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2024 Womxn in Design and Architecture Conference: Alero Olympio: Activated Matter

Betts Auditorium

Organized by Womxn in Design and Architecture (WDA, @princetonwda), a graduate student group formed in 2014 at Princeton University School of Architecture, this annual conference celebrates the work and memory of a pivotal architect or designer with contributions from international historians and scholars, in addition to artists, musicians, curators, and practitioners. The eighth Womxn in […]

McGraw Center Faculty Workshop: Flipping the Classroom

Digital Learning Lab, 130 Lewis Science Library

Increasingly, instructors are embracing the flipped classroom as a way to encourage active learning. In a flipped classroom, students engage with course content outside of class (often via short, recorded lecture segments) and then complete higher-level, more challenging activities during class, often with their peers. In this "How to/Why to" session, we will discuss the […]

A Poetics of Postmourning: Elegy and the Caribbean

105 Chancellor Green

Whereas the historical trauma of the Middle Passage and enslavement has been a prominent subject of Caribbeanist scholarship, there is surprisingly little sustained consideration of how poems and other imaginative works mourn this violent past, even though melancholic grief is a crucial component of the literary response to it. Building on the concept of “postmemory” […]

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