'At Home in the World': DiBattista and Nord reframe female literary tradition
Congratulations to Deborah Nord and Maria DiBattista on the publication of their new book, "At Home in the World: Women Writers and Public Life, from Austen to the Present".
A Dialogue in Chinese and English Poetics
A group of seven Chinese poets and poetry scholars visited the Princeton campus to participate in a week-long seminar (March 26-31) organized by Professor Susan Stewart and devoted to “A Dialogue in Chinese and English Poetics.”
Susan Stewart's new book of poems, "Cinder", featured on University website
Congratulations to Professor Susan Stewart on the release of her new book, "Cinder", her first retrospective of new and selected poems.
Professor Esther Schor's new book on Esperanto, Bridge of Words, featured in New York Times Sunday Acrostic.
As New York Times Sunday puzzlers recently discovered, Professor Esther Schor's new book on Esperanto, Bridge of Words, was featured in the Acrostic on February 19th (constructed by Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon).
Writing environmental ruin, or how to write an obituary for an embattled planet
Courses taught by Prof. Rob Nixon are discussed in hompage feature story.
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Gikandi, Leo, and Wills elected to MLA posts
Congratulations to Professor Simon Gikandi, who has been elected Second Vice President of the Modern Language Association (MLA)