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Christina Lee (left), associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese; Ekaterina Pravilova, the Rosengarten Chair of Modern and Contemporary History and professor of history; and Wendy Warren, associate professor of history. Photos by Sameer A. Khan/Fotobuddy and Denise Applewhite, Office of Communications

Thursday January 13

A major international project based at Princeton to digitize a “lost archive” from an 18th-century convent and two faculty book projects have received research grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) in a round of grants to humanities projects nationwide announced on Jan. 11.
Neil Blackadder, Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication (PTIC) translator in residence for spring 2023, was named a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) literature fellow in translation. 

Thursday January 13

Neil Blackadder, Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication (PTIC) translator in residence for spring 2023, was named a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) literature fellow in translation. 
On Wednesday, Nov. 3, interpreter and translator Pascale Ledeur Kraus spoke to students enrolled in “Thinking Translation: Language Transfer and Cultural Communication,” which considers translation as it constructs everyday life in the contemporary world.

Monday January 03

On Wednesday, Nov. 3, interpreter and translator Pascale Ledeur Kraus spoke to students enrolled in “Thinking Translation: Language Transfer and Cultural Communication,” which considers translation as it constructs everyday life in the contemporary world.
On Monday, Dec. 13, Fiona Hill and Michael Reynolds convened for “There Is Nothing for You Here: Finding Opportunity in the Twenty-First Century,” a discussion of Hill’s new book of the same title.

Tuesday December 21

On Monday, Dec. 13, Fiona Hill and Michael Reynolds convened for “There Is Nothing for You Here: Finding Opportunity in the Twenty-First Century,” a discussion of Hill’s new book of the same title.
This fall, seven exceptional scholars from around the world began a year of research, writing and collaboration as the ninth cohort of Fung Global Fellows. Six scholars have engaged in their fellowship virtually; they are now scheduled to arrive in New Jersey in the spring. Since their appointment, all seven fellows — including one who has been on campus — have been publishing and speaking on "Sustainable Futures." Read, view and listen to some of their recent contributions:

Wednesday December 08

This fall, seven exceptional scholars from around the world began a year of research, writing and collaboration as the ninth cohort of Fung Global Fellows. Six scholars have engaged in their fellowship virtually; they are now scheduled to arrive in New Jersey in the spring. Since their appointment, all seven fellows — including one who has been on campus — have been publishing and speaking on "Sustainable Futures." Read, view and listen to some of their recent contributions:
Left: Amina Ahmad, Photo courtesy of Amina Ahmad; Right: Edric Huang, Photo by Crystal Cheung

Monday December 06

Three Princeton seniors and two alumni have been have been named Schwarzman Scholars for 2022. The Schwarzman Scholarship covers the cost of graduate study and living toward a one-year master’s program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
On Wednesday, Oct. 27, authors Andrei Kurkov and Olena Stiazhkina and activist Maria Genkin discussed Ukrainian literature pertaining to the Russo-Ukrainian War in a virtual event titled “Literature at War: Writers on Russian-Ukrainian Conflict.”

Tuesday November 30

On Wednesday, Oct. 27, authors Andrei Kurkov and Olena Stiazhkina and activist Maria Genkin discussed Ukrainian literature pertaining to the Russo-Ukrainian War in a virtual event titled “Literature at War: Writers on Russian-Ukrainian Conflict.”
On Saturday, Nov. 20, Princeton University’s Society of Russian Language and Culture (RUSYAK) led an excursion to Brighton Beach, New York. Brighton Beach is known for its high concentration of Russian-speakers and is well-known among the Russian-speaking diaspora.

Monday November 22

On Saturday, Nov. 20, Princeton University’s Society of Russian Language and Culture (RUSYAK) led an excursion to Brighton Beach, New York. Brighton Beach is known for its high concentration of Russian-speakers and is well-known among the Russian-speaking diaspora.
The Program in Russian, Eastern European and Eurasian Studies (REEES) of Princeton University issued the following statement on November 15, 2021

Monday November 15

The Program in Russian, Eastern European and Eurasian Studies (REEES) of Princeton University issued the following statement on November 15, 2021.
Chika Okeke-Agulu, professor of art and archaeology and African American studies and director of the program in African Studies, spoke to to TRT World News about the return of 26 Benin Bronzes to Africa.

Monday November 15

Chika Okeke-Agulu, professor of art and archaeology and African American studies and director of the program in African Studies, spoke to to TRT World News about the return of 26 Benin Bronzes to Africa.