Calendar of Events

Center for Modern Aging Princeton, 101 Poor Farm Road

Friends of Princeton University Library Small Talk: “When Books Went to War”

New York Law School, Center for Modern Aging Princeton, 101 Poor Farm Road

Molly Guptill Manning
010 East Pyne Princeton, NJ, United States

2023-24 Old Dominion Public Lecture Series – Reading (like a translator?): The War-time Poetry of René Char

Sandra Bermann, Comparative Literature

Humanities Council
103 Scheide Caldwell

“Trading Goods and Exchanging Faiths in the Late Antique Red Sea”

Valentina Grasso, Bard College

Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity; Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies
A17 Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building Washington Road, Princeton, NJ

Into the Forever and Beautiful Sky: Animal Brutality in a Galaxy of Limitless Capitalism

Andrea Jain, Indiana University

Center for Culture, Society and Religion
102 Jones Hall Princeton, NJ, United States

PISC no.5: “The Poet of Islam”: The Reception of Muhammad Iqbal in Egypt

Ahmed Elbenni, Near Eastern Studies

Near Eastern Studies; Religion; Humanities Council; Near Eastern Studies Program; CCSR
16 Joseph Henry House

Movies For Your Mind: Translating Research into Artful Audio Storytelling

Rund Abdelfatah, Visiting Ferris Professor of Journalism
113 Friend Center

Screening event: PBS American Experience “Freedom Riders”

William Clements and Phoebe Nobles, Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library

Princeton University Library; Princeton Area Alumni Association
010 East Pyne

Empires of galanterie: The Transformations of the Imperial Imagination in Eighteenth-century France

Charlotte Guichard, The Ecole Normale Supérieure

Department of Art and Archaeology
001 Robertson Hall

Stewart Lecture in Religion – Simone Weil and Etty Hillesum: Saints? Masochists? Both? Neither?

Timothy P. Jackson, Stewart Visiting Fellow in the Humanities Council and Department of Religion (Fall 2023)

Stewart Fund for Religion in the Humanities Council; Department of Religion
A71 Louis A. Simpson Building

“State and Nation Making in Latin America and Spain”

Miguel A. Centeno, SPIA; Agustin E. Ferraro, University of Salamanca

Program in Latin American Studies, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS)
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