The Humanities Council is pleased to present “Archives and the Future,” the 17th Annual Humanities Colloquium on Thursday, September 21 at 4:30 p.m. in the Chancellor Green Rotunda. The event, which is open to the University community, will feature a wide-ranging conversation about central issues in research, teaching, and intellectual life.
This year’s speakers include distinguished Princeton scholars whose work represents different approaches and historical periods. Sandra Bermann (Comparative Literature), Laura F. Edwards (History), Kinohi Nishikawa (English and African American Studies), and Sarah Rivett (English and American Studies) will explore questions around the temporality of the archive, archival silences, and various methodologies that shape our practices of research as interpreters of the archive. The conversation will be moderated by Council Chair Esther Schor (English).
Learn more about the 17th Annual Colloquium and read about past events on the Humanities Colloquium webpage.