2018 - 2019
Curious Creatures: Sentience, Imitation, and the Case of the Medieval Ape
A workshop production of Bob Sandberg's new musical Mad Dreams, a re-imagining of A Midsummer Night's Dream, will be at the Lewis Center's Wallace Theater, this coming weekend, October 19-21. It's free but advance ticketing is recommended. More information is here:
"Willing Wandering: Being mobile between creative and critical imaginaries"
Followed by Q&A with Lauren Greenfield and Professor Anne Cheng
Panel Discussion: Ethics and Victorian Studies
Reception in the Thorp Library to follow talk.
Meaning in Language: A Computer's Perspective
On Postcolonial Tragedy: Moral Residue and the Affliction of Second Thoughts
Claudia Johnson, a leading Austen scholar, discusses “The Beautifull Cassandra: A Novel in Twelve Chapters,” the “novel in miniature” written by Jane Austen when
Free and open to the public.
For full program go to: http://german.princeton.edu/event/domestic-violence-the-limits-and-possi...
Co-Sponsored by The Department of English
Princeton In Africa presents: Exploring Global Narratives: Navigating Identity, Resistance, & Gender Through Storytelling
"'The poem is correspondingly gratified': Frank O’Hara’s Confidential Poetics"
Papers will be precirculated one week in advance. Please contact Professor Joshua Kotin or Professor Kinohi Nishikawa if you have any questions about this workshop.
This seminar is directed by an English department professor and includes a lecture on October 2, 2018 at 5pm.
RSVP's required; information in poster
This lecture is directed by an English department facutly member and open to the public.
A Reading with Tom Pickard
Making the Body Speak: Anatomy, Autopsy and Testimony in Early America, 1639-1790
Dissertation Advisers: Sophie Gee, William Gleason, Sarah Rivett
The Origins of the Concept of Freedom of the Press
Reception in the Thorp Library, McCosh Hall, to follow talk.
Shakespeare and the Spectacle of University Drama
Dissertation Advisers: Leonard Barkan, Jeff Dolven, Russ Leo, Nigel Smith
The dissertation is available for review in the Department of English office, 22 McCosh Hall.