Join a lively conversation with Director of Jazz Rudresh Mahanthappa, widely known as one of the premier voices in jazz of the 21st century. Mahanthappa, who was born in Trieste, Italy, brought up in Boulder, Colorado, studied in Texas, Boston and Chicago before settling in New York, discusses the magical power of jazz music to bring people together across all cultures.
Jo Dunkley, Professor of Physics and Astrophysical Sciences
In this lecture, Astrophysicist Jo Dunkley explains what she has learned from three amazing female astronomers, Henrietta Swan Leavitt, Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin and Vera Rubin, and how they have changed the universe.
Battle Lab: The Battle of Princeton in the Past and Present
Rachael DeLue, Chair and Professor in American Art
We invite you to think outside of the classroom and explore the past in revolutionary-era Princeton and the physical remains of the legendary battle between American and British forces on January 3, 1777. What happened on that day? In this lecture, Chair and Professor in American Art Rachael DeLue, will discuss how she and Professor Nathan Arrington have teamed up to help students answer this question though a new interdisciplinary course.