Intersections Working Group presents Hazel V. Carby
Co-sponsored by the Department of African American Studies and the Department of English
Acclaimed French author of The Heart, Maylis de Kerangal, and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Viet Thanh Nguyen read from and discuss their work.
Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Religion, Humanities Council and the Department of English.
Hosted by the Northeast Milton Seminar
Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Religion, Humanities Council and Department of English
Anahid Nersessian presented a thought-provoking paper on obscurity in Wordsworth, which was followed by a lively discussion with graduate students and faculty.
Please join us on the patio of the Yankee Doodle Tap Room (inside, in case of inclement weather) at 4:30 pm for our annual happy hour. Enjoy the company of fellow Victorianists, learn about the year’s upcoming events, and kick off the fall semester!
The Academic Expo brings together the many outstanding departments and programs that Princeton has to offer and will encourage freshmen to explore courses and consider various academic options.
English Department Class Day ceremony and reception.
POEMS BEFORE LUNCH. Friday, May 27, 2106. 10:30am - 11:30am, McCosh 40
Migrant Modalities: Radical Democracy and Intersectional Praxis in American Literatures, 1923-1976
Advisers: Daphne Brooks (Yale), Valerie Smith (Swarthmore), Alexandra Vazquez (NYU), Kinohi Nishikawa (reader), Department of English, Princeton University
Visible Plots, Invisible Realms
Advisers: Claudia Johnson, Sarah Rivett, Susan Wolfson
Being Property Once Myself: In Pursuit of the Animal in 20th Century African American Literature
Advisers: Anne Cheng, William Gleason, Imani Perry
In recent years, theoretical developments across several disciplines (history, art history, literary studies) have highlighted the intrinsic dependence of the political in general, and early modern European politics in particular, on the suggestive powers of images and fictions.