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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 dynamic and engaging French productions. We are thrilled to bring this new edition of the festival in collaboration with the 52nd Edition of Festival d’Automne […]

Mindscapes Unveiled, an exhibition by Chanika Svetvilas

Hurley Gallery, Lewis Arts complex

Princeton’s Ida B. Wells Just Data Lab 2022-23 Artist-in-Residence Chanika Svetvilas presents a culminating exhibition from her year-long project, Anonymous Was the Data, which uplifts the individual lived experiences of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who have a mental health difference or condition through mapping their survey data about healthcare access and stigma. The collected […]

Black Sea Migrations in the Long Thirteenth Century: Bodies, Things, Ideas

211 Dickinson Hall

This conference examines the role both of the major ports and cities of the Black Sea region — such as Constantinople, Pera, Kiev, Caffa, Sudak, Tana, Sarai Batu and Trebizond – and of the agrarian and pastoral communities of the hinterlands in shaping the trans-regional movement of people, goods and ideas between Asia, Europe and […]

Thinking Through Minshū Bukkyō: Popular Buddhism and the Study of Premodern Japan

202 Jones Hall

The category of folk or popular Buddhism (minshū Bukkyō) offers tremendous promise for scholars of Japanese religion. It forces us to consider Buddhism beyond the walls of the monastery and challenges elite centered narratives by turning to the religion of the many (minshū) rather than the select and famous few. As such, taking the Japanese […]

Film Screening and Artist Talk: Chantel Comardelle and Dennis Davis of “Knowledge is Power”

Arts Council of Princeton

Join the Arts Council of Princeton for an artist talk featuring Dennis Davis and Chantel Comardelle of Our Knowledge is Power: The Cultures of Beauty and Survival in Isle de Jean Charles, LA and Shishmaref, AK, on view in the ACP’s Taplin Gallery. Throughout the event, screenings of Preserving our Place: Our Knowledge is Power will take place […]

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