Calendar of Events

“Europe’s Coming of Age”

015 Robertson Hall

Professor Tsoukalis will present his newly published book Europe's Coming of Age. Organized by the EU Program, co-sponsored by the Program in Contemporary European Politics and Society, the Liechtenstein Institute […]

Femmes et Fictions Littéraires: Conversation avec Alice Zeniter

102 Julis Romo Rabinowitz

Alice Zeniter studied literature and theater at l’École Normale Supérieure and Sorbonne-Nouvelle University. She is the author of four novels and has won many awards for her work; Sombre dimanche […]

Were the Ancient Greeks Responsible for Antisemitism?

010 East Pyne 010 East Pyne, Princeton

This talk addresses a widespread notion that the roots of antisemitism lay in the Hellenistic period, as Greek rulers and populace found the Jews to be divisive, seclusive, misanthropic, and […]

Africa World Lecture Series: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Alexander Hall, Richardson Auditorium Princeton

A high-level platform for imagining, assessing and keeping pace with the idea, realities and futures of Africa by the continent’s finest minds. The lectures are established to bring greater visibility, […]

The Archaeology of Everyday Life in Late Medieval Japan

202 Jones Princeton

This talk will introduce the provincial urban city of Ichijōdani, which peaked in the sixteenth century, a period usually associated primarily with political incohesion and endemic warfare. The archaeological evidence […]

LLM Forum: A Conversation with Meredith Whittaker

101 Friend Center

Recent breakthroughs in Artificial Intelligence (AI) have produced a new class of neural networks called Large Language Models (LLMs) that demonstrate a remarkable capability to generate fluent, plausible responses to […]

Caravaggio and the Echos of Figuration

3-S-15 Green Hall

With their distinct markets, institutions, and specialists, the realms of fine art and craft today largely exist as parallel, specialized industries. When they do intersect, practitioners and observers typically offer two syntheses: craft “rises” to the institutional and aesthetic condition of art or supplements its exclusivity as a model of unalienated production. Yet fine artists […]

LLL Presents – Tabula Rasa, Vol. 1

Labyrinth Books 122 Nassau Street, Princeton

The legendary John McPhee looks at the work he never completed, and two of his eminent former students help ask why. This event is masked and ticketed; info is here. The ticket entitles the holder to one signed copy of Tabula Rasa. Please cancel your ticket if you can’t attend to make room for others. Here’s how. Doors […]

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