Meetings for Majors
English Concentrators and Faculty,
Please join us for the 2021 Majors' Colloquium. Our majors have chosen the topic:
Your Faves are Problematic: Reading and Teaching Fraught Texts
And we are thrilled to introduce our department's speakers on this topic:
- Anne A. Cheng
- Jeff Nunokawa
- Kinohi Nishikawa
- Autumn Womack
As we must, we will be meeting virtually via Zoom.
Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. EST.
Please join us for a Graduate lunchtime conversation with Zakiyyah Iman Jackson, author of Becoming Human: Matter and Meaning in an Antiblack World (NYU 2020).
Register here: https://forms.gle/7P5RKKbZBaaBpPsW8
Sponsored by: Intersections Working Group, The Department of English, African American Studies, American Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies and the Center for Human Values.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO A NEW DATE: FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 2021 at 12:00 PM EST
A Taste of Success: Lunchtime Alumni Career Conversations. English & Tech: Bhaamati Borkheteria '20 and English & Medicine with Claire Greene '13
Come one and all!
Please join the
Department of English
Friday, August 28th at 5:15 p.m. EST
We’ll launch our summer’s
Lit Review and Podcast projects!
Virtual mingling with
the faculty and with your fellow students!
Virtual snacks will be served!
Virtual beverages will be quaffed!
Real conversation will be had despite it all...
Join the Zoom Party
MEETING WITH PROFESSOR WOLFSON WITH SENIOR ENGLISH MAJORS
ABOUT APPLYING TO GRADUATE PROGRAMS, THIS YEAR OR NEXT
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29
4:30 in PROFESSOR W'S OFFICE, 16 MCCOSH HALL (UPSTAIRS)
PLEASE RSVP TO PROFESSOR W (wolfson@)
SO THAT WE KNOW WHETHER WE NEED TO RESERVE A BIGGER ROOM NEARBY
Princeton Bread Loaf Fellow Program at Lincoln College, Oxford -- Information Session
Designed to allow exceptional junior English majors the opportunity to pursue advanced individual research in preparation for senior thesis writing, the Princeton Bread Loaf Fellows Program at Bread Loaf's Oxford campus is an extraordinary opportunity for culturally-linked education.
Once-in-a-lifetime experience for English majors!
Spend the fall of your junior year taking three classes at the distinguished University College London alongside your Princeton junior seminar, taught by a member of the English Department Faculty. The Fall 2016 seminar is an intensive study of the way in which the city, its landscape, its building, spaces and climate has shaped and been shaped by the creative imaginations of great writers. Students will see plays, concerts, museums, and other aspects of the city and country. Not to be missed!
A panel discussion with Princeton alumni speaking about their careers after graduating with a degree in English. Refreshments will be served.
*This event is OPEN TO ALL PRINCETON STUDENTS, UNDERGRADS & GRADS.
Class day reception immediately following in McCosh Courtyard.
Lunch will be provided.
Comparative Literature Reception for Graduate Students
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.
Seniors meet individually with departmental representative (review graduation requirements).