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Law, Citizenship, and Dissent in India

Various Princeton

REGISTER HERE. The past few years have been witness to a renewed interest in the question of citizenship in India. These conversations have taken on greater urgency in light of […]

“Is Byzantine Studies a Colonialist Discipline? Towards a Critical Historiography”

103 Scheide Caldwell 103 Scheide Caldwell, Princeton

This talk defines the parameters of the debate and proposes ways of thinking about what it would mean to engage seriously with the Byzantine Studies's political and intellectual genealogies, hierarchies, and forms of exclusion. In doing so, we will both propose a way of understanding Byzantine Studies in wider debates about empire and colonialism, and […]

Felon: An American Washi Tale by Reginald Dwayne Betts

Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center

Alone in solitary confinement, a teenager called out to the men in the hole with him: “Somebody, send me a book!” Moments later, Dudley Randall’s The Black Poets slid under his cell door. Those pages were the start of the teen’s transformation into a poet, lawyer, and promoter of the rights of prisoners. Now, 23 years […]

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