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McGraw Center Faculty Discussion: Accessibility as a Care Practice in the Classroom and Beyond


Christopher “Unpezverde” Núñez is a Visually Impaired choreographer, disability advocate, and Princeton University Arts Fellow. Drawing on the practices explored in his spring 2023 course, Introduction to Radical Access: Disability Justice in the Arts, in this session, Nuñez will share his approach to accessibility as a creative tool and care practice in the classroom and […]

Public Interest and State Legitimation: Early Modern England, Japan, and China

202 Jones Hall

Book Talk: In this book, Public Interest and State Legitimation: Early Modern England, Japan, and China (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2023), Wenkai He examines the connections between state capacity, state legitimation and the expansion of political participation. He demonstrates how in each case of early modern England (1533-1640), Tokugawa Japan (1640-1853), and Qing China (1684-1840), […]

Ecotheories Colloquium: “Dams that Save: Law, Beavers, and the Making of the Yukon River”

111 East Pyne 111 East Pyne

This talk retells the social and environmental upheavals of the Klondike Gold Rush through stories from two kinds of beavers: the furry 50- pound dam building kind, and Beaver—a critical figure in the origin stories and legal ideas of the Han Hwech'in, the Indigenous people of the Klondike region. It asks how thinking with such […]

LLL Presents — Imagination: A Manifesto

Princeton Public Library

The award-winning author is joined in conversation by Lorgia García Peña to discuss Benjamin’s new, revelatory work, in which she calls on us to take imagination seriously as a site of struggle and a place of possibility for reshaping the future. A world without prisons? Ridiculous. Schools that foster the genius of every child? Impossible. […]

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