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A Reading of Colm Tóibín’s Pale Sister by Lisa Dwan
The Department of English and the Council of the Humanities invite you to a rehearsed reading of Colm Tóibín’s Pale Sister by Lisa Dwan. Don’t miss this opportunity to witness this amazing performance.
t4t: A Trans Studies Symposium
The Trans Studies Symposium will bring together artists, scholars, and community organizers to be in dialogue about the current state of trans studies and movement building. Over four conversations, the symposium will help to unfurl the legacies of trans organizing, scholarship, art practices, and histories, and how we might consider this history as we move forward into a precarious future.
Department Literary Review: Shelter in Place
Here's one way to connect while we are apart: "Here and There," the English Department podcast and literary review, made by our English Outreach Interns and featuring student prose, poetry, illustrated graphic fiction and non-fiction, visual art, radio storytelling, and interviews with English faculty and members of the Princeton communi
Statement on Anti-Racism
The Princeton English Department supports and actively seeks to promote anti-racism within and beyond our teaching and research.
This page collects recent public-facing writing by English Department alumni, faculty and current students (undergraduate and graduate) that addresses urgent contemporary topics, including the pandemic, the national reckoning with racism, the environment, and the role of arts in times of crisis.
Monica Huerta addresses "Anti-racism and the Problem of the Soul" at the Los Angeles Review of Books
Assistant Professor Monica Huerta addresses "Anti-racism and the Problem of the Soul" at the Los Angeles Review of Books.
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