Calendar of Events

Translating Genre Fiction

161 East Pyne

Interested in translating paranormal romance, gothic horror, or post-apocalyptic science fiction? In this workshop, PTIC translators look at how to polish a first-draft translation to bring out the mood, tone and atmosphere of the source. The workshop will also address how genre boundaries, definitions, and conventions vary in the literature of different languages, and the […]

Hatred, Discrimination, and Violence: Russia, Ukraine, War, and Orthodoxy

1879 Hall, Room 140

Nicholas Denysenko is Emil and Elfriede Jochum University Professor and Chair and Professor of Theology at Valparaiso University in Indiana. Denysenko has published widely on liturgical theology and religion in Ukraine, most recently with The Church's Unholy War; Russia's Invasion of Ukraine and Orthodoxy (Cascade 2023).


The Histories of Catharsis

100 Jones Hall

R. Darren Gobert is the William and Sue Gross Professor of Theater Studies and English at Duke University, where he serves as chair of theater studies. He specializes in comparative modern and contemporary Western drama, dramatic and performance theory, and the philosophy of theatre. His publications include The Theatre of Caryl Churchill (Bloomsbury) and The […]

LLM Forum: Simon DeDeo with Arthur Spirling (topic: models)

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 prompts posed in natural language. While LLMs have already revolutionized certain industry applications, the debut of ChatGPT has generated new anxiety and curiosity about machine […]

Ethiopia and the Art of Cross-Cultural Exchange

010 East Pyne

Join us for a lecture with Christine Sciacca on February 21 at 4:30pm. A reception will follow the lecture. This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP HERE. Ethiopia sits at the juncture of Africa, Asia, and Europe, and historically it had access to the Mediterranean Sea, the Nile River, the Red Sea, and […]

Macroeconomic and Development Challenges in Latin America

A17 Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building Washington Road, Princeton

ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKER Martín Guzmán is a Professor at Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs. He served as Minister of Economy of the Republic of Argentina (December 2019- July 2022). As Minister of Economy of Argentina, he led the management of a sovereign debt crises that included the second largest sovereign debt […]


Rocky-Mathey Theater Rockefeller College, 203 Madison Hall, Princeton

Film screening followed by a Q&A, in English, with the director, Elia Moutamid and writer, Simone Brioni in conversation with Medhin Paolos (Lewis Center for the Arts). Inspired by Reversing the Gaze: What if You Were the Other? (2001) by Geneviève Makaping, Maka presents Makaping’s migration journey and life in Italy. By sharing her experience […]

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