Calendar of Events

330 Frist Princeton, NJ, United States

McGraw Center Faculty Roundtable: Teaching Native American and Indigenous Studies

Elizabeth Ellis, History; Nathan Jessee, High Meadows Environmental Institute; Ikaika Ramones, Anthropology; Ryo Morimoto, Anthropology

McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning
Zoom Princeton, NJ, United States

Writing and Translating Poetry in Times of War

Ilya Kaminsky, Lewis Center for the Arts; Lesyk Panasiuk, writer and translator

Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication
016 Robertson Hall

Chile 9/11 Series | Diamela Eltit: ‘Lumpérica’ 40 Years, A Symposium

Diamela Eltit, Chilean Artist

Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies
100 Jones Hall

Mining a Toxic Quarry: Louise Dupin’s Construction of the Work on Women

Angela Hunter, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Rebecca Wilkin, Pacific Lutheran University

Department of French and Italian
203 Scheide Caldwell House

Mytelka Memorial Seminar – The Jewish Bookshelf in Medieval Cairo: Book Lists from the Cairo Genizah

Ronny Vollandt, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität

Program in Judaic Studies
301 Wooten Hall

A Film Composer Fails Magnificently: Subjectivity and The Invention of Meaning in Film Scoring

Troy Herion, composer
245 East Pyne 245 East Pyne, Princeton, NJ, United States

The Sergei Loznitsa Symposium

Lioudmila Fedorova, Georgetown University

Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures; Humanities Council
Room N107, School of Architecture Room N107, School of Architecture, Princeton, NJ, United States

“Architecture’s Theory”

Catherine Ingraham, Pratt Institute

Program in Media and Modernity
Firestone Library Princeton, NJ, United States

When Pages Breathe: Bringing Good Books to Life – An evening of reader’s theater

Antoinette LaVecchia, actor; Maren Maclean, actor; Ruben Santiago-Hudson; actor; Sharon Washington, writer; Judith Hamera, Lewis Center for the Arts

Lewis Center for the Arts' Program in Theater; Princeton University Library
Princeton Public Library

LLL Presents Boo Trundle & Christie Henry – “The Daughter Ship: A Novel”

Boo Trundle, writer and performer; Christie Henry, Princeton University Press

Labyrinth Books; Princeton Public Library; Princeton University Press; Humanities Council
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