CAMPUS-WIDE HUMANITIES EVENTS

The listings here are contributed by departments and programs across Princeton's campus and beyond. Given the fluidity of programming, please check the hosting department's website for the most up-to-date information.

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Friday, September 9

11:00am Comparative Literature Conference Annual Comparative Literature Conference 2016 TBA

Saturday, September 10

8:00am Comparative Literature Conference Annual Comparative Literature Conference 2016 TBA

Monday, September 12

1:30pm Council of the Humanities Colloquium Tenth Annual Humanities Colloquium 219 Aaron Burr

Wednesday, September 21

4:30pm Creative Writing Jenny Johnson, Joy Williams poet, fiction writer Althea Ward Clark W'21 Reading Series Berlind Theatre

Thursday, September 22

4:30pm Art and Archaeology Nathan Elkins Baylor U Archaeological Institute of America 106 McCormick

Friday, September 23

10:00am Spanish and Portuguese Conference Cervantes’ Cultural Labyrinth: The Persiles at 400 David A. Gardner ’69 Magic Project in the Council of the Humanities • 010 East Pyne

Saturday, September 24

10:00am Conference Cervantes Cultural Labyrinth: The Persiles at 400 David A. Gardner ’69 Magic Project in the Council of the Humanities • 010 East Pyne

Monday, September 26

4:30pm Classics Lisa Maurizio Bates College Lecture 010 East Pyne

Thursday, September 29

9:00am German Conference Synesthesia of Law Conference TBD
2:00pm Classics Graduate Conference Modernist Fragmentation and After TBD
4:30pm Comparative Literature Hamid Dabashi Columbia Where Is the Global South 006 Friend Center

Friday, September 30

8:30am Classics Graduate Conference Modernist Fragmentation and After TBD
9:00am German Conference Synesthesia of Law TBD

Tuesday, October 4

4:30pm Ali Benmakhlouf Université de Paris Est Creteil “Why Read Arabic Philosophers?” TBA

Wednesday, October 5

4:30pm Linguistics Donald Ringe U Penn The Invariant Transparency Hypothesis 1-S-5 Green Hall

Thursday, October 6

4:30pm Classics Duncan Kennedy Bristol University Lecture 010 East Pyne

Friday, October 7

5:00pm Council of the Humanities Deadline Nominations for Long-Term Visiting Fellows
5:00pm Council of the Humanities Deadline Nominations for Short-Term Visiting Fellows (round one)

Saturday, October 8

9:00am Art and Archaeology Friedrich Teja Bach Visting Long-Term Fellow in the Council of the Humanities and Art and Archaeology Symposium: The Modernity of Sculpture 106 McCormick

Tuesday, October 11

5:00pm Art and Archaeology Thomas Mathews New York U Weitzmann Endowed Lecture 101 McCormick

Wednesday, October 12

4:30pm Creative Writing NoViolet Bulawayo, Valeria Luiselli fiction writers Althea Ward Clark W'21 Reading Series Berlind Theatre

Thursday, October 20

4:30pm Art and Archaeology Susanne Blier Harvard Lecture McCormick Hall

Monday, October 24

5:00pm Council of the Humanities Deadline David A. Gardner '69 Magic Project Grants (round one)

Wednesday, October 26

4:30pm Comparative Literature Margarita Valencia writer Lecture 006 Friend Center

Tuesday, November 8

4:30pm European Cultural Studies Mary Favret Johns Hopkins Lecture 010 East Pyne • Eberhard L. Faber 1915 Memorial Fund in the Council of the Humanities

Thursday, November 10

4:30pm Classics Shadi Bartsch-Zimmer University of Chicago Lecture 010 East Pyne

Wednesday, November 16

4:30pm Creative Writing Stephen King, Eileen Myles authors Althea Ward Clark W'21 Reading Series Berlind Theatre

Tuesday, November 29

4:30pm Classics Peter Meineck NYU Lecture 010 East Pyne

Wednesday, November 30

4:30pm University Center for Human Values Naomi Oreskes Harvard Tanner Lectures on Human Values 101 McCormick

Thursday, December 1

4:30pm Art and Archaeology Richard Neer U Chicago Lecture 106 McCormick
4:30pm University Center for Human Values Naomi Oreskes Harvard Tanner Lectures on Human Values 101 McCormick

Wednesday, December 7

4:30pm Linguistics Donna Jo Napoli Swarthmore Sign Language Humor: When the Articulation Carries the Joke 1-S-5 Green Hall
5:00pm Art and Archaeology Peter Parshall Robert Janson-La Palme *76 Visiting Professorship Conference: Once again, Albrecht Dürer’s Melencolia I 101 McCormick

Monday, December 12

4:30pm Art and Archaeology Barbara Kellum Smith Lecture 106 McCormick

Wednesday, February 8

4:30pm Creative Writing Paul Beatty, Marilyn Chin novelist, poet Althea Ward Clark W'21 Reading Series Berlind Theatre

Thursday, February 16

4:30pm Art and Archaeology Mauro Mussolin Metropolitan Museum of Art Lecture 106 McCormick

Thursday, February 23

4:30pm Comparative Literature Françoise Lionnet Harvard Lecture 010 East Pyne

Thursday, March 2

4:30pm Art and Archaeology Carl Knapett U Toronto Archaeological Institue of America 106 McCormick

Monday, March 6

5:00pm Council of the Humanities Deadline Nominations for Short-Term Visiting Fellows (round two)

Wednesday, March 15

4:30pm Creative Writing Douglas Kearney, Kirstin Valdez Quade poet, fiction writer Althea Ward Clark W'21 Reading Series Berlind Theatre

Thursday, March 16

4:30pm Comparative Literature David Scott Columbia Lecture 010 East Pyne

Thursday, April 13

4:30pm Comparative Literature Jamaica Kincaid author Lecture 010 East Pyne
4:30pm Art and Archaeology Sarah Guerin U Penn Lecture 106 McCormick

Wednesday, April 19

4:30pm Creative Writing John Ashbery, Jim Jarmusch poet, filmmaker Althea Ward Clark W'21 Reading Series Berlind Theatre

Thursday, April 27

4:30pm Art and Archaeology Gregory Levine UC Berkeley Lecture 106 McCormick

Sunday, April 5

4:30pm French and Italian Fabio Finotti U Penn Dante's Motherland 321 East Pyne
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