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Speaker: David Armitage, Harvard University

Date: September 16, 2015
Time: 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: 211 Dickinson Hall

2/25: Ari Kelman - From Manassas to Minnesota: How the Civil War Bled into the Indian Wars

Thursday, September 24 4:30-6:30 pm Dickinson Courtyard

Check out this course if you're interested in understanding the causes, consequences, and meaning of American independence.

Students discuss what drew them to study history and what paths they plan to pursue after Princeton.

The first course historian Stephen Kotkin taught as a member of Princeton's faculty, "Seminar in the History of Soviet Russia," met for the first time 26 years ago, on Thursday, Sept. 21, 1989.


How 'One Nation' Didn't Become 'Under God' Until The '50s Religious Revival

Evan Hepler-Smith, a doctoral student in Princeton's Program in History of Science, is examining the history and impact of the International Commission on Chemical Nomenclature, which established the framework for naming chemical compounds.

The intersection of religion and politics has touched many issues from the early twentieth century to present. From divorce to civil rights to domestic policy, this connection has have played a significant role in shaping American political development across decades.