‘Migrations’ Series Continues Exploration of Peoples, Cultures, and Borders

February 19, 2019
Jacques Callot, French, 1592–1635. Bohemians on the March: The Rear Guard, 1621. Etching and engraving. Princeton University Art Museum. Bequest of Junius S. Morgan, Class of 1888 (x1934-138). Photo courtesy of the Princeton University Art Museum

In the spring term, Princeton University is launching its second year of a three-year public program around the theme of migrations through “Global Migration: The Humanities and Social Sciences in Dialogue.”

University co-sponsors include the Princeton University Art Museum, the Humanities Council, the University Center for Human Values, the Department of Classics, the Department of English, the Program in Journalism, the Program for Community Engaged Scholarship, the Office of Sustainability, the Office of Undergraduate Research, the Office of Religious Life, the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Pace Center for Civic Engagement.

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