesley, Zheng Guan, Hasan Hameed, Anastasiia Lystsova, Michael Mandelkorn, Jiya Pandya, Maia Silber, Liya Xie, and Robert Yee.

Recent Accomplishments from Our Graduate Students and Alumni – April 2023
April 20, 2023

News from our graduate students and alumni about fellowships, grants, dissertation prizes, and awards: Nicholas Barone, Emily R. Chesley, Hasan Hameed, Liane Hewitt, Ben Lindquist, Will Theiss, Julian Weideman, and Robert Yee.

Recent Accomplishments from Our Graduate Students and Alumni – March 2023
March 22, 2023

News from our graduate students and alumni about fellowships, grants, dissertation prizes, and awards: Siobhan Barco, Kathryn Maxson Jones, Jonathan Victor Baldoza, Jonathan Catlin, David Robertson, Blake Grindon, and Anna Speyart.

Princeton on Ice: Documenting Climate Change at the Ends of the Earth
March 20, 2023

History of Science Ph.D. student Justine Holzman and her collaborators are documenting disappearing sea ice and icebergs in the Arctic.

Jamie Kreiner *11 Says Even Medieval Monks Got Distracted
March 20, 2023

Kreiner’s book and its applications to modern life have earned mainstream praise.

The Huntington Library Names R. Isabela Morales *19 Winner of 2023 Shapiro Book Prize
Feb. 14, 2023

The review committee for the prize described Happy Dreams of Liberty as “beautifully written and utterly engrossing” and “a work of prodigious research.”

Paris A. Spies-Gans *18 Is Pulling Women Artists into Mainstream Art History
Feb. 13, 2023

Graduate alumna Paris A. Spies-Gans examines the role of women in the history of art in her new book A Revolution on Canvas: The Rise of Women Artists in Britain and France 1760-1830.

Olivier Burtin *17 Has Published First Book "A Nation of Veterans: War, Citizenship, and the Welfare in Modern America"
Oct. 6, 2022

The book explores the role played by military veterans in the growth of social policy in the mid-twentieth century United States.

Graduate Student Shelby Sinclair Honored for Excellence in Teaching
May 20, 2022

The selection committee recognized a graduate student assistant in instruction (AI) from each of the four divisions with a special commendation for their outstanding abilities as teachers. Shelby Sinclair is recognized in the social sciences division.

Recent Accomplishments from Our Graduate Students and Alumni
April 28, 2022

Wonderful news from our graduate students and alumni, including fellowships, grants, job placements, journal articles, and published books.

Book Talk: "Happy Dreams of Liberty" with R. Isabela Morales *19 and Martha A. Sandweiss
April 28, 2022

Monday, May 9, 2022
7pm ET
Princeton Public Library
In-person and virtual

Qayyum Wins S.S. Pirzada Dissertation Prize in Pakistan Studies
Feb. 24, 2022

The prize is bestowed by the Institute for South Asia Studies at University of California - Berkeley and recognizes her dissertation "The Demographic State: Population, Global Biopolitics, and Decolonization in South Asia, c. 1947-71."

Spencer Weinreich Awarded Jacobus Fellowship
Feb. 16, 2022

The fellowships support the students’ final year of study at Princeton and are awarded to one Ph.D. student in each of the four divisions (humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and engineering) whose work has exhibited the highest scholarly excellence.

Benjamin Bernard Receives Honorable Mention for Gregory Sprague Prize
Jan. 12, 2022

The Gregory Sprague Prize (American Historical Association) recognizes an outstanding published or unpublished paper, article, book chapter, or dissertation chapter on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, transsexual, and/or queer history completed in English by a graduate student in 2020 or 2021.

Ana Sekulic *20 Wins Malcolm H. Kerr Dissertation Prize
Dec. 13, 2021

Her dissertation, "Conversion of the Landscape: Environment and Religious Politics in an Early Modern Ottoman Town," was praised for its "imaginative and sophisticated exploration of Muslim-Christian interactions in the early modern Ottoman Balkans."

New Book Out from Professor William Chester Jordan and Dr. Randall Todd Pippenger *18
Nov. 4, 2021

Tales of a Minstrel of Reims in the Thirteenth Century

Introduced by William Chester Jordan
Annotated by Randall Todd Pippenger
Translated from Old French by Samuel N. Rosenberg