- Monday, Jun 14, 2021Allison Carruth discusses how storytelling is vital to connecting society with global environmental issues and action.
- Monday, Jun 14, 2021This spring, 80 students from more than 30 countries focused a historical and critical lens on contemporary novels, film, art and music.
- Monday, Mar 22, 2021Current events often find their way into academic studies, but rarely with such urgency and immediacy as with COVID-19.
- Tuesday, Jan 5, 2021Her work reveals that racialized theories persisted among influential white psychiatrists well into the 20th century.
- Monday, Dec 21, 2020The grants support research and writing of current book projects.
- Monday, Apr 15, 2019
“Indigenous/Settler,” a conference held April 4-6 at Princeton, brought together Indigenous scholars and activists with Princeton students and faculty to examine methods for thinking across geographies and building alliances.
- Friday, Feb 8, 2019
The Feb. 15 symposium “Japanese/America: Transpacific and Hemispheric” at Princeton will explore the participation of people of Japanese descent in the societies and politics of the Pacific Rim and the Americas.
The program — which is free and open to the public — includes lectures, discussions and a musical performance. It will be held in Chancellor Green Rotunda. Online registration is encouraged.
- Thursday, Dec 20, 2018
On Jan. 3, 1777, British and American forces fought a critical battle of the Revolutionary War on and around the Princeton University campus. This semester, 18 students in the course “Battle Lab: The Battle of Princeton” are using hands-on fieldwork to explore how the battle may have unfolded.
- Friday, Apr 10, 2020Dweck sits on Program in American Studies executive committee; Li presented in the 2019-20 Asian American Studies Lecture Series.
- Wednesday, Mar 4, 2020This fall semester, Princeton undergraduates in the team-taught course gained hands-on experience in archival research.