Calendar of Events

219 Aaron Burr Hall

Colloquium ∙ News from Aphrodisias: Greek urban culture under the Roman Empire, April 21-22

Bert Smith, Stanley Kelley, Jr., Oxford University and Department of Art and Archaeology

Department of Art and Archaeology, Department of Classics, and Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies
Princeton Garden Theatre 160 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ, United States

Cinema with Power | Public Screening of “Matto Ki Saikil” with Intro and Q&A session by Prakash Jha

M.S. Chadha Center for Global India
010 East Pyne Princeton, NJ, United States

Symposium | Psychoanalysis and its Discontents: Reality, Media, and the Subject

Department of Gemran; Department of Art & Archaeology; Program in Media and Modernity; School of Architecture
A71 Louis A. Simpson Building

Negative Anthropology: Shakespeare, Sophocles, Freud

Eric Santner, University of Chicago

Comparative Literature
Princeton Public Library

“Toni Morrison: Sites of Memory”: The Making of an Exhibit

Autumn Womack, English and African American Studies; René Boatman, Princeton University Library; Jennifer Garcon, Princeton University Library; Andrew Schlager, English

Princeton University Library; Princeton Public Library; National Endowment for the Humanities
002 Robertson Bowl

Roundtable on Reporting/Writing the History of the War in Ukraine

Dariya Orlova, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy; Olena Lysenko, documentary filmmaker; Yana Prymachenko, Department of History; Iryna Vushko, Department of History

University Center for Human Values; UCHV Film Forum; Program in Journalism
211 Dickinson Hall or Zoom

“A Nation of Prisoners: The Rise and Growth of Immigration Detention in the United States”

Ana Minian, Stanford University

Center for Collaborative History
Room N107, School of Architecture Room N107, School of Architecture, Princeton, NJ, United States

“The Geometries of Afro Asia”

Joan Kee, University of Michigan and MoMA

Program in Media and Modernity
Labyrinth Books 122 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ, United States

LLL Presents | Myth America: Historians Take on the Biggest Lies about the Past

Kevin M. Kruse, Department of History; Julian E. Zelizer, Department of History and the School of Public and International Affairs

Labyrinth Books; Princeton Public Library; Humanities Council; Center for Collaborative History
Godfrey Kerr Theater Studio, Lewis Arts complex 122 ALEXANDER STREET, Princeton, NJ, United States

L’Avant-Scène presents “Quai ouest” by Bernard-Marie Koltès

Department of French and Italian
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