Misson and Outreach

The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination at Princeton University (LISD) supports teaching, research, and publication about issues related to and emerging from self-determination, especially pertaining to the state, self-governance, sovereignty, security, and diplomacy with particular consideration of socio-cultural, ethnic, and religious issues involving state and non-state actors. The Institute was founded in 2000 through the generosity of H.S.H. Prince Hans Adam II of Liechtenstein, and is directed by Wolfgang Danspeckgruber.


20 February
RSVP Required, Faculty/Student Only
Student Fellows Night: Movie Screening and Discussion of "Human Flow"
Location TBD
20 February
Private, Faculty/Student Only
Women in the Global Community Student Fellows Meeting
019 Bendheim Hall
Douglas Massey, WWS
22 February
RSVP Required, Faculty/Student Only
Roundtable on Self-Determination
019 Bendheim Hall
27 February
Open To Public
Uncertain Perspectives: Germany's Foreign and Security Policy in a Time of Profound Change
016 Robertson Hall
Amb. Hans-Ulrich Seidt
08 March
RSVP Required, Faculty/Student Only
Improving Global Responses to Sexual Violence in Conflict
019 Bendheim Hall
Charu Lata Hogg

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