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Selected date: April 9, 2019
Tue, 4/9 · 12:30 pm1:30 pm · 203 Scheide Caldwell House

The Archaeology of the European Steppe: Huns, Avars, and Other Bad Europeans

Falko Daim, Römisch Germanisches Zentralmuseum in Mainz

Program in Medieval Studies, Comparative Antiquity Research and Teaching Collaboration

Tue, 4/9 · 12:30 pm1:50 pm · 219 Aaron Burr

The Swedish-led Gendarmerie in Persia 1911-1916 State Building and Internal Colonization

Rouzbeh Parsi, Lund University Sweden

Sharmin and Bijan Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies

Tue, 4/9 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · McCormick 106

A Hebrew Renaissance in 10th Century Egypt: The Mystery of the Earliest Medieval Jewish Documents

Eve Krakowski, Near Eastern Studies

Program in Medieval Studies

Tue, 4/9 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 399 Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building

Literary Stories of Migration

Imbolo Mbue, Author

Mellon-Sawyer Seminar Series

Tue, 4/9 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 1879 Hall Lounge

The Problem of Speech’s Presence in Late Ancient Christianity

Todd Berzon, Bowdoin College

Department of Religion, Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity

Tue, 4/9 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 010 East Pyne

The Future of Black Studies (In Theory)

Brittney Cooper, American Studies

Program in American Studies

Tue, 4/9 · 5:00 pm7:00 pm · N107 School of Architecture

M+M: Documenting the Disaster: On Philip Scheffner’s “Havarie (2016)”

Friedrich Balke, Ruhr-Universität, Bochum

Program in Media and Modernity; Department of German

Tue, 4/9 · 6:00 pm7:30 pm · 209 Scheide Caldwell House

ECS workshop – The Right of Languages: Justice, Translatability, and Multilingualism

David Gramling, University of Arizona

Program in European Cultural Studies

Tue, 4/9 · 6:00 pm7:30 pm · Labyrinth Books

Days & Days: Poems and Kill Class: Poems

Michael Dickman, Creative Writing; Nomi Stone, Anthropology

Labyrinth Books; The Lewis Center for the Arts

Wed, 4/10 · 12:00 pm1:00 pm · Betts Auditorium

Newsprint Metropolis: City Papers and the Making of Modern Americans

Julia Guarneri, University of Cambridge; Nick Chiles, Journalism

Princeton-Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism & the Humanities; Program in Journalism

Wed, 4/10 · 12:00 pm1:20 pm · 161 East Pyne

Postclassicisms 2018-19: Translating Antiquity

Organizers: Yelena Baraz, Classics; Katerina Stergiopoulou, Classics

Postclassicisms, Humanities Council

Wed, 4/10 · 4:30 pm6:30 pm · 010 East Pyne

Ecology of Images: Becomology and Multiplicities

Anne Sauvagnargues, Université of Paris, Nanterre

Department of Comparative Literature

Wed, 4/10 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 106 McCormick

The Black Sphinxes of Tanis

Thomas Hare, Comparative Literature

Department of Art and Archaeology

Wed, 4/10 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 103 Scheide Caldwell

Literary Style and Theological Substance in the Homilies of Sophronios of Jerusalem

Jon Duffy, Harvard University

Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity

Wed, 4/10 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 40 McCosh

Transcribir: Self-Translation in U.S. Latinx Poetry

Rachel Galvin, University of Chicago

Department of English

Wed, 4/10 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 202 Jones

First-Person Illness Narratives in Early Medieval China: Autobiography, Correspondence, Poetry

Antje Richter, University of Colorado at Boulder

Program in East Asian Studies

Thu, 4/11 · 11:30 amFri, 4/12 · 5:30 pm · 245 East Pyne

Is This Not the Beginning of a Change?: Chernyshevsky, His Time & His Legacy

Alexey Vdovin, Moscow Higher School of Economics; Valeria Sobol, University of Illinois,

Department of Comparative Literature

Thu, 4/11 · 12:00 pm1:20 pm · 15 Joseph Henry House

Both Sides Now: Writing Contradictory Books on the Same Subject

Pico Iyer, Journalism; with Christy Wampole, French and Italian

Program in Journalism

Thu, 4/11 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 106 McCormick

Piranesi’s Colossal Candelabra, Totem Poles and Other Varieties of Zoomorphism in the Age of Neoclassicism

Caroline Van Eck, University of Cambridge

Department of Art & Archaeology

Thu, 4/11 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 006 Friend Center

She Came Anyway: Graduate Women and the Shaping of Modern Princeton

Moderator: Sarah-Jane Leslie, Philosophy, Princeton University

Princeton University Library

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