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On Wednesday, September 29, Dmytro Shymkiv, former vice Chairman of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine and former CEO of Microsoft Ukraine, and Peter Pomerantsev, senior fellow at Johns Hopkins University and the author of “Nothing Is True and Everything Is Possible” and “This Is Not Propaganda,” Russian cyberwarfare and methods used to spread misinformation in Ukraine.

Thursday October 21

On Wednesday, September 29, Dmytro Shymkiv, former vice Chairman of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine and former CEO of Microsoft Ukraine, and Peter Pomerantsev, senior fellow at Johns Hopkins University and the author of “Nothing Is True and Everything Is Possible” and “This Is Not Propaganda,” Russian cyberwarfare and methods used to spread misinformation in Ukraine.

Tuesday October 12

Markus Brunnermeier, the Edwards S. Sanford Professor of Economics and director of the Bendheim Center for Finance, and Harold James, the Claude and Lore Kelly Professor in European Studies and professor of history and international affairs, discussed the outcome of the German federal election in an in-person forum, “The German Elections, 2021.”
Two details of illustrated manuscripts from the “Täˀammərä Maryam,” a compilation text of miracle stories written about the Virgin Mary in Ethiopia, Eritrea and Egypt, and preserved in Gəˁəz (classical Ethiopic) between 1300 and the present. Photos courtesy of Princeton University Library

Friday August 20

Wendy Belcher, professor of comparative literature and African American studies, has been awarded two major grants, totaling over $600,000, from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
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Monday August 09

Over 250 participants from 42 countries on six continents attended “Global Publishing and the Making of Literary Worlds: Translation, Media, and Mobility,” a virtual conference for early-career academics in the humanities and humanistic social sciences. The conference took place Friday, June 4 through Sunday, June 6.
Exterior of Louis A. Simpson International Building. Photo byNick Donnoli, Office of Communications

Wednesday July 28

Watch DW News' "COVID-19 Special: South Korea battles surging cases" and see incoming Fung Fellow June Park speak on vaccine procurement and pandemic governance. Park is currently the Salzburg Global Seminar-Korea Foundation fellow in the Finance and Governance Program, working on post-pandemic geoeconomics conflicts in data governance/technology.
The Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication (PTIC) has named Neil Blackadder, Sean Bye, Jeremy Tiang and Saskia Vogel as Princeton University’s translators in residence. Each of the four translators will be joining the Princeton community for one semester over the course of 2021-2023.

Friday July 09

The Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication (PTIC) has named Neil Blackadder, Sean Bye, Jeremy Tiang and Saskia Vogel as Princeton University’s translators in residence. Each of the four translators will be joining the Princeton community for one semester over the course of 2021-2023.
Seven exceptional scholars from around the world will come to Princeton University this fall to begin a year of research, writing and collaboration as the ninth cohort of Fung Global Fellows. Six will engage in their fellowship virtually; one will be on campus.

Tuesday June 29

Seven exceptional scholars from around the world will come to Princeton University this fall to begin a year of research, writing and collaboration as the ninth cohort of Fung Global Fellows. Six will engage in their fellowship virtually; one will be on campus.
Over 525 participants from 52 countries on six continents attended “Language and Migration: Experience and Memory,” a virtual symposium held April 19-May 1 that convened humanists, social scientists, field-workers, policy-makers, artists and writers to think together about migrants as resourceful users, interpreters and creators of language. Image by Vika Andrukovič

Wednesday June 02

Over 525 participants from 52 countries on six continents attended “Language and Migration: Experience and Memory,” an interdisciplinary symposium that convened humanists, social scientists, field-workers, policy-makers, artists and writers to think together about migrants as resourceful users, interpreters and creators of language.
An interactive dashboard, created by researchers at Princeton University, displays daily district-level data on the spread of COVID-19 across India. The interface lets users explore and visualize the daily infection and mortality rates and compare such data across villages, towns and cities.

Monday May 17

An interactive dashboard, created by researchers at Princeton University, displays daily district-level data on the spread of COVID-19 across India. The interface lets users explore and visualize the daily infection and mortality rates and compare such data across villages, towns and cities.
Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Jhumpa Lahiri, director of Princeton University’s Program in Creative Writing, won the biennial John Florio Prize for her translation from the Italian of "Trick" by Domenico Starnone.

Thursday May 06

Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Jhumpa Lahiri, director of Princeton University’s Program in Creative Writing, won the biennial John Florio Prize for her translation from the Italian of "Trick" by Domenico Starnone.