Calendar of Events

10 McCosh

Princeton French Film Festival | Screening of “Toni” (2023) by Nathan Ambrosioni

Princeton Film Festival Society
105 Chancellor Green

Cosmopoetics: Three Lectures on the Ecologies of Nature, Poetry, and Ethics – No. 1

James Porter, University of California, Berkeley

Department of English
James Stewart Film Theater, 185 Nassau Street Princeton, United States

Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion: Still We Rise

John Harvey, Director

Art Hx in partnership with BlackStar Projects; Department of African American Studies; Department of Art & Archaeology; Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative; Center for Collaborative History; the Princeton Humanities Council; Land, Language, and Art: a Humanities Council Global Initiative; Lewis Center for the Arts
Betts Auditorium Princeton, NJ, United States

Relatives: A lecture from Chris T. Cornelius

Chris T. Cornelius (Oneida Nation), University of New Mexico

School of Architecture
A71 Louis A. Simpson Building

Disinformation, Race and Finding the Facts

Program in Journalism; Department of African American Studies; Program in Latin American Studies; Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies
010 East Pyne

Cosmopoetics: Three Lectures on the Ecologies of Nature, Poetry, and Ethics – No. 2

James Porter, University of California, Berkeley

Department of English
Virtual via Zoom

Indigenous Poetics from Abya Yala

Irma Pineda, Poet, Writer; Professor, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional; Mikeas Sanchez, Poet, Radio Producer, Translator; Wendy Call, Nonfiction writer, Literary Translator, Editor, Educator

Department of Comparative Literature; Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative at Princeton; Land, Language, and Art, a Global Initiative From the Humanities Council; Program in Latin American Studies
301 Wooten Hall

Revisiting the History of Academic Freedom and Free Speech

Greg Conti, Politics; Fara Dabhoiwala, History; Moira Weigel, Northeastern and Institute for Advanced Study; Jan-Werner Müller, Politics

University Center for Human Values
Chancellor Green Rotunda Princeton, NJ, United States

Spring Student Reading

Lewis Center for the Arts’ Program in Creative Writing
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