Recent News

Jennifer Johnson publishes "The Battle for Algeria"

Jennifer Johnson, a 2010 graduate of the Ph.D. program in History, publishes book.

CCH Events

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Professor of History Ekaterina Pravilova Lauded for Her New Book

Her new book, A Public Empire: Property and the Quest for the Common Good in Imperial Russia, has been recognized with many accolades, including three very prestigious book prizes.

Upcoming HOS Seminar

12/14: Felix Ohnmacht - Bohemian Rhapsodies: Basel's Epistemic Landscapes in the Century of the Scientific Revolution

Upcoming Event: American Political History Seminar

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

Upcoming Event: Modern America Workshop

12/8: Professor Seth Rockman - Innovation, Alienation, and the Russet Brogan: Plantation Provisioning and New England's Industrial Revolution

Upcoming Event: The Eighteenth Century Seminar

12/8: “Execution Narratives and the Problem of Conversion in German Pietism”

Sahner wins MESA Kerr Dissertation Award in the Humanities

Christian Sahner has been awarded the Malcolm H. Kerr Dissertation Award in the Humanities.

History: America the Profligate

Why we save so little, spend so much, and borrow like crazy

History Seniors Win Marshall Scholarship

History seniors Audrey Berdahl-Baldwin and Ryan Low have been named 2016 Marshall Scholars.

History Senior Azza Cohen Named 2017 George J. Mitchell Scholar

Princeton University senior Azza Cohen has been named a George J. Mitchell Scholar to study culture and colonialism at the National University of Ireland (NUI) Galway.

Hepler-Smith Wins HSS Reingold Prize

Evan Hepler-Smith, a doctoral candidate in the Princeton University Program in History of Science, has been awarded the Nathan Reingold Prize by the History of Science Society.

CCH Newsletter: 11/20/15

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Zelizer Discusses "America at the Ballot Box: Elections and Political History"

Elections are the lifeblood of American democracy, offering insight into the character and historical evolution of American politics. A new book co-edited by Wilson School Professor Julian Zelizer uses the history of presidential elections to highlight American political democracy and its development over the centuries…

CCH Newsletter: 11/13/15

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CCH Newsletter: 11/06/15

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Conference: The Postcolonial Moment

November 13-14, 2015
211 Dickinson Hall

Deadline to Apply to the Graduate Program in History

December 15th is the deadline to apply to Princeton's graduate program in History of Science.