We are pleased to announce the Davis Center Fellows for 2017-2018 under the topic of Risk and Fortune.

Class of 2015 history concentrator Brett Diehl has been named a Knight-Hennessy Scholar to pursue graduate studies at Stanford University.

As a PIIRS Undergraduate Fellow, she visited Lisbon, in Portugal, and Rio de Janeiro and Salvador da Bahia, in Brazil, to learn more about the Portuguese influence on Brazilian religious objects.

Organized by Erika Milam (Princeton University) and Suman Seth (Cornell University)

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.

Ten students, including one history concentrator, Mikaela Gerwin, have been selected.

Ph.D. candidate Merle Eisenberg (right) put teaching theories into practice in his interactive history class on Western civilization at Mercer County Community College this past fall.

The MOOC takes a look at the global history of capitalism.

The prize is offered for the best first or second book on any subject pertaining to the history of the United States.