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2017-2018

Matthew Karp discusses his book, This Vast Southern Empire: Slaveholders at the Helm of American Foreign Policy.

October 18
4:30pm
219 Aaron Burr

Keith Wailoo, an expert on pain and author of Pain: A Political History, explains how the opioid epidemic is linked to the rise in the numbers of people suffering from chronic pain.

The successful candidate will work on some aspect of how the social construction and lived experience of difference intersect with legal, illegal, quasi-legal, and extra-legal forms of social order.

Applications received by January 2, 2018 will receive full consideration.

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

Fara Dabhoiwala explores the origins of freedom of speech, with extracts from key flashpoints in the past, in a 3-part BBC radio series.

Liberals dominate the faculties at most universities. But conservatives control the true centers of power.

Xiyue Wang is a Princeton graduate student in History. He was detained in Iran in August 2016 and sentenced to ten years in imprisonment in April 2017.

The deadlines are Dec. 1st for History and Dec. 15th for History of Science.

Saturday, September 23, 2017

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