Calendar of Events

Green Hall 0-S-6 Princeton, NJ, United States

AI and the Future of Religion

Beth Singler, University of Zurich

Center for Culture, Society and Religion
A17 Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building Washington Rd., Princeton, NJ, United States

“Temptation Transformed: The Story of How the Forbidden Fruit Became an Apple”

Azzan Yadin-Israel, Rutgers University

Program in Judaic Studies
Firestone Library, Classroom A-6F

PUL Author Talk: “Thirteen Months in Dixie”

Steven Knowlton, Princeton University Library; Jeaninne Surette Honstein, artist

Princeton University Library
Room N107, School of Architecture Room N107, School of Architecture, Princeton, NJ, United States

“Modern Art and the Remaking of Human Disposition”

Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen, Clark Art Institute

Program in Media and Modernity
010 East Pyne Princeton, NJ, United States

Caribbean Studies Speakers Series: Self-Writing in the Caribbean: An “I” for an “Eye”

Paloma Duong, MIT; Ana Rodríguez Navas, Loyola University Chicago

Department of Spanish and Portuguese; Humanities Council
Richardson Auditorium Richardson Auditorium, Princeton, NJ, United States

Atelier@Large: Conversations on Art-making in a Vexed Era

Darryl McDaniels, Run-D.M.C Darryl McDaniels; Jennifer Homans, historian; Iarla O’Lionaird, Irish Sean-nós singer

Lewis Center for the Arts’ Princeton Atelier
James Stewart Film Theater, 185 Nassau Street Princeton, United States

Reading by harris and Otsuka

francine j. harris, poet; Julie Otsuka, novelist

Lewis Center for the Arts’ Program in Creative Writing
216 Aaron Burr Hall , United States

On Writing an Opera about Family Separation at the US-Mexico Border

Anna Deeny Morales, Georgetown University

Program in Latin American Studies
010 East Pyne Princeton, NJ, United States

2022-23 Old Dominion Public Lecture Series – The Less Selfish Gene: Forest Altruism, Neoliberalism, and the Tree of Life

Rob Nixon, English, High Meadows Environmental Institute

Humanities Council
202 Jones Hall and Zoom 202 Jones Hall, NJ

The Matter of Inscription in Early Modern China

Thomas Kelly, Harvard University

East Asian Studies Program
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