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Archive – March 2014

Bridget Hutter, London School of Economics and Political Science, will speak on, “Risk Regulation and Crisis: A Social Science Perspective on Global Uncertainties,” Apr. 10
Susan Fiske will speak on her coauthored article, “Nations’ Income Inequality Predicts Ambivalence in Stereotype Content: How Societies Mind the Gap,” Apr.
Romila Thapar will speak on “Historical Traditions in Early North India,” on Apr. 7
Kiran Klaus Patel will speak on “Why America Is Not Exceptional: The New Deal in Global Perspective,” on Apr. 8
Go behind the camera with Princeton University students through this video that highlights some of the winners of the sixth annual International Eye Photo Contest and the stories of their intriguing images.
Former federal minister for foreign affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany will speak on “Germany’s Role in Europe and the World,” Apr. 1
Richard Ullman, the David. E. Bruce Professor of International Affairs, Emeritus, at Princeton University, died of Parkinson's disease March 11 at Park Place Center in Monmouth Junction, N.J. He was 80.
PIIRS at the Princeton Club of New York faculty lecture series features Haykel speaking on "Understanding the Arab Spring Uprisings" on Apr. 30
Program in African Studies undergraduate open house to be held on Apr. 4
The Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication open house on Apr. 3
A symposium on “Empire and the Social Sciences,” will be held on Mar.28
Magued Osman, founder and managing director of the Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research, will speak on “Measuring Public Opinion during Egypt’s Struggle to Democracy” on Mar. 25
Wolfgang Streeck, director of the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne, will speak on “This Time is Serious: Capitalism on the Brink ,” Mar. 27,
Two Princeton University seniors have been awarded the Henry Richardson Labouisse '26 Prize to spend one year pursuing international civic engagement projects after graduation. The $30,000 prize will support a project by Diane Jeon in South Africa and Storm Portner in Sierra Leone.
The Meaning of Maidan: A Roundtable on Developments in Ukraine, Mar. 3 at noon, 219 Aaron Burr Hall