2018 - 2019
The Princeton University Program in American Studies and Program in Asian American Studies invite you to explore Japanese America, past and present, transpacific and hemispheric.
This event is restricted to English Department graduate students.
Forgetting, Knowledge, and Action: The Work of Gertrude Stein
Calling all rising juniors! If you are considering declaring either English or Comparative Literature and would like to study abroad in Fall 2019, then please join us on Wednesday, Feb. 13th for lunch and conversation.
Presentation by Princeton Office of Career Services
Not sure what you will be doing after graduation? Join this workshop to learn from Career Services about how you can translate your skills as writers, researchers, critical thinkers and creative problem-solvers to jobs in a variety of industries. Refreshments will be provided.
Seniors & Juniors, Create Your Post-Graduation Roadmap
Faithful Readings: Religion, Hermeneutics, and the Habits of Criticism, 1880-1950
Dissertation Advisers: Diana Fuss, Joshua Kotin, Sarah Rivett
A copy of the dissertation is available for review in 22 McCosh Hall.
Good Girls: Female Agency and Convention in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel
Dissertation Advisers: Anne Cheng, Claudia Johnson, Deborah Nord
Endowed by the Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer A. Scott Berg `71 h03.
Hosted by the English Department Graduate Action Committee (GAC)
There is a reading assignment for the workshop. Please bring the Aylmer Maude translation of Tolstoy's story along with the handout of relevant passages (available via the link below), and be prepared to discuss both. Graduate students and faculty are welcome.
Department of English Senior Thesis Deadline:
20 pages and/or 1 chapter due by 12 Noon via Dropbox and to your Adviser
Popular Science and Modernist Poetry
Dissertation Advisers: Diana Fuss, Joshua Kotin, Meredith Martin
All-day "Writing Boot Camp" for current English majors working on their junior paper or senior thesis.