Barr Ferree Grants

The Barr Ferree Fund assists with meeting the publication expense of books of merit on architecture and related topics in the fine arts.

Barr Ferree Publications Fund (depending on browser, forms download automatically)

Instructions and Application

Barr Ferree Fund Budget

Fall 2018 Course

HUM 450 / ART 405 The Battle of Princeton in Space and Time

Professors Rachael DeLue and Nathan Arrington

This course offers students the unique opportunity to participate in the archaeological investigation of the Princeton Battlefield, site of the 1777 Battle of Princeton. The course adopts methods from several disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, and physical sciences to explore the history of early America, the phenomenology of landscape, the memory of war, and questions of cultural heritage. Students participate in archival research, the analysis of images and material artifacts, and hands-on archaeological study in order to learn methods of interdisciplinary research and to confront the persistent and perplexing presence of the past.