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Thu, 3/30Fri, 3/31 · Betts Auditorium

Zaha Hadid: Pedagogy as Practice

Princeton University School of Architecture

The Heydar Aliyev Center, Baku, Azerbaijan (designed by Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid)

Thu, 3/30 · 4:30pm · 202 Jones

A Cosmos of Silkworms: Textiles and Knowledge of Nature from 12th to 14th Century China

Dagmar Schäfer, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science

East Asian Studies Program and Department, Benjamin Elman's Mellon Achievement Grant, and the Program of History of Science


Thu, 3/30 · 4:30pm · 010 East Pyne

Decolonizing the American Musicological Society III: The Legacy of Settler Colonialism

Tamara Levitz, Professor of Comparative Literature and Musicology, UCLA

Department of Music, co-sponsored by the Department of Comparative Literature, the Program in American Studies


Thu, 3/30 · 6:00pm · Labyrinth Books, 122 Nassau Street

Downwardly Global: Women, Work, and Citizenship in the Pakistani Diaspora

Lalaie Ameeriar, University of California, Santa Barbara and Joan Scott, Institute for Advanced Study

Labyrinth Books


Fri, 3/31 · 9:45am · James M. Stewart ’32 Theater, 185 Nassau St.

Words for Music, Perhaps

Various Irish artists and renowned scholars

Fund for Irish Studies

Fri, 3/31 · 10:15am · 211 Dickinson

Risky Bodies: Quantification, Fungibility, and Slave Trade in the Seventeenth-Century Atlantic

Pablo Gómez Zuluaga, Davis Center Fellow/University of Wisconsin, Madison

Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies

Fri, 3/31 · 3:00pm · 106 McCormick Hall

Poetry Reading: Dialogue in Chinese and English Poetics

Department of English and Humanities Council

Sun, 4/2 · 2:00 pm · 209 Scheide Caldwell House

Linguistics Club Meeting

Program in Linguistics

Sun, 4/2 · 12:30pm · Labyrinth Books, 122 Nassau Street

The Devil and Webster: a Novel

Jean Hanff Korelitz, author

Labyrinth Books


Sun, 4/2 · 3:00pm · 101 Friend Center

The London Circle: Early Explorations of Photography

Sara Stevenson, chief curator emeritus at the National Galleries of Scotland

Graphic Arts Collection, RBSC.


Mon, 4/3 · 12:00pm · 202 Jones

Middle East Studies in the Time of Trump

Beth Baron, City College and the Graduate Center, CUNY

Near Eastern Studies

MESA conference 2014

Mon, 4/3 · 12:00pm · 144 Louis A. Simpson International Building

Stalinist Noir: Translating Colloquialisms in Heda Margolius Kovály’s Innocence; or, Murder on Steep

Alex Zucker, translator

The Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication

Mon, 4/3 · 12:00pm · 210 Dickinson

Diva Relations in The Color Purple Broadway Musical

Deborah Paredez, Columbia University School of the Arts

Program in American Studies

Mon, 4/3 · 3:00pm · 302 Frist Campus Center

The Achievements of Sir Roger Scruton

Sir Roger Scruton, Writer and Philosopher; Senior Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center

James Madison Program

Scruton image

Mon, 4/3 · 4:30pm · 202 Jones

The Historical Background of Early Arabic Documents

Geoffrey Khan, Visiting Fellow in the Humanities Council (Spring 2017)

Department of Near Eastern Studies

Mon, 4/3 · 4:30pm · Betts Auditorium

Making Ontologies Visible: An Anthropological Perspective on Images

Philippe Descola, Collège de France

Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities


Tue, 4/4 · 12:30 pm · 1879 Hall

Sophomore Open House

Program in Linguistics

Soph Open House LIN - 2017

Tue, 4/4 · 12:00pm · 219 Aaron Burr

The Politics of Counting: Pro-Regime Media Strategy in the Islamic Republic of Iran

Narges Bajoghli, Brown University

Sharmin and Bijan Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies, the Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice, the Department of Anthropology, and the Department of Sociology

Narges Bajoghli_Dehnamaki Filmmaking

Tue, 4/4 · 12:00pm · 161 East Pyne

Time Twisters: Laplace’s, Maxwell’s, and Einstein’s Demon (1814-1924)

Jimena Canales, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities and Program in History of Science

Canales lecture

Tue, 4/4 · 4:30 pm · 010 East Pyne

Voting for Authoritarianism: Popular Assemblies in Classical Greek Oligarchies

Matt Simonton, Arizona State University

Program in the Ancient World, Co-sponsored with Classics


Tue, 4/4 · 4:30pm · 40 McCosh

The Other Enemy: Style

Jeff Dolven, Behrman Professor in the Humanities Council, Department of English

Department of English


Tue, 4/4 · 4:30pm · 216 Aaron Burr

White Cannibalism in the Slave Trade: The Curious Case of the Schooner ‘Arrogante’

Manuel Barcia, University of Leeds

Program in Latin American Studies

Tue, 4/4 · 6:00pm · McCosh 50

All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation

Rebecca Traister, writer at large, New York magazine

Princeton Public Lectures


Wed, 4/5 · 12:00pm · 216 Aaron Burr

Constellations of 1968 Mexico: Experiments on Freedom and Democracy

Susana Draper, Comparative Literature

Program in Latin American Studies

Wed, 4/5 · 4:30 pm · 1-S-5 Green Hall

Articulatory Variation and the Development of Phonological Patterns

Jeff Mielke, North Carolina State University

Program in Linguistics

Mielke Poster Final