Events Archive

2012-2013

Symposia/Conferences
Feb 27
Hinds Library, McCosh Hall 12: 00 PM
Colloquia
Feb 26
Richard Kaye, Graduate Center, CUNY
40 McCosh Hall 4: 30 PM

" 'Oh God, There is No Woman in This': A Marriage Below Zero, the Somerset Family Scandals, and the Sodomitical Threat to the Victorian Family"

Reception in the Thorp Library to follow talk.

Colloquia
Feb 21
Joseph Slaughter, Department of English & Contemporary Literature, Columbia University
40 McCosh Hall 5: 30 PM

"However Incompletely, Human: Crusoe, Colonial Corporations, and Other Partial Creatures of Human Rights"

Symposia/Conferences
Feb 21
Rod Ferguson (Minnesota) and Grace Hong (UCLA)
100 Jones Hall 4: 30 PM

The Intersections Working Group in

Colloquia
Feb 20
Christopher Rovee, Department of English, Louisiana State University
40 McCosh Hall 4: 30 PM

"Romanticism, Inc.: New Critical Professionalism and the Appreciation of Wordsworth"

Reception in the Thorp Library to follow talk.

 

Undergraduate dates/deadlines
Feb 20
Graduate dates/deadlines
Feb 19
Hinds Library, McCosh Hall 4: 30 PM
Symposia/Conferences
Feb 15
Colloquia
Feb 13
Patrick Moran, Princeton Writing Center, Princeton University
Hinds Library, McCosh Hall 4: 30 PM

"The Modernist Butterfly: Subtle Mimicry in the Early Twentieth Century Novel"

 

Reception in the Thorp Library to follow talk.

Lectures
Feb 13
Ken Hiltner, Currie C. and Thomas A Barron Visiting Professor
Guyot Hall, Room 10 4: 30 PM

Co-Sponsored by the Princeton Environmental Institute and the English Department

Colloquia
Feb 13
Rhodri Lewis, St. Hugh's College, Oxford
McCosh Hall B45 4: 30 PM

"The Error of Our Eye Directs Our Mind: Shakespeare on Romantic Misapprehension

Faculty meetings
Feb 12
48 McCosh Hall 4: 30 PM
Meetings for Majors
Feb 12
Hinds Library, McCosh Hall 12: 00 PM

IMPORTANT Meeting for all Sophomores interested in the English Department's Princeton in London program, fall 2013.  If you're a prospective major who likes the idea of studying in London for a semester, come to our meeting in the Hinds Library, Tuesday February 12, at noon.  Pizza will be served

Readings
Feb 08
Hinds Library, McCosh Hall 6: 00 PM
Marathon reading of John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost on Friday 8 February in the Hinds LIbrary in McCosh (Room B14). We will begin at 6 PM and continue until we finish the poem, probably around 3 or 4 AM.
Lectures
Feb 07
Wayne Koestenbaum
106 McCormick 4: 30 PM

"Odd Secrets of the Line"

Graduate dates/deadlines
Feb 05
Hinds Library, McCosh Hall 4: 30 PM
Undergraduate dates/deadlines
Feb 04
n/a (All day)
Final Public Orals
Jan 16
John T. Reuland, Department of English, Princeton University
40 McCosh Hall 3: 00 PM

"The Self Unenclosed: A New Literary History of Pragmatism, 1890-1940"

Undergraduate dates/deadlines
Jan 16
n/a (All day)
Undergraduate dates/deadlines
Jan 15
22 McCosh Hall (All day)

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