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Seuls en Scène – Princeton French Theater Festival

Princeton University

Seuls en Scène brings celebrated French actors and directors, as well as promising early-career artists, to Princeton University and the local community to present their work, introducing American audiences to […]

Degrade and Destroy: How the U.S. Defeated the Islamic State?

202 Jones Hall and Zoom 202 Jones Hall, NJ

Michael Gordon’s recently published book Degrade and Destroy provides the first authoritative account of how the U.S. and its partners planned and executed the campaign to destroy the Islamic State’s […]

Doublespeak in ancient Greek and modern Ethiopian satire

Zoom Princeton

Abstract: In this talk, I treat satire as a site where Classics and African literature converge. Namely, I point out a particular type of linguistic wordplay, which I deem doublespeak, […]

The Rose and Isaac Ebel Lecture

219 Aaron Burr Hall

The Program in Judaic Studies and the Ronald O. Perelman Institute for Judaic Studies invite you to join us for the 2022 Rose and Isaac Ebel Lecture. This year's public […]

Program in Media and Modernity Event: A Black Gaze

Room N107, School of Architecture Room N107, School of Architecture, Princeton

Tina Campt, newly appointed Roger S. Berlind ’52 Professor of Humanities in the Department of Art & Archaeology and the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University, will discuss […]

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