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Senior Thomas Clark, who won first place in the A Window on Eurasia category, said of his photograph, “Hospice”: “Rajnal, originally from Pakistan, volunteers at a state-run hospice in Vladivostok, [Russia]. His jobs include feeding the residents and speaking with them. Here, he speaks to Lyubov, an 80-year-old native of Vladivostok. She has never married and has no children, so she rarely has visitors.” Photo byMark Czajkowski

Monday February 12

Each February, the International Eye Photo Contest provides an opportunity for students who have studied, worked, researched or serviced abroad to share their memories and experiences.
Several Princeton University departments and programs and over 30 Princeton-area nonprofit organizations will investigate the theme of “Migrations” from February through May.

Friday February 02

Several Princeton University departments and programs and over 30 Princeton-area nonprofit organizations will investigate the theme of “Migrations” from February through May.
This year, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies will launch four new Global Seminars — including “Japan and Black America: A Long Road of Discovery” in Kyotonabe, Japan, with Imani Perry, the Hughes-Rogers Professor of African American Studies.

Thursday January 25

This year, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies will launch four new Global Seminars — including “Japan and Black America: A Long Road of Discovery” in Kyotonabe, Japan, with Imani Perry, the Hughes-Rogers Professor of African American Studies.
This year, PIIRS will launch four new Global Seminars, including “Athens Now: Culture and Politics in the Urban Space” with Effie Rentzou, an associate professor of French.

Thursday January 18

This year, PIIRS will launch four new Global Seminars, including “Athens Now: Culture and Politics in the Urban Space” with Effie Rentzou, an associate professor of French.
This year, PIIRS will launch four new Global Seminars — including “African Modernities: Culture, Politics and Citizenship” in Pamplemousses, Mauritius, with Simon Gikandi, the Robert Schirmer Professor of English.

Wednesday January 10

This year, PIIRS will launch four new Global Seminars — including “African Modernities: Culture, Politics and Citizenship” in Pamplemousses, Mauritius, with Simon Gikandi, the Robert Schirmer Professor of English.
The Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS), in conjunction with the Office of International Programs, the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs and Operations and the Council for International Teaching and Research, launched the 2017 edition of Princeton University’s international magazine, “Princeton International.”

Tuesday January 02

The Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS), in conjunction with the Office of International Programs, the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs and Operations and the Council for International Teaching and Research, launched the 2017 edition of Princeton University’s international magazine, “Princeton International.”
This year, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) will launch four new Global Seminars — including the Swani Family Global Seminar in India, “Indian Democracy in Motion,” with Pratap Bhanu Mehta, the vice-chancellor of Ashoka University in Sonipat, India, just outside the Delhi metropolitan area.

Tuesday January 02

This year, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) will launch four new Global Seminars — including the Swani Family Global Seminar in India, “Indian Democracy in Motion,” with Pratap Bhanu Mehta, the vice-chancellor of Ashoka University in Sonipat, India, just outside the Delhi metropolitan area.
Princeton senior Shruthi Rajasekar has been named a 2018 Marshall Scholar. Photo by David Nie, Class of 2019

Tuesday December 19

Princeton senior Shruthi Rajasekar has been named a 2018 Marshall Scholar.
Michael Moore has been named as Princeton University’s Translator in Residence for the spring 2018 semester by the Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication (PTIC).

Thursday December 14

Michael Moore, a translator and interpreter from Italian, has been named as Princeton University’s Translator in Residence for the spring 2018 semester by the Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication (PTIC).
David Bellos  has won the American Library in Paris Book award for “The Novel of the Century: The Extraordinary Adventures of Les Misérables.”

Wednesday December 06

David Bellos, the Meredith Howland Pyne Professor of French Literature, a professor of French and comparative literature, and director of the Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication at Princeton University, has won the American Library in Paris Book award for “The Novel of the Century: The Extraordinary Adventures of Les Misérables.”