Events

Jan 25
Professor Malik Gaines, New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Associate Professor of Theater and Performance Studies
virtual - requires registration 4: 30 PM

The Intersections Lecture Series this year represents a department wide collaboration to bring to campus scholars whose work on race, difference, and social justice has remapped disciplinary boundaries and redefined how we think about the relationship between critical theory and social activism. 

Jan 26
Scott Bartley, Department of English, Princeton University
Zoom information: https://princeton.zoom.us/j/97381756527; Meeting ID# 973 8175 6527 1: 00 PM

"Watch it closely": The Poetry and Poetics of Aesthetic Focus in The New Criticism and Middle Generation

Advisers:  Jeff Dolven, Meredith Martin, Esther Schor

Jan 27
Nathan Ashe, Department of English, Princeton University
Zoom information: https://princeton.zoom.us/j/99615325636; Meeting ID# 996 1532 5636 1: 00 PM

Narrative Energy: Physics and the Scientific Real in Victorian Literature

Advisers:  Zahid Chaudhary, Deborah Nord, Gauri Viswanathan (Columbia University)

Feb 03
Michael Harrington, Department of English, Princeton University
Zoom information: https://princeton.zoom.us/j/92762937532; meeting ID--927 6293 7532 12: 00 PM

Wild West Fringe: Queer Hermeneutics, Lil Nas X, and the Cowboy as Gimmick

 

Feb 09
Alexis Pauline Gumbs, author of Undrowned; Dub: Finding Ceremony; M Archive; and Spill Tala Khanmalek, founding director of Sailing for Social Justice
virtual 6: 00 PM

A conversation with author Alexis Pauline Gumbs (Undrowned, Dub: Finding Ceremony, M Archive, Spill) and founding director of Sailing for Social Justice, Tala Khanmalek

Feb 24
For details visit: https://netherlands.princeton.edu
virtual - registration required 9: 45 AM to 1: 30 PM

An interdisciplinary conference exploring the place of the Netherlands and its culture in the later 16th and 17th centuries as it began to exert influence across the globe and as it acted as a distinctive conduit for the transmission of American, African and Asian elements back into Europe.  Pape

Mar 22
Professor Funi Okiji, University of California Berkeley, Assistant Professor of Rhetoric
virtual - requires registration 4: 30 PM

The Intersections Lecture Series this year represents a department wide collaboration to bring to campus scholars whose work on race, difference, and social justice has remapped disciplinary boundaries and redefined how we think about the relationship between critical theory and social activism. 

Apr 05
Professor Sasha-Mae Eccleston, Brown University, John Rowe Workman Assistant Professor of Classics
virtual - requires registration 4: 30 PM

The Intersections Lecture Series this year represents a department wide collaboration to bring to campus scholars whose work on race, difference, and social justice has remapped disciplinary boundaries and redefined how we think about the relationship between critical theory and social activism. 

Apr 06
Sonya Posmentier, Department of English, New York University
Zoom info TBA 4: 30 PM

Title TBA

Apr 11
Ardis Butterfield Marie Borroff Professor of English, Professor of French, Professor of Music Ph.D., M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge M.A. University of Bristol
Chancellor Green 105 4: 30 PM to 6: 00 PM

Princeton Seminar in Poetry & Poetics - "Songwriting: Theory of Medieval Song"

Rescheduled Dates and Times tentative

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Apr 28
Cornelia Pearsall, Department of English Language and Literature, Smith College
McCosh 40 4: 30 PM

Title TBA