The first permanent commemorations of slaves connected with Princeton come five months after the release of sweeping research into the university’s racial history.
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A puppet play by the Mexican artist Pedro Reyes explores technology, freedom and inequality (and the lost rap version of “The Communist Manifesto”).
As the 50th anniversary of the 1968 student takeover approaches, the neglected story of African-American protesters is moving to the center of the story.
“Prurience,” a new immersive theater piece by Christopher Green, is set at a self-help group for pornography addicts.
Mr. Sunstein, the prolific Harvard constitutional law scholar, was honored for work that has reshaped our understanding of the modern regulatory state.
John A. Farrell, the author of “Richard Nixon: The Life,” has not been shy about drawing parallels between the Watergate scandal and the current Russia investigation.
The appointment of Jon Parrish Peede comes a year after President Trump attempted to eliminate the agency entirely.
Mrs. Clinton’s lecture will cap off a week of events dedicated to the theme “Resist and Reimagine,” which will feature more than 165 writers.
The papers of Angela Davis, just acquired by Harvard, trace her evolution from obscure philosophy professor to global icon to prophetic voice on mass incarceration.
Bill Miller, the legendary value investor (and former philosophy student), has given the largest gift ever to a philosophy department, at Johns Hopkins University.