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Unmasking Prokofiev

A Princeton scholar goes to great lengths to uncover the true works and personal story of the Russian composer
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What’s the big idea?

Professors Cornel West *80 and Robert George, ideological opponents, are unlikely partners in this popular freshman seminar
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Talking about race

Professor Melissa Harris-Lacewell sparks the conversation, in class and out
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An American hero in Iran

One hundred years ago, Howard Baskerville 1907 left Princeton and fought for liberty in Persia
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East meets west

In a new novel, an author explores disenchantment, loyalty, and identity after 9/11
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The humanist

Anthony Grafton’s life in the past and the present
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Treasures in Princeton’s attic

Amid the books and manuscripts, Princeton’s libraries hold Charles Dickens’ desk lamps, John J. Audubon’s shotgun, and Katherine Cornell’s bra
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A leader in the law

Considered a candidate to lead Harvard, Elena Kagan ’81 already has made waves at its law school
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An American in Beirut

John Waterbury ’61 helps interpret the Middle East to Americans, and America to the Middle East
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Rules of engagement

As American universities rush to China, how much should they push on issues of free expression and human rights?
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Everything on the table

Real-world diplomacy comes to the classroom with former German foreign minister Joschka Fischer and lecturer Wolfgang Danspeckgruber
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All that jazz

Anthony Branker ’80 has created a jazz haven at Princeton

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