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On Books, Bibliography, Bibliophilia & Associational Literary History

Hinds Library, McCosh Hinds Library, McCosh, Princeton

Please Join a Lunchtime Conversation, "On Books, Bibliography, Bibliophilia & Associational Literary History" with Anthony Grafton, Henry Putnam University Professor of History, Princeton University and Denise Gigante, Sadie Dernham Patek […]

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Humanities and Beyond: Humanities Council Funding Information Session

16 Joseph Henry House

Do you have an “outside the box” idea for a new project or course in the humanities? How about a collaborative research or teaching idea in an emerging or underrepresented humanities field? Join Humanities Council Acting Chair Tera Hunter (History, African American Studies) and Executive Director Kathleen Crown for an overview of funding opportunities offered […]

PLAS Graduate Works in Progress

3rd Floor Atrium, Aaron Burr Princeton

Princeton graduate students, faculty and visiting scholars are invited to learn more about our graduate students' current research. “Pan Americanism at Work”: CINVA and the Portable Brick Machine Camila Reyes Alé, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Architecture This presentation traces the history of the CINVA-RAM, a manual machine for the production of stabilized-earth blocks […]

James A. Moffett ’29 Lectures in Ethics: Du Bois and ‘The Souls of White Folk’

101 Friend Center

ABSTRACT: Professor Gooding-Williams's paper, "Du Bois and 'The Souls of White Folk'" is a study of W.E.B. Du Bois's moral psychology of white supremacy. Du Bois means his moral psychology to serve two purposes.  The first is a social scientific explanation—specifically, the social scientific explanation of the domination and exploitation of the world’s darker peoples.  The […]

Performance by A. Revathi

302 Frist Campus Center 302 Frist Campus Center, Princeton

The inaugural event of The M.S. Chadha Center for Global India new series, 'Power, Inequality, Dissent,' will be a performance by A. Revathi, a trans woman activist, performer, and writer from southern India. 'Vellai Mozhi - Frankly Speaking' is a powerful first-person account of a hijra-thirunangai-transfeminine experience in southern India. Revathi enacts her life as a […]

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