Calendar of Events

Methodologies for Literary Study: A Lunchtime Workshop Discussion for Graduate Students

40 McCosh 40 McCosh, Princeton

R. Darren Gobert is the William and Sue Gross Professor of Theater Studies and English at Duke Universitys 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 […]


The Journalism of Reparations

Arthur Lewis Auditorium, Robertson Hall NJ

For years, news organizations routinely spread racist ideas and avoided reporting on neighborhoods of color. How can journalists now rebuild trust with ignored Black, Brown, and Asian communities? Panelists: Rund Abdelfatah, Visiting Ferris Professor of Journalism; correspondent for NPR and co-creator of NPR’s Throughline Michael Fannin, Former president and editor, Kansas City Star Emmanuel Felton, […]

“Catastrophe and More-than-Human Worlds”

219 Aaron Burr Hall

Yael Navaro *98 is a social anthropologist who studies politics, the state, and violence and its aftermaths. She has contributed to crafting an affective, spatial and material approach for the study of postwar environments, embedding social, political, and psychological anthropology through new methodologies. Regionally, her work has focused on social and political life in Turkey […]

The Girl Before Her – Uprooting and Intergenerational Transmission

100 Jones Hall

The Girl Before Her - Uprooting and Intergenerational Transmission that will focus on writing and the role of memories in the writing process. Born in Hanoi in 1995, Line Papin grew up there until the age of 10 when her family moved to France. Her focuses are writing, theater, and the cinema. She has published with Éditions […]

Rose and Isaac Ebel Lecture – History for the Future: Creating Archives of War

010 East Pyne

Join the Program in Judaic Studies for this year's Rose and Isaac Ebel Lecture with Iuliia Skubytska on Thursday, February 22. War brings loss. Loss of people, loss of heritage, loss of memory. In this context, preservation becomes an act of resistance to pervasive and overwhelming destruction. It also becomes an act of documenting a […]

Sarah Lee Elson, Class of 1984, International Artist-in-Residence Talk

016 Robertson Hall

Join the Princeton University Art Museum and the Tang Center for East Asian Art for a conversation between the Beijing-based painter Liu Xiaodong and Zoe S. Kwok, the Nancy and Peter Lee Associate Curator of Asian Art. Liu is the Art Museum’s 2024 Sarah Lee Elson, Class of 1984, International Artist-in-Residence. He creates monumental social […]

Magus: The Art of Magic from Faustus to Agrippa

Labyrinth Books 122 Nassau Street, Princeton

We invite you to discuss and celebrate Grafton’s revelatory new account of the magus—the learned magician—and his place in the intellectual, social, and cultural world of Renaissance Europe. In literary legend, Faustus is the quintessential occult personality of early modern Europe. The historical Faustus, however, was something quite different: a magus—a learned magician fully embedded […]

From Resistance to Resilience—Stories from the Urban Risk Lab

Betts Auditorium

Miho Mazereeuw is Associate Professor of Architecture and Urbanism and Director of the Urban Risk Lab at MIT. Operating at several scales, her research focuses on designing cities to prepare for disasters such as earthquakes, flooding, and typhoons. With the Urban Risk Lab, she engages in extensive field work and community workshops, focusing on the […]

The New York Arabic Orchestra presents “Mosaic” فسيفساء – featuring Layth Sidiq

Alexander Hall, Richardson Auditorium Princeton

The New York Arabic Orchestra presents "Mosaic" فسيفساء (Fusaifisa), a concert embodying the rich tapestry of Arabic culture. With a palette of diverse sounds and rhythms, the orchestra will navigate through the musical landscapes of the Arab world, showcasing the profound diversity of this vibrant region. Each piece is a tile in the vast mosaic, […]

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