2018 - 2019
Join us for an evening of laughter and tears as we celebrate the 32nd Anniversary of Top Gun.
Film screening with live commentary by Professor Jeff Nunokawa AND just added, a live performance by QUIPFIRE!
This event is free and open to the public.
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Introductions by Professor Anne Cheng
A workshop production of Bob Sandberg's new musical Mad Dreams, a re-imagining of A Midsummer Night's Dream, will be at the Lewis Center's Wallace Theater, this coming weekend, October 19-21. It's free but advance ticketing is recommended. More information is here:
Followed by Q&A with Lauren Greenfield and Professor Anne Cheng
The roundtable Blackness & Disability dovetails with the publication of African American Review's special issue of the same name. Contributors to the issue will address practical and theoretical concerns in the intersectional study of race, gender, disability, and embodiment.
Co-sponsored by the Department of English, Humanities Council, Department of African American Studies, Disability Studies Working Group, Program in American Studies, and the Office of Disability Services
A screening of Kathleen Collins's LOSING GROUND and Ronald K. Gray's TRANSMAGNIFICAN DAMBAMUALITY
The screening will be followed by Q&A with Amy Heller, Dennis Doros and Ronald K. Gray.
Princeton students only, closed to the public.
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.
Robert Adamson is one of Australia's most eminent poets, and is a writer, editor and publisher. He has published 15 books of poetry. He has acted as President of the Poetry Society, editor of the Poetry Society of Australia's magazine, New Poetry, and poetry reviewer for Australia's national newspaper, The Australian.
https://new.livestream.com/caas/SartorialBlack (LIVE STREAM LINK)
Intersections Working Group presents: Tanisha C. Ford in conversation with Monica Miller
Reception to follow, Stanhope Hall
Tanisha C. Ford is Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in the Center for African American Studies and author of Liberated Threads: Black Women, Style, and the Global Politics of Soul.
An evening discussion featuring (among others):
Emily Nussbaum, Television critic for The New Yorker
Elizabeth Minkel, Fandom/digital culture columnist at The New Statesman and The Millions
Jamie Broadnax, Creator of the groundbreaking website and podcast Black Girl Nerds
Heidi Tandy, Intellectual Property Attorney and long time fangirl
Anne Jamison, Associate Professor of English, University of Utah, and author of Fic: Why Fanfiction is Taking over the World (2013)
Mar 27, 2014, 4:30 p.m. · Room 106, Woolworth Center
Mark Anthony Neal Duke University "Trapped in the Soul Closet" Thursday March 27 at 4:30 pm Woolworth 106 Cosponsored by the Department of English and the Program in American Studies Support provided by the Princeton University Lewis Center for the Arts Thanks to the Program for Gender and Sexuality Studies for additional co-sponsorship
Course event: Forms of Literature: Introduction to U.S. Latina/o Literature - Professor Alexandra Vazquez
You are invited to a special event, to be held on May 2nd at 4:30 PM in the Hinds Library - a showcase of early modern music that, we hope, will serve as the first in a series of conversations about the place of music in Renaissance drama and poetry. The event will feature performances by our own John Lacombe, lutist extraordinaire, and Kevin Mensch, esteemed vocalist, together with John H.