Co-sponsored by the Department of Comparative Literature, Department of English, Department of French and Italian, Department of History, Princeton University Graduate School, Program in American Studies
Reception at Prospect House to follow event.
We are holding a marathon reading of John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost this Friday, 3 March in the the Hinds Library, McCosh Hall basement; enter through entrance 2.
"Scholarly Publishing Workshop: What, Where, When, and How"
Co- sponsored by the Department of Comparative Literature, Department of English, English Department Graduate Action Committee, Program in American Studies
Lunch will be provided.
PROSPECTIVE ENGLISH MAJORS MEETING
FEBRUARY 23, 4:30-5:30, MCCOSH 40:
Fall Semester 2017, Princeton English Program at University College of London.
"The voice explaining at once formally and intimately": James Merrill's 'Cavafy' and the Poetics of Intimacy
This graduate student conference will examine how conceptions of the natural and the unnatural fundamentally shape cultural expression in 19th-Century Britain.
Maxims and the Mind: Sententiousness from Seventeenth-Century Science to the Eighteenth-Century Novel
Professor Castell presented his work on Romanticism in the Anthropocene, a uniquely interdisciplinary event that attracted students from various departments (science as well as humanities fields) and put the humanities in conversation with environmental sciences.
Between Siblings: Form and Family in the Modern Novel
"Pace and the Westering of Epiphany"