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Posted
August 17, 2022
Princeton Historical Review

The Princeton Historical Review (PHR) is a bi-annual publication of historical scholarship written by Princeton students. Completely student-run and edited, PHR showcases the best undergraduate academic work in history. PHR collaborates with faculty in the Department of History and related departments to identify exemplary papers. Students may also submit papers directly.

For more information about the publication or how to submit papers to PHR, please contact Editor-in-Chief Johanne Kjaersgaard '23 (johannek@princeton.edu).

The 2021-2022 Issue

2021-2022 issue of Princeton Historical ReviewLetter from the Editors
Maddie Winter and Johanne Kjaersgaard

"Our Common Father": The Image of George III in Colonial America
Juan José López Haddad

The Constitutionality of Minimum Wage: The Legal Battles of Elsie Parrish and Frances Perkins for a Fair Day's Pay
Margaret Murphy

Finding Norman: The Many Selves of a Kindertransportee
Isaac Wills

The Saturated Jungle and The New York Times: Nature, Culture, and the Vietnam War
Dante Sudilovsky

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