News Archive

2013-2014

Jane Austen to the life? - Claudia Johnson's recent article in the TLS Posted September 5, 2013 Claudia L. Johnson, Murray Professor of English, was recently published in the August 28, 2013 edition of the Times Literary Supplement.
New Publications Translated by Prof. Susan Stewart Posted July 25, 2013 New Publications Translated by Prof. Susan Stewart from University of Chicago Press

2012-2013

New Book by Emeritus Prof. John V. Fleming Posted July 18, 2013 "The Dark Side of Enlightenment: Wizards, Alchemists, and Spiritual Seekers in the Age of Reason"
Graduate Student, Dan Johnson, Featured in PAW Article Posted July 3, 2013 Read the full article here.
New Book Reading: Jeff Dolven "Speculative Music" Posted July 2, 2013 Speculative Music, at Labyrinth Books - Thursday, Sept 26, 2013 - 6 p.m.
Prof. Deborah Nord honored for distinguished teaching Posted June 7, 2013 Four Princeton University faculty members received President's Awards for Distinguished Teaching at Commencement ceremonies Tuesday, June 4.
Congratulations Class of 2013 Posted June 5, 2013 Congratulations to the Class of 2013 and especially prizewinners recognized at the Class Day Awards Ceremony.
Graduate Student, Amelia Worsley, honored for excellence in teaching. Posted May 30, 2013 The Princeton University Graduate School will present awards to five graduate students in recognition of their outstanding abilities as teachers.
Vazquez cover
New Book by Prof. Alexandra Vazquez Posted May 28, 2013 Listening in Detail is an original and impassioned take on the intellectual and sensory bounty of Cuban music as it circulates between the island, the United States, and other locations.
Prof. Jeff Dolven quoted in article "A Writing Class Focused on Goodbyes" Posted May 20, 2013 "A Writing Class Focused on Goodbyes" in the New York Times
Photos from ENG 223 Cooking Celebration Posted May 13, 2013 Photos from ENG 223 Cooking Celebration
Wayside Shrines Posted May 9, 2013

Wayside Shrines perform Saturday, May 11 at 4:00 at the Princeton Public Library's Hinds Plaza.

Wayside Shirnes includes Princeton faculty members Nigel Smith and Pual Muldoon.

Early Modern Music
Photos from Early Modern Music event Posted May 3, 2013 Here are some photos of the Early Modern Music event on May 2
Prof. Maria DiBattista's proposal for International Network for Comparative Humanities selected Posted May 3, 2013 Princeton University's Council for International Teaching and Research has selected faculty proposals to create global networks to allow scholars to focus on interdisciplinary research in the humanities and experimental methods in political economy.
Photos from "What We Loved: A Conversation with Prof. Michael Wood" Posted April 26, 2013 Photos from: What We Loved: A Conversation with Prof. Michael Wood
Princeton English Graduate Student Roy Scranton featured on WHYY Posted April 26, 2013 Matt Gallagher and Roy Scranton on Radio Times
A Man For the Books Posted April 23, 2013 A gathering to honor the generosity of Leonard L. Milberg ’53
New Book by Prof. Diana Fuss Posted April 23, 2013 In Dying Modern, Diana Fuss identifies three distinct but largely unrecognized voices within the well-studied genre of the elegy: the dying voice, the reviving voice, and the surviving voice.
The Word On The Street Posted April 10, 2013 Wayside Shrines, a band including Princeton English Professor Nigel Smith, has released a new album "The Word on the Street".

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