Events Archive

2017-2018

Graduate dates/deadlines
Mar 26
Lectures
Mar 15
Lisa Brooks, Department of English and Department of American Studies, Amherst College
Firestone Library, Floor B, Center for Digital Humanities 4: 30 PM

Our Beloved Kin: A Digital Awikhigan

Lectures
Mar 15
Gale R. Owen-Crocker
2 McCosh Hall (outer entry door B) 11: 30 AM

Gale R. Owen-Crocker, BA, PhD, FSA, is Professor Emerita of The University of Manchester, UK, where, before her retirement, she was Professor of Anglo-Saxon Culture and Director of the Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies.

Lectures
Mar 14
Gale R. Owen-Crocker
The Index of Medieval Art, McCormick Hall 4: 45 PM

Gale R. Owen-Crocker, BA, PhD, FSA, is Professor Emerita of The University of Manchester, UK, where, before her retirement, she was Professor of Anglo-Saxon Culture and Director of the Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies.

Graduate dates/deadlines
Mar 14
Daniel Braun, Department of English, Princeton University
Hinds Library (Room B14), McCosh Hall 12: 00 PM

"T.S. Eliot's Estimations"

Lectures
Mar 13
Nicky Zeeman
McCosh Hall, 40 4: 30 PM
Colloquia
Mar 13
Nicolette Zeeman, Department of English, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Hinds Library, B14 McCosh Hall 4: 30 PM

The Hypocritical Figure

A reception in the Thorp Library will follow talk.

Graduate dates/deadlines
Mar 13
Monique Allewaert,University of Wisconsin-Madison author of Ariel’s Ecology: Personhood and Colonialism in the American Tro pics, 1760-1820
Prospect House, RSVP Required 12: 00 PM

What does the "Enlightenment" hold for us today?  Can certain radical and detoured "enlightenments" be useful in addressing the conjoined ecological and economic problems of our time?
 

Undergraduate dates/deadlines
Mar 13
Professor Zahid Chaudhary
Louis Simpson, Room A60 (Davis International Center Office of International Programs) 12: 00 PM

Information Session for Fall 2018:

Fall Semester at University College, London

Lectures
Mar 12
Monique Allewaert, University of Wisconsin-Madison, author of Ariel’s Ecology: Personhood and Colonialism in the American Tro pics, 1760-1820
106 McCormick 4: 30 PM
Colloquia
Mar 06
Meta DuEwa Jones, Department of English and Comparative Literature, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Hinds Library (Room B14), McCosh Hall 4: 30 PM

Alchemy in African/American Poetry: Experimental Ekphrasis

Readings
Feb 28
Joshua Kotin, Princeton University; Susan Stewart, Princeton University
Labyrinth Books, 122 Nassau St 6: 00 PM

Graduate dates/deadlines
Feb 28
Daniel Hazard, Department of English, Princeton University
Hinds Library (Room B14), McCosh Hall 12: 00 PM

"On Afro-Cuban Documentaries"

Colloquia
Feb 26
Karen Weisman, Department of English, University of Toronto
Hinds Library (Room B14), McCosh Hall 4: 30 PM

Singing in a Foreign Land: Anglo-Jewish Poetry in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century

Reception in the Thorp Library to follow talk.

Colloquia
Feb 22
Timothy Duffy, Department of Comparative Literature, New York University
40 McCosh Hall 4: 30 PM

Crashaw After Petrarch: Lyrics Against the World

Reception in the Thorp Library to folow talk.

Graduate dates/deadlines
Feb 21
Elspeth Green, Department of English, Princeton University
Hinds Library (Room B14), McCosh Hall 12: 00 PM

"T.S. Eliot's Chemistry"

Lectures
Feb 15
Micah Lazarus (Research Fellow at Trinity College, Cambridge)
Hinds Library 4: 30 PM
Symposia/Conferences
Feb 14
Catherine Malabou
12: 00 PM

Professor Malabou extends the claims both of her Gauss lecture and her recent book, "Befor Tomorrow, Epigenesis and Rationality (2016, Paris 2014)." To reserve a seat, please email both Andrew Cole (acole@princeton.edu) and Barbara Leavey (

Lectures
Feb 13
Catherine Malabou
101 McCormick Hall 5: 00 PM

Sponsored by Gauss Seminars in Criticism

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