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Lectures explore 'New World Order'

Monday through Wednesday, April 28-30, 2008, 4:30 p.m. 10 East Pyne
"New World Order: Internationalism and the End of Empire" is the focus of a three-lecture series to be delivered by historian Mark Mazower at 4:30 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, April 28-30, in 10 East Pyne.

Mazower, a professor of history at Columbia University, specializes in modern European and international history, and is considered to be one of the world's foremost specialists in Balkan history. A former Princeton faculty member, he currently is the Lawrence Stone Visiting Professor in the Davis Center for Historical Studies.

Mazower will deliver the following lectures:

  • April 28: "Smuts and the Limits of Imperial Internationalism"
  • April 29: "Minorities, Nations and International Law: The Lessons of the Nazi New Order"
  • April 30: "Nehru's World: After Eurocentrism"
They are designated as the Lawrence Stone Lectures, which are named in honor of the founding director of the Davis Center for Historical Studies and aim to bring distinguished historians to Princeton to speak on a topic of general interest to a broad audience. The lectures will form the basis of a book published by Princeton University Press.

The lectures are sponsored by the Davis Center, the Department of History and Princeton University Press.

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