Calendar of Events

Mytelka Memorial Lecture – The Yiddish of the Islamic World? When did Jews adopt Arabic and how did this change Jewish Literature?

A71 Louis A. Simpson Building

The Program in Judaic Studies' hosting of this year's Mytelka Scholar, Ronny Vollandt, continues with this lecture on Wednesday, October 11. Abstract Most of the Jews under Muslim rule in pre-modern times spoke and wrote Arabic. Jews gradually adopted Arabic for most forms of spoken and written communication and produced a vast branch of Jewish […]

Documenting War Crimes

001 Robertson Hall

Join 2023 Pulitzer-Prize Winner Evgeniy Maloletka in conversation with Deborah Amos, Ferris Professor of Journalism in Residence Evgeniy Maloletka, AP Photographer Deborah Amos, Ferris Professor of Journalism in Residence Joe Stephens (Introduction), Director, Program in Journalism Sponsors Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination Princeton School of Public and International Affairs Princeton University Humanities Council Program in Journalism […]

The Sergei Loznitsa Symposium

245 East Pyne 245 East Pyne, Princeton

A two day event devoted to the internationally acclaimed film director Sergei Lonznitsa. 4:30pm -  "Did I Hear Right? Re-sounding Archival Images in the Films of Sergei Loznitsa" lecture from Professor Daniel Schwartz (McGill University) in 245 East Pyne. 7-9pm - Film Screening: "The Kiev Trial" at the Princeton Garden Theatre, Nassau Street, Princeton NJ […]

Ada Lovelace Day Graduate Mixer

Yankee Doodle Tap Room

Calling all grads! Curious about digital humanities? The Center for Digital Humanities and GradFUTURES invite you to raise a glass to Ada Lovelace, the first computer programmer, at our annual fall mixer. Ask your burning questions about digital humanities in a relaxed, friendly environment, and learn more about the opportunities we have for you! No […]

Fluid Futures Forum: Islands, Oceans and Volcanoes in Transformation

130 Corwin

Curtis Deutsch will talk about islands, walls and bridges based on his time in Panama. Ryo Morimoto will talk about the 2023 Nuclear Ghost: the flushing of contaminated water into the ocean in the long aftermath of Fukushima. Anne McClintock (HMEI) will talk with photographs about melting glaciers in Iceland. Kevon Rhiney and Tae Cimarosti […]

Chile 9/11 Series | Nona Fernández: ¿Cómo recordar la sed?/ How to Remember the Thirst?

PLAS 3rd Floor Atrium

Chile 9/11 | A 50th Anniversary Series of the Coup Against President Salvador Allende Nona Fernández is a Chilean actor and writer, and has published two plays, a collection of short stories, a work of nonfiction, and six novels, including Space Invaders and La dimension desconocida/The Twilight Zone, which was awarded the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz […]

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