Mapping the Princeton Classroom

In summer 2018, Princeton faculty and alumni taught innovative courses overseas.



1, 2, Course: Plato in Paris

Professors: Benjamin Morison and Emily Hulme

Department: Philosophy

Location: Paris, France


3, Course: Princeton in Beijing

Professor: Chih-p’ing Chou

Department: East Asian Studies

Location: Beijing, China


4, 5, 6, Course: Princeton in Ishikawa

Professors: Shinji Sato, Yukari Tokumasuand Tomoko Shibata

Department: East Asian Studies

Location: Ishikawa, Japan 


7, Course: Princeton in Argentina

Professor: Christina Lee

Department: Spanish and Portuguese

Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina


8, 9, Course: Princeton in Portugal

Professors: Andréa de Castro Melloni and Nicola Cooney

Department: Spanish and Portuguese

Location: Lisbon, Portugal


10, 11, Course: Princeton in Spain

Professors: Alberto Bruzos Moro and Germán Labrador Méndez

Department: Spanish and Portuguese

Location: Toledo, Spain


12, 13, Course: Princeton in St. Petersburg

Professors: Ksana Blank and Mark Pettus

Department: Slavic Languages and Literatures

Location: St. Petersburg, Russia


14, 15, Course: Princeton in Aix-en-Provence

Professors: Christine Sagnier and Murielle Perrier

Department: French and Italian

Location: Aix-en-Provence, France


16, Course: Journalism in Greece

Professor: Joe Stephens

Department: Journalism 

Location: Athens, Greece


17, 18, Course: Princeton in Munich

Professors: Michael Jennings and Joel Lande

Department: German 

Location: Munich, Germany





19, Course: African Modernities: Culture, Politics and Citizenship

Professor: Simon Gikandi

Department: English

Location: Pamplemousses, Mauritius


20, Course: Athens Now: Culture and Politics in the Urban Space

Professor: Efthymia Rentzou

Department: French and Italian 

Location: Athens, Greece


21, Course: Contemporary Chinese Society 

Professor: Yu Xie

Department: Sociology 

Location: Beijing, China


22, Course: Indian Democracy in Motion

Professor: Pratap Bhanu Mehta

Department: PIIRS/Ashoka University

Location: Sonepat, Haryana, India


23, Course: Japan and Black America: A Long Road of Discovery

Professor: Imani Perry 

Department: African American Studies 

Location: Kyoto, Japan


24, Course: The Global Ghetto

Professor: Mitchell Duneier

Department: Sociology

Location: Rome and Venice, Italy


25, Course: Vienna: Birthplace of Psychoanalysis, Modernism and World War I

Professor: Rubén Gallo

Department: Spanish and Portuguese 

Location: Vienna, Austria


26, Course: Ideology, Nationalism and Development: An Experiential Study in Tanzania’s (R)evolution from Colonialism to Socialism and Back to Capitalism

Professor: Mahiri Mwita

Department: PIIRS

Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania