This conference will bring together scholars working on a broad range of involuntary migrations during the transformative period around 1800, in order to better understand the place of this period within the longer history of forced migration.
Barnes spoke to Princeton Alumni Weekly about the history of amateur blackface minstrel shows and how the vestiges of their popularity can still be felt in American culture.
April 26, 2019
010 East Pyne
The Honorary Degrees are presented to distinguished leaders of business, science, sport, academia, and the arts.
April 10, 2019
5:00 - 6:30pm
Jimmy Stewart Theater, 185 Nassau St.
Through the Ford Fellowship, Sánchez, a second-year Ph.D. student, hopes to become an advocate in the academy for first-generation students and students of color.
Kevin Kruse is one of many academics who are using Twitter to debunk ahistorical statements.
This special art exhibit, curated by Dana Lichtstrahl, showcases the work of local artist, Heather Stoddart Barros. The exhibit will be on display from March 15 - June 7, 2019 and is open to the public Monday-Friday, from 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The artwork exhibited is available for sale.
The fellowship supports recently tenured scholars.
Hua Qu, wife of graduate student Xiyue Wang, who is imprisoned in Iran, reflects on the daily struggles everyone in her family faces.
March 8-9, 2019
About 150 people gathered at Chancellor Green for a rally in support of Xiyue Wang, a Princeton graduate student in history who was detained in Iran in 2016 while doing dissertation research and is serving a 10-year sentence at Evin Prison in Tehran.
Keith A. Wailoo, who is currently writing a book about the history of the menthol cigarette, published a response to the Food and Drug Administration's proposed ban on menthol-flavored cigarettes in The New England Journal of Medicine.
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
A call-a-thon, rally, and candelight vigil are scheduled for the day.
The fellowships support their final year of study at Princeton and are awarded to one Ph.D. student in each of the four divisions (humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and engineering) whose work has exhibited the highest scholarly excellence.
Princeton University seniors Mikaela Gerwin, a concentrator in History, and Rachel Linfield, a concentrator in History of Science, have been awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarships.
Natasha Wheatley's article "Spectral Legal Personality in Interwar International Law: On New Ways of Not Being a State" won the 2018 Surrency Prize from the American Society for Legal History.
The story of the “attempt at a system of elements,” as Mendeleev titled his initial publication, has been laid out clearly by science historian Michael Gordin in a special issue of the journal Science.
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