Robert Mueller III, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Politics major who graduated in 1966, has been selected to receive Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson Award. The Wilson Award is given to those alumni who demonstrate a lifelong commitment to serving their country. It was President Woodrow Wilson, a Princeton graduate himself, who spoke the famous line, "Princeton in the Nation's Service." To read more please follow this link.
Princeton University's Program in Law and Public Affairs will host a book forum to discuss Maurizio Viroli's new book, "The Liberty of Servants: Berlusconi's Italy." A panel will be present to forward the discussion, including Jan-Werner Müller, an expert in Political Theory, History of Modern Political Thought, European Politics and Society and R. Daniel Keleman, Director of the Center for European Studies at Rutgers University, whose exper
Maurizio Viroli, Professor of Political Theory, associated faculty in the Department of History, Director of the Institute for Mediterranean Studies and professor of Political Communication at the Università della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano, Switzerland, Senior Research Fellow at the Collegio Carlo Alberto of Moncalieri, and scientific coordinator of the Academies of Civic Education of the Compagnia San Paolo Foundation, has contributed an article to the New York Times' Int
Three members of the Politics faculty at Princeton have been published in the latest edition of The American Political Science Review.
Professor Alan Patten authored "Rethinking Culture: The Social Lineage Account"
Persuaded by the critique of cultural essentialism, many critics believe that there is no defensible way of identifying distinct cultures, or of distinguishing cultural loss from cultural change, that is compatible with the normative agenda of multiculturalism.
Princeton University's Muslim Students Association and Tigers for Israel join with the Woodrow Wilson School in hosting a discussion of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Featured in the discussion will be Politics Professor Amaney Jamal and Ambassador Daniel C.Kurtzer, former U.S. ambassador to Israel and Egypt and the S. Daniel Abraham Professor in Middle Eastern Policy Studies at the Woodrow Wilson School. This event takes place on November 22, at 4:30 p.m. in Dodds Auditorium, R
The Wall Street Journal has featured Professor Nolan McCarty, Chair of the Department of Politics, in a brief exploration of the possible connection between the reshaping of New Jersey's political districts and the polarization of its political parties. To read the article and to find a link to the professor's blog, click here.