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The 2023 Princeton International magazine is dedicated to unpacking the worldwide trend away from democracy and toward authoritarianism. Across the University, at home and abroad, Princeton scholars and students are tackling this pressing issue from a multitude of angles.
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Event · Asia

PIIRS, Princeton community celebrate Global Japan Lab

On Thursday, Feb. 16, the Global Japan Lab (GJL) invited the Princeton University community to learn more about its multidisciplinary research, teaching and training initiatives on contemporary Japan, in the atrium of the Frick Chemistry Laboratory.

Event · Latin America / Caribbean

Seminario Rita Segato

This seminar on Rita Segato will explore the transdisciplinary and pioneering work of one of the most important figures of the Latin American critical scene. The four-course meetings will be led by students, professors, and other members of our university community who are interested...

Event · Europe

March 18: From Triumphalism to Desperation - the Fall of Ulster Unionism

The Fund for Irish Studies returns to in-person event with the lecture “From Triumphalism to Desperation - the Fall of Ulster Unionism” by journalist Susan McKay in which she discusses her new book, Northern Protestants - On Shifting Ground. McKay shares that in 2021 unionists in Ireland...

Event · Europe

Networks in Transition: Monetary Exchange from Antiquity to the Middle Ages

This conference will bring together an international group of scholars who have worked on Princeton’s FLAME project, as well as leading scholars on the late antique and early medieval economy worldwide (4th-8th centuries CE). Over three days, speakers will present new findings centered on the...