The deadline for receipt of applications and letters of recommendation for fellowships for 2024–25 is December 1, 2023, 11:59 p.m. ET.
Her book, The Great Power of Small Nations: Indigenous Diplomacy in the Gulf South, examines the formation of Native American nations in the Lower Mississippi Valley.
The Prize Committee called his dissertation "a capacious and original study that excavates how the categories of the sacred and the profane were constructed – how sacrilege was understood and, even more importantly, the role that it played in the formation of the sacred."
Yair Mintzker, professor of history, has been named head of Yeh College, Princeton’s seventh residential college. He will begin his term on July 1, 2023.
Congratulations to all members of the History Undergraduate Class of 2023.
Congratulations to Olivier Burtin *17, Haris Durrani, Blake Grindon, and Hannah Stamler.
New books out and forthcoming by Peter Brown, Janet Chen, Philip Nord, Ekaterina Pravilova, and Natasha Wheatley.
Lozano was one of four Princeton University faculty members who received President’s Awards for Distinguished Teaching at Commencement ceremonies Tuesday, May 30.
The prize is awarded every two years to the best book in the history of science that is accessible to a wide audience.
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.
‘In short, it’s complicated. Witherspoon is complicated,’ said Rev. Gordon Mikoski.
Their edited collection “Myth America: Historians Take On the Biggest Legends and Lies About Our Past” was published in January 2023 by Basic Books.
During the yearlong program, Old Dominion Research Professors engage the campus community in discussion about their research through lectures or workshops and contribute to cross-disciplinary programs and events within the Council.
A reporter for The Washington Post, Kitchener was awarded the Pulitzer for her work on the abortion landscape following the fall of Roe v. Wade.
The Labouisse Prize enables graduating seniors to pursue international civic engagement projects for one year following graduation.
The grants will support an event series, a graduate workshop at a UNESCO World Heritage site, and a graduate seminar in Rome.
The fellowship allows him to spend a month conducting research at the Gilder Lehrman Collection repository and other archives in New York City.
New books out and forthcoming by Laura Edwards, Anthony Grafton, and Harold James.
Commencement for the Class of 2023 will take place at Princeton Stadium on Tuesday, May 30. Duval will give the salutatorian address in Latin.
She is among the nearly 270 leaders in academia, the arts, business, government and public affairs elected this year in their respective fields.