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Celebrating Liliana Cavani’s Life and Films

Various Princeton

Presented by the Department of French and Italian and The Italian Cultural Institute, New York. In association with the Humanities Council, the Department of Comparative Literature, Committee for Film Studies and PIRELLI in Milan: March 27, 2023, 7:30 pm - East Pyne 010 Film Screening of Francesco (1989) March 28, 2023, 7:00 pm - The […]

Oceanography Otherwise: Marine Methods in the Environmental Humanities

Room 002, Robertson Hall

In The Physical Geography of the Sea and its Meteorology (1855), Matthew Fontaine Maury blames a major ocean current for the commercial decline of the U.S. South. “The Gulf Stream, the water-thermometer, and the improvements in navigation,” he writes, “changed the of Charleston — the great Southern emporium of the times — removing it from […]

Judge Zahid Quraishi in Conversation with Professor Udi Ofer

Arthur Lewis Auditorium, Robertson Hall Arthur Lewis Auditorium, Robertson Hall, Princeton

Join us for the next FOCUS Speaker Series event in Robertson Hall, Arthur Lewis Auditorium at 4:00 pm on Thursday, March 30, 2023. In collaboration with the School of Public and International Affairs, ODUS will feature Judge Zahid Nisar Quraishi in conversation with Professor Udi Ofer of the SPIA department. FOCUS is an interdisciplinary initiative […]

Ut ekphrasis pictura: When Words Take Shape in Sir John Chardin’s Drawings of Muhammad’s Tomb in Mecca

010 East Pyne Princeton

Violence might involve the fixation of our memorized images in words, because, as Italo Calvino says in his book Invisible Cities, “memory’s images, once they are fixed in words, are erased”. Yet, the continuing defamation of the imagined image of the prophet Muhammad in the West, and the imagined descriptions of holy spaces strongly associated […]

Flaubert Blues

105 Chancellor Green

Aymeric Glacet, Professor of French and French Studies, Sewanee: The University of the South, will present the lecture Flaubert Blues. Registration required.

Toni Morrison Lectures | On the Far Side: Globalization in Morrison’s World

10 McCosh

Held over three days March 28 – March 30th, the Toni Morrison Lectures are held bi-annually and spotlight the new and exciting work of scholars and writers who have risen to positions of prominence both in academe and in the broader world of letters. The lectures are published to celebrate the expansive literary imagination, intellectual […]

TigerTalks in the City: Innovations in Arts Accessibility

Alumni Ventures Group 183 Madison Avenue #18th Floor, New York

This extraordinary panel of Princetonians committed to disability justice and enhancing accessibility in the arts will explore the advances to which our community has contributed. Kay Gayner '86, is the Artistic Director of National Dance Institute. She began teaching for National Dance Institute in 2000 and is responsible for the direction of NDI’s In-School Program, […]

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