Calendar of Events

16 Joseph Henry House

Where Slaves Became Queens

Channing Joseph, Journalism; Brian Herrera, Lewis Center for the Arts

Program in Journalism
School of Architecture

Mellon Forum // Stigma, public space, and the symbolic value of race in Cartagena, Colombia

Melissa Valle, Princeton-Mellon, SPIA; Frederick Wherry, Sociology

Princeton Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism & the Humanities
Firestone Library, Classroom A-6F

Douglass Day Transcribe-a-Thon

Center for Digital Humanities; Princeton University Library
A71 Louis A. Simpson Building

Translators in/and the Academy

Natasha Wimmer, translator; Lisa Dillman, Emory University; Heather Clear, translatory

Program in Translation & Intercultural Communication
Zoom Princeton, NJ, United States

CDH Grants Information Session

Center for Digital Humanities
216 Aaron Burr Hall , United States

The Puzzle of Panamanian Exceptionalism

James Loxton, University of Sydney; PLAS Visiting Research Scholar

Program in Latin American Studies
205 East Pyne

“Europe raped your mother:” The De/Colonialization of Medea (Grillparzer – Jahnn – Jones)

Frauke Berndt, Universität Zurich

German Department
202 Jones Hall

Imperial Gateway: Colonial Taiwan and Japan’s Expansion in South China and Southeast Asia, 1895-1945

Seiji Shirane, The City College of New York

East Asian Studies Program

Ecotheories Colloquium: Black Soil

Kimberly Bain, University of British Columbia

Department of English
A17 Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building Washington Road, Princeton, NJ

The Devil of Details: Titivillus, from Yesterday’s Monks to Today’s Dungeons & Dragons

Jan Ziolkowski, Harvard University

Program in Medieval Studies; Eberhard L. Faber 1915 Memorial Fund in the Humanities Council
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