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  • Only Theater

    An e-Global Seminar explores the ways in which storytelling helps navigate traumatic experiences.

  • On Top of the World

    Emily Geyman ’19 studies glaciers in Arctic Norway.

  • Summer in Seoul

    Jenny Na ’24 stays close to home while exploring the wide world of Korean media.

Symposium Explores Issue Of Language Justice

PIIRS Migration Lab convenes for closing conference.

Class Snapshot: Introduction to American Popular Culture

International students from more than 30 countries learn about U.S. culture in a unique spring 2020 hybrid course.

Partner Up

A conversation between Hiroaki Aihara and James Raymo on the Princeton-University of Tokyo strategic partnership

Queer Politics at Princeton

Webinar series highlights international LGBTQ research and scholarship.

Lost in Translation

A course teaches the fundamentals of machine learning, computer science and linguistics.

On Top of the World

Emily Geyman ’19 studies glaciers in Arctic Norway.

Only Theater Can Make Sense of It

An e-Global Seminar explores the ways in which storytelling helps navigate traumatic experiences.

Summer in Seoul

Jenny Na ’24 stays close to home while exploring the wide world of Korean media.

In My Own Words

Katherine Clifton ’15 reflects on her past international experiences and the power of oral history interviews.

Letter From the Deputy Director

A message from David Jarvis, the deputy director of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies.

Fung Global Fellows to focus on ‘Sustainable Futures’

Seven exceptional scholars from around the world began a year of research, writing and collaboration in September as the ninth cohort of Fung Global Fellows.

Trevor Noah: Travel teaches you that the way you think the world is, isn’t

Author, comedian and host of “The Daily Show” Trevor Noah shared how travel has shaped his perspective during a special Class Day conversation with Princeton students.