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Ideologies of Economy: Narrative Subversion in German Poetic Realism

205 East Pyne

The talk will explore Gustav Freytag’s bestseller Soll und Haben (1855) and its colonial economies. Although the novel seems to advocate a strict set of values and constructs the other on a finely graded scale, its narrative means subvert this set of values and its assertions. One reason for the novel’s great success may lie […]

Chile 9/11 Series | Ariel Florencia Richards: Copello Interruptus

3rd Floor Atrium, Aaron Burr Princeton

Ariel Florencia Richards is a writer and researcher of the visual arts. With the support of a Bicentennial Fellowship, she completed a master’s degree in creative writing at New York University (NYU), where she published her first poems in fanzines and pamphlets presented at the MoMA’s PS1 New York Art Book Fair (NYABF) and at […]

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