Lectures

The Historical Society of Princeton sponsors several lecture and panel events throughout the year, as part of the Lewis B. Cuyler Annual Meeting Lecture Program, the Speaking of History series, and others. Check back often for ways you can learn from and engage in conversation with local scholars of history!

Virtual Author Talk: “Einstein: The Man and His Mind”

On Einstein’s birthday (and Pi Day), the Historical Society and Princeton Public Library present a virtual talk with Gary Berger and Michael DiRuggiero, authors of Einstein: The Man and His Mind, a visual biography of Albert Einstein.

This program will be presented via Zoom. Click here to register.

 

Speaking of History

This event series aims to foster civil dialogue around contemporary issues that beg a historical context and perspective.

Past Events

October 16, 2023: On Freedom Road with author David Goodrich

September 7, 2023: Princeton, the Nation’s Capital: 1783

October 16, 2019: Committed to Memory: The Art of the Slave Ship Icon

August 8, 2019: “Green Oval” Digital Tour

April 1, 2019: What is Oral History?

March 12, 2019: Project Apollo: Origins, Missions, and the Legacy

February 9, 2019: The Garden State: Where Ideas Grow

October 18, 2018: Princeton Plan Panel Discussion

September 12, 2017: Memory and History: The Meaning and Future of Monuments in the Aftermath of Charlottesville