ENGLISH in 50 Years is the Class of 2023's English Major's Colloquium featuring faculty speakers and open to English and English-associated faculty, and the current English concentrators in the Class of 2023, 2024, and 2025.
Colloquium begins at 4:30 pm in East Pyne 010 with a reception dinner to follow at Prospect House.…
- William Gleason
- Autumn Womack
- Jeff Dolven
Professor of English and Director of Graduate Studies at Yale University and Author of Uncommon Tongues: Eloquence and Eccentricity in the English Renaissance (Penn Press, 2014).
Barbara Browning is Director of Undergraduate Studies and Associate Professor of Performance Studies at the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.
Lynn M. Festa, Rutgers University
Associate Professor of English and author of Sentimental Figures of Empire in Eighteenth-Century Britain and France.
Professor of American Studies and English and Associate Dean of the Humanities at Rutgers University. He received his BA from Williams College and His PhD in Comparative Literature from NYU.
“Feral Atlas: Toward a Collaborative Environmental Humanities”
Monday, March 27, 2023, 12:00pm-1:30pm in McCosh B14 (Hinds Library)
Register for pre-circulated materials at https://forms.gle/BnyZEi5mFWzm64EA7
Professor Anna Tsing will gather us for a lunchtime…
- Sierra Eckert, Perkins Fellow, Humanities Council
- Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center for Digital Humanities
Joan K. Copjec is an American philosopher, theorist, author, feminist, and prominent American Lacanian
Assistant Professor of English at Clark University. He specializes in the literature of the 16th and 17th Centuries. He teaches courses on race, disability, and emotions in early modern British literature.
Kimberly Bain, University of British Columbia, Assistant Professor of English Language and Literatures. Kimberly Bain earned a Ph.D. in English and Interdisciplinary Humanistic Study from Princeton University. Bain's most pressing intellectual interests have consolidated around questions of the history, theory,…
This is an announcement for the next meeting of the 20th Century Workshop.Speaker: Elias Kleinbock, Department of Comparative Literature, Princeton UniversityRespondent: Jon Repetti, Department of English, Princeton University Zoom link:
Associate Professor of English at John Hopkins University, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Author of The Melancholy Assemblage: Affect and Epistemology in the English Renaissance…
Ada Smailbegović, Brown University, Assistant Professor of English at Brown University. Her writing explores relations between poetics, non-human forms of materiality, and histories of description. She is a co-founder of The Organism for Poetic Research.
Registration free and open to PU faculty, staff, and…
“Ecology/Echography: Heidegger's Hut—Three Displacements”
Cary Wolfe, Rice University, Bruce and Elizabeth Dunlevie Professor of English. He has written on a range of topics, from American poetry to bioethics. He is series editor for Minnesota Press's Posthumanities Series
Registration free and open…
Associate Professor School of English, Film, Theatre and Media Studies at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. Her most recent book is Romantic Literature and the Colonised World: Lessons from Indigenous Translations (Palgrave, 2018).
Professor Cornelia Pearsall is Professor of English at Smith College. She is also affiliated faculty in the Program for the Study of Women and Gender, and earned her bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees from Yale University.
Sponsored by The Department of English and The Bain-Swiggett Fund
The Humanities Council’s kick-off event features a wide-ranging conversation about central issues in our research, teaching, and intellectual life. This year’s speakers include distinguished Princeton scholars whose work represents different approaches and historical periods. They will participate in a panel discussion on the theme of “
The Stain of Slavery in Early Modern England
War Scare: Nuclear Tennyson