Events

Sep 30
Ali Mctar, Department of English, Princeton University
Zoom information: https://princeton.zoom.us/j/99533075611; Meeting ID: 995 3307 5611 11: 00 AM

Fallen Father: John Milton, Antinomianism, and the Case Against Adam

Dissertation advisers:  Jeff Dolven, Russ Leo, and Nigel Smith

Oct 05
Prof. Evie Shockley, Rutgers University, Professor of English
virtual - requires registration 4: 30 PM

"Black Graphics: The Flesh Made Word."

Oct 13
Sarah Chihaya & Merve Emre, co-authors of The Ferrante Letters
virtual 5: 30 PM

A conversation with co-authors of "The Ferrante Letters" Sarah Chihaya and Merve Emre 

Personal Limits is a conversation series with critics, authors, and poets about contemporary experiments in personal writing amidst our ongoing and overlapping crises hosted by Prof. Monica Huerta.

Oct 15
Daniel M. Hazard, Department of English, Princeton University
Zoom information: https://princeton.zoom.us/j/97464089859; Meeting ID: 974 6408 9859 11: 00 AM

Title TBA

Dissertation advisers:  Zahid Chaudhary, Simon Gikandi, Rachel Price

Oct 28
Prof. Kara Keeling, University of Chicago, Professor in the Department of Cinema and Media Studies and the College
virtual - requires registration 4: 30 PM

The Intersections Lecture Series this year represents a department wide collaboration to bring to campus scholars whose work on race, difference, and social justice has remapped disciplinary boundaries and redefined how we think about the relationship between critical theory and social activism. 

Nov 11
Lili Loofbourow, staff writer at Slate
virtual 6: 00 PM

A conversation with "Slate" staff writer Lili Loofbourow

Personal Limits is a conversation series with critics, authors, and poets about contemporary experiments in personal writing amidst our ongoing and overlapping crises hosted by Prof. Monica Huerta.

Nov 16
Professor Cajetan Iheka, Yale University, Associate Professor of English
virtual - requires registration 4: 30 PM

"Media Convergence: Cecil the Lion Meets Black Lives Matter."

Dec 07
Professor Yogita Goyal, University of Los Angeles, Professor of English and African American Studies
virtual - requires registration 4: 30 PM

The Intersections Lecture Series this year represents a department wide collaboration to bring to campus scholars whose work on race, difference, and social justice has remapped disciplinary boundaries and redefined how we think about the relationship between critical theory and social activism. 

Dec 08
Dan-el Padilla Peralta, author of Undocumented
virtual 6: 00 PM

A conversation with author Dan-El Padilla Peralta ("Undocumented: A Dominican Boy's Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to the Ivy League")

Jan 25
Professor Malik Gaines, New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Associate Professor of Theater and Performance Studies
virtual - requires registration 4: 30 PM

The Intersections Lecture Series this year represents a department wide collaboration to bring to campus scholars whose work on race, difference, and social justice has remapped disciplinary boundaries and redefined how we think about the relationship between critical theory and social activism. 

Feb 09
Alexis Pauline Gumbs, author of Undrowned; Dub: Finding Ceremony; M Archive; and Spill Tala Khanmalek, founding director of Sailing for Social Justice
virtual 6: 00 PM

A conversation with author Alexis Pauline Gumbs (Undrowned, Dub: Finding Ceremony, M Archive, Spill) and founding director of Sailing for Social Justice, Tala Khanmalek

Mar 22
Professor Funi Okiji, University of California Berkeley, Assistant Professor of Rhetoric
virtual - requires registration 4: 30 PM

The Intersections Lecture Series this year represents a department wide collaboration to bring to campus scholars whose work on race, difference, and social justice has remapped disciplinary boundaries and redefined how we think about the relationship between critical theory and social activism. 

Apr 05
Professor Sasha-Mae Eccleston, Brown University, John Rowe Workman Assistant Professor of Classics
virtual - requires registration 4: 30 PM

The Intersections Lecture Series this year represents a department wide collaboration to bring to campus scholars whose work on race, difference, and social justice has remapped disciplinary boundaries and redefined how we think about the relationship between critical theory and social activism.