Calendar of Events


Princeton French Film Festival

Various Princeton

The French and Francophone Society, along with its generous partners at Princeton University and beyond, are thrilled to invite you all to the first-ever Princeton French Film Festival, happening from April 16th to 28th at various venues across our campus. A unique opportunity to discover the richness and diversity of Francophone cultures through the magic […]

Roundtable on Reporting/Writing the History of the War in Ukraine

002 Robertson Bowl

The VPL seminar on “Media Democracy” will culminate with a public symposium on how to journalists and historians should approach the war in Ukraine. Speakers include Dariya Orlova, Senior Lecturer at the Mohyla School of Journalism, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Olena Lysenko, a documentary filmmaker who will show her film “I Never Had Dreams […]

“A Nation of Prisoners: The Rise and Growth of Immigration Detention in the United States”

211 Dickinson Hall or Zoom

The Modern America Workshop (MAW) is a workshop series for those interested in the study of modern U.S. history. The series brings together Americanists (both current Princeton University graduate students and outside scholars) to present their research and discuss problems and trends in American history. This workshop is cosponsored by the Program in American Studies […]

“The Geometries of Afro Asia”

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

Joan Kee " The Geometries of Afro Asia” Tuesday, April 25, 2023 @5pm ET N107 (School of Architecture) How do we embark on a history of art from the assumption of a global majority, outside of essentializing categories like race or hollow proclamations of solidarity? With this book, Joan Kee presents a framework for understanding […]

LLL Presents | Myth America: Historians Take on the Biggest Lies about the Past

Labyrinth Books 122 Nassau Street, Princeton

America’s top historians set the record straight on the most pernicious myths about our nation’s past. Labyrinth and the Princeton Public Library invite you to a presentation and conversation with the editors of a collection of essays by an all star team of fellow historians who all push back against a crisis of bad history and […]

L’Avant-Scène presents “Quai ouest” by Bernard-Marie Koltès

Godfrey Kerr Theater Studio, Lewis Arts complex 122 ALEXANDER STREET, Princeton

L’Avant-Scène, the French Theater Workshop, will present “Quai ouest” by Bernard-Marie Koltès, directed by Florent Masse and featuring advanced students in L’Avant-Scène, Gil Joseph, Yasmine Zein, Clément Génibrèdes, Anais Yolka, Eloi Delort, John Patrick, Marie-Gabrielle Pelissie du Rausas & James Hamilton. In French, approximate running time 120 minutes Registration required

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