In memory of Gwendolyn Gordon

In memory of Gwendolyn Gordon

 


Gwen received her Ph.D. in 2014 and was an Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania.  Prior to starting at Princeton, she received a JD at Harvard Law School and served as an attorney at Shearman and Sterling LLP offices in London and New York.

We will post when we have more information about a gathering to celebrate of Gwen’s life and work.  Please feel free to share your memories of Gwen with us.

Memorial Service
Obituary

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Vize lab

Ethnographic Data Visualization Lab

The VizE Lab is the campus hub for researchers who want to bring the insights of data visualization and the vitality of documentary filmmaking into humanistic ethnography. 
  

News

Tuesday, Dec 21, 2021

Congratulations to Anthropology alumnus Edric Huang ’18 winner of a Schwarzman Scholar for 2022.

TCP

Center on Transnational Policing

The CTP will bring together Princeton scholars and students to understand policing in the U.S. and internationally. As the hub of a wider social scientific research network, the Center’s mission will be to explore policing from a transnational approach.

Events

Religious Afterlives of a Revolution

Thu, Feb 17, 2022, 4:30 pm
Location: Zoom
Speaker(s):

Belief, Race, and Nihilism in American Biomedical Science

Tue, Feb 22, 2022, 4:30 pm
Location: 211 Dickinson Hall
Speaker(s):

Clifford Geertz Commemorative Lecture: Jonathan Spencer

Thu, Mar 17, 2022, 4:30 pm
The Trouble with Golden Ages: Anthropology and the Spirit of Revolutionary Times
Location: 219 Aaron Burr Hall and Zoom

Anthropology influenced by and in dialogue with John Borneman: A Symposium