Lisa Dwan, actor, Fall 2020
Robert Alter, Professor of Hebrew and Comparative Literature at the University of California at Berkeley, Fall 2019
Sarnath Banerjee, Artist, filmmaker, and author of graphic fiction, Spring 2019
Pascal Rambert, former director of T2G, Théâtre de Gennevilliers, choreographer, playwright, Spring 2019
Susan Meiselas, leading photojournalist, president of the Magnum Foundation, Fall 2018
Ariella Azoulay, Professor, Modern Culture and Media and Comparative Literature, Brown University, Spring 2018
Guillaume Gallienne, French actor and director, Sociétaire of the Comédie-Française, Spring 2018
Gabriele Pedullà, Associate Professor, Italian Literature, Universita’ Degli Studi Roma Tre, Spring 2018
Ruben Santiago-Hudson, actor, director and playwright, Spring 2018
Thomas Guthrie, director, actor and musician; founder, Guthrie Opera Theatre Company, Fall 2017
Greg Tate, writer and musician, Fall 2017
Andrew Solomon, writer and lecturer on psychology, politics, and the arts, Fall 2014
Humanitarian Photojournalism: A History of the Present: A public conversation on October 18 & 19, 2018 with Peter van Agtmael, Sim Chi Yin, and Susan Meiselas, Visiting Belknap Fellow in the Humanities Council and Department of English, discuss the history of photographic reportage, especially reporting of war and atrocity moderated by Katherine Bussard, the Peter C. Bunnell Curator of Photography at the Princeton University Art Museum.
The Moral Economy: A work shop and conversation on April 6 & 7, 2018 led by Jeremy Adelman (History) and Samuel Moyn (Yale) discuss the idea of moral economy from the eighteenth century to the present. The keynote will be given by Michael Sandel (Harvard).
Jenny Erpenbeck: A reading by German author Jenny Erpenbeck from her book, Go, Went, Gone was followed by a conversation with Deborah Amos, Humanities Council’s Ferris Professor of Journalism.
Dacia Maraini, Jhumpa Lahiri and Alessandro Giammei : A reading by award-winning writer and activist Dacia Maraini in Italian followed by a conversation with faculty members Alessandro Giammei and Jhumpa Lahiri. Co-sponsored with Princeton’s Creative Writing Program and the Department of French and Italian.
Maylis De Kerangal: French author of The Heart, Maylis De Kerangal, and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Viet Thanh Nguyen read from and discussed their work. Presented in co-sponsorship with Princeton’s Creative Writing Program, with additional support from the Program in American Studies, Department of Comparative Literature, and the Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication.