The Next Chapter: Alumni Conversations in the Department of English. Please join us on March 3, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. via Zoom to meet the panel of Princeton University English Department alumni:
Inglorious, Unemployed: Trans/Crip Conjunctions and the Law of Maims in Samson Agonistes
Friday, February 19
1:30 – 3:00, Panel 1: Capital Accounts
On the Threshold of Friendship: Socialist Sympathy at the Fin de Siècle
Gemma Holgate (Royal Holloway, University of London)
The Program in Journalism is excited to be holding its signature event for the semester on Feb. 16, on the future of Objectivity.
A discussion of Decolonizing Diasporas: Radical Mappings of Afro-Atlantic Literature
Do you want to bring a smile to someone's face this Valentine's Day? Then join us for this group workshop where you will create an original piece of art or writing, then email it to someone in need as a Valentine's Day card. No experience with art or writing necessary.
On Thursday, February 11th at 5:00pm EST, the Asian American Student Association (AASA) and the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students (ODUS) are thrilled to share one of today’s most brilliant and inventiv
Who's Laughing Now?: Black Affective Play and Formalist Innovation in Twenty-First Century Black Literary Satire
Dissertation advisers: Anne Cheng, William Gleason, Daphne Brooks (Yale)
Join us Wednesday, January 20th at 3:00 p.m. for a discussion of Jane Austen's EMMA hosted by Jeewon Yoo and Yan Che.
Join us Wednesday, January 13th at 3:00 p.m. for a discussion of the film EMMA. (dir. Autumn de Wilde, 2020) hosted by Jeewon Yoo and Yan Che.
Mere Curiosity: Knowledge, Desire, and Peril in the British and Irish Gothic Novel, 1796-1820
Dissertation advisers: Claudia Johnson, Esther Schor
We invite you to celebrate the end of the semester with us on Wednesday, December 9th at 6:00 PM (EST) with an online screening of Metropolitan (1990) followed by a casual discussion on Zoom. All English department faculty, staff, and graduate students are invited to attend.
Rethinking Renaissance Symbolism: Material Culture, Visual Signs, and Failure in Early Modern Literature, 1587-1644
Dissertation advisers: Russ Leo, Rhodri Lewis, Nigel Smith
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.
Join us on Friday, November 20th at 4:30 PM as Organizing Stories presents a Student-Faculty Activist Workshop with S.O.N.G.
Please join us for our English Department At-Home.
Welcome Sophomores and First-Year Students!
Join the Shakespeare and Company Project (https://shakespeareandco.princeton.edu) for a conversation about the Lost Generation and the books they loved.