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‘Juliet and Romeo’: Newly unearthed text suggests how Milton might have edited Shakespeare
Professor Rhodri Lewis states in a recent Washington Post article, that “We now have firsthand evidence — literally, firsthand evidence — of arguably the second-greatest 17th-century writer reading the first,” said Rhodri Lewis, an English professor at Princeton University who has studied Milton and Shakespeare. “That’s an absolutely extraordinary thing.”
Esther Schor pens New York Times op-ed
"What the Trump Administration Gets Wrong About the Statue of Liberty"
Toni Morrison, Nobel-winning author and emeritus Princeton faculty member, dies at 88
World-renowned writer and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison, the Robert F. Goheen Professor in the Humanities, Emeritus, at Princeton University, died Monday, Aug. 5. She was 88.
Course news: Interdisciplinary art history: Studying paintings from different perspectives
This year, Bridget Alsdorf, associate professor of art and archaeology, taught two courses on 19th-century French painting: “Painting and Literature in 19th-Century France and England,” co-taught with Deborah Nord, the Woodrow Wilson Professor of Literature, and “Self and Society in 19th-Century French Painting.”
2019 Hooding Ceremony
Congratulations to our 2019 graduating PhDs!!
Congratulations to Lucina Schwartz on her Fulbright ETA Program Award
Congratulations to newly graduated senior, Lucina Schwartz on her Fulbright ETA Program Award.
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