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101 McCormick Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544 United States

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Thu, 5/26 · 8:00 amSat, 5/28 · 5:00 pm UTC+0 · Bowen Hall

Through a Glass Darkly: The Visual Culture of Alchemy

Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials (PRISM)

Tue, 5/24 · 7:30 pm EDT · Zoom

Asian American Films Seminar: The Celine Archive (Dir. Celine Parreñas Shimizu, 2020)

Denise Cruz, Columbia University; Celine Parreñas Shimizu, University of California at Santa Cruz

Renew Theaters' Deep Focus

Sat, 5/21 · 10:30 am12:00 pm UTC+0 · 101 Friend Center

Reunions 2022 Panel — From Kabul to Kyiv: International Correspondents Review the News and How It Is Covered

Princeton Alumni Weekly; Program in Journalism
Image of PAW/JRN Reunions panel in 2018

Sat, 5/21 · 9:45 am5:00 pm UTC+0 · Zoom

Conference: Comparative Mysticisms

Amy Hollywood, Harvard Divinity School

Comparative Antiquity: A Humanities Council Global Initiative; Department of Classics; Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies

Fri, 5/20 · 7:30 pmSun, 5/22 · 10:00 pm EDT · Theatre Intime

Shrek the Musical – Theatre Intime & PUP Reunions Show (Evening Shows)

Theatre Intime & the Princeton University Players

Fri, 5/20 · 2:00 pm4:30 pm EDT · Theatre Intime

Shrek the Musical – Theatre Intime & PUP Reunions Show (Matinee)

Theatre Intime & the Princeton University Players

Thu, 5/12 · 5:00 pm6:00 pm EDT · A71 Louis A. Simpson Building and Zoom

A Glass Dream. Byzantine Wall Mosaics and the Alchemy of Making

Liz James, University of Sussex

Weitzmann Lecture sponsored by the Department of Art & Archaeology

Wed, 5/11 · 6:00 pm7:30 pm UTC+0 · Labyrinth Books and Livestream

Translating Myself and Others

Jhumpa Lahiri, Program in Creative Writing; Sandra Bermann, Comparative Literature

Labyrinth Books; Lewis Center for the Arts; Humanities Council

Wed, 5/11 · 1:00 pmThu, 5/12 · 6:00 pm EDT · Firestone Library, Floor B and Zoom

New Languages for NLP: Building Linguistic Diversity in the Digital Humanities Conference

Center for Digital Humanities

Wed, 5/11 · 12:00 pmFri, 5/13 · 5:00 pm EDT · 012 East Pyne or Zoom

The Automated Condition. Manifestations and Narratives in Art, Literature and Culture

Joanna Zylinska, Professor of Media Philosophy and Critical Digital Practice at the Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London

German Department

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