Calendar of Events

McGraw Center Faculty Workshop: AI and Our Classrooms

330 Frist Princeton

This series of workshops will provide faculty the opportunity to do some guided, hands-on experimentation with generative AI tools, to reflect in community on the experience, and to discuss the tools’ potential impact on our teaching. Attendees are encouraged to bring their laptop for use during the session. Github Copilot helps novice programmers to quickly […]

The First Kings of Europe: An International Exhibition about the Prehistoric Balkans

3-S-15 Green Hall

Lecture: The modern world is plagued with unprecedented levels of social, economic, and political inequalities. But these inequities did not happen overnight; in places like southeastern Europe they emerged over the course of thousands of years as the small egalitarian farming villages of the Neolithic gave way to some of the earliest hierarchical kingdoms in […]

The Flowers of Andromache: Allegory and the Ontological Difference

010 East Pyne Princeton

The Comparative Literature Department's graduate lecture series, 'Influence & Interference,' welcomes Nathan Brown (Concordia University). Professor Brown will discuss the relation between Charles Baudelaire's "Le Cygne" and Book XXII of the Iliad toward a theory of the temporality of allegory via Kant and Heidegger. Reception to follow. This lecture is co-sponsored by the Department of […]

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