- Center for Migration and Development
- PIIRS Migration Lab
- Program in American Studies
In the 21st century, humanity is facing challenges of its own creation. The Research Community on Global Systemic Risk identifies threats and opportunities in the globalized world and proposes heuristics with which to design and implement policy choices to deal with them.
Miguel Centeno is the Musgrave Professor of Sociology and executive vice-dean of the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. He has published many articles, chapters, and books. His latest publications are War and Society (Polity 2016), Global Capitalism (Polity 2010), States in the Developing World (Cambridge University Press, 2017) and State and Nation Making in the Iberian World (Vol I, Cambridge University Press 2013; Vol. II 2018). He is also finishing a new book project on the sociology of discipline. He is the founder of the Research Community on Global Systemic Risk funded by PIIRS from 2013. He has served as Head of First College, Founding Director of PIIRS, and Chair of the Sociology Department. In 2001, he founded the Princeton University Preparatory Program and in 2019-20, the Presidential Scholars Program.