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!
Princeton Plan Panel Discussion
October 18, 2018
This panel discussion, in conjunction with exhibitions at Updike Farmstead and Princeton Public Library, commemorates the 70th anniversary of the “Princeton Plan,” a school integration process that went on to be nationally recognized. The discussion will contextualize the event in the broader national and regional context of desegregation, as well as inform about the local impact and national reverberations of the Princeton Plan. Featured speakers are Kevin M. Kruse, Professor of History at Princeton University, and local historian Shirley Satterfield, a member of the first integrated class at the Nassau Street School.
Free, but registration is requested, as space is limited. 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.
September 12, 2017: Memory and History: The Meaning and Future of Monuments in the Aftermath of Charlottesville