Dissertation Advisers: Leonard Barkan, Jeff Dolven, Russ Leo, Nigel Smith
The Origins of the Concept of Freedom of the Press
Reception in the Thorp Library, McCosh Hall, to follow talk.
Gregor Moder will be visitng our English Department to deliver a talk titled "The Theatricality of Power: Of Kings and Fools".
Gregor Moder is coming to us from Slovenia and is affiliated with The University of Ljubljana.
On Halloween 2018, there will be a world-wide marathon reading of Mary Shelley’s extraordinary novel: “Frankenread”–various groups, academic, civic reading the entire novel. This event will be variously recorded by the NEH.
"Frankenstein's Progeny." A panel of talks: Gunnar Rice (English 2017), Madeleine Broome (science '19), Joyce Carol Oates, Emerita Berlind Professor.
"Frankenstein, Frankenstein, and the Dreams of Science," a lecture by Susan Wolfson.
November 8, 4:45, at the Lewis Library, as part of the Library's 10th anniversary
Sponsored by the English Department Victorian Colloquium, 20th C. Colloquium and the Princeton Center for Digital Humanities
Playing Songs and Singing Plays: Ballads and Plays in the Early Modern Period
Reception in Thorp Library to follow talk.
Dissertation Advisers: Diana Fuss, Joshua Kotin, Meredith Martin
Brian Cassidy will lead a workshop at Rare Books and Special Collections at Firestone Library titled, "The Machines That Made Them: Identifying Twentieth-Century Duplicating Technologies."