This semester, Princeton Public Lectures is offering both in-person and virtual participation to ensure that events are accessible to all who would like to attend. Please note, all events are free and open to the public.
To attend in-person events, please follow current University Guidelines. Most events take place in McCosh 50, unless otherwise listed.
If you are unable to attend in-person, you may participate virtually by either registering for the event via Zoom webinar, or by watching the event live via our Live Stream feed to Media Central. Closed captioning is provided for viewers participating via Zoom or Media Central.
Please see individual event listings for specific details on how to register.
No lectures available to show.
Brave, Not Perfect
The Song of the Cell
Justice for Animals
Pandemic Stories at the Intersection of Basic Science & Public Health
ATLAS OF AI: Power, Politics, and the Planetary Costs of Artificial Intelligence.
A conversation between Kate Crawford and Wendy Brown.
Academic Performance Under Stress