Princeton Journeys presents its second Live Lecture series

Sept. 17, 2020

Princeton Journeys, the University’s educational travel program, has just released its second Live Lecture series, launched after travel had to be halted because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Featuring Princeton faculty and offered via Zoom, these lectures allow Princetonians to continue learning by exploring new ideas and places virtually.

The Fall 2020 season includes four lectures by renowned Princeton faculty. The webinars take place at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. See details below. Registrations links will be posted as they become available.

September 30 | Einstein in Bohemia
Michael Gordin, Professor of History; Director, Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts
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October 21 | The Influence of Place in Jazz Music
Rudresh Mahanthappa, Director of Jazz

November 18 | Women Who Changed How We See the Universe
Jo Dunkley, Professor of Physics and Astrophysical Sciences

December 2 | Battle Lab: The Battle of Princeton in the Past and Present
Rachel DeLue, Chair and Professor in American Art

Learn more about the series

Learn more and view last season’s Live Lectures.