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Beyond the Resume with Michaela Coel
Jan 28, 2023, 5:30 pm

Wintersession’s Annual Beyond the Resume event is proud to feature Michaela Coel.

Emmy and BAFTA award-winning actress, playwright, screenwriter, director, showrunner, poet, and author Michaela Coel is an international phenomenon. Coel’s ground-breaking dark comedy-drama, I May Destroy You, premiered on HBO and BBC to critical…

Location
Private Location (sign in to display)
  • Alumni
  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
  • Public
  • Undergraduate
2022-2023 Faculty-Graduate Seminar: "Black Speculative Futures" [Mandatory Fall Recap Session]
Feb 8, 2023, 4:30 pm
Black Speculative Futures

This seminar investigates the enduring interplay between speculation and Blackness. In recent years, speculation has emerged as a key term in Black and African American Studies with speculation emerging as the site where…

Location
Barfield-Johnson Seminar Room 201, Morrison Hall
  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
  • By Invite Only
Why Erica Garner Also Couldn’t Breathe: Maternal Grief and Black Politics
Feb 13, 2023, 4:30 pm

What are the costs of black activism? Which citizens are asked to perform the necessary democratic labor to redress racial injustice?

Location
East Pyne 010

Speaker

  • Alumni
  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
  • Public
  • Undergraduate
2022-2023 Faculty-Graduate Seminar: "Black Speculative Futures"
Feb 15, 2023, 4:30 pm
Black Speculative Futures

This seminar investigates the enduring interplay between speculation and Blackness. In recent years, speculation has emerged as a key term in Black and African American Studies with speculation emerging as the site where…

Location
Barfield-Johnson Seminar Room 201, Morrison Hall

Speaker

  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
Spring Networking Career Fair
Feb 17, 2023, 11:00 am

Meet employers and alumni at the upcoming Career Fair 🤝

Location
Dillon Gym
Undergraduate
Negroes Speak of War: Black Studies, US Imperialism, and Public Policy
Feb 20, 2023, 4:30 pm

What role do critiques of US imperial strategy have within the field of Black Studies, and in what ways should these critiques impact public policy?

Location
East Pyne 010

Speaker

  • Alumni
  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
  • Public
  • Undergraduate
AAS Visiting Research Scholar Lecture: "Bad Infinities: Catastrophe and the ‘Changing Same"
Feb 22, 2023

A self-described ‘wayward political theorist’, Dr. Bedour Alagraa received her Ph.D. from the Department of Africana Studies at Brown University in the Spring of 2019, where she was an Andrew W. Mellon Graduate Fellow. She also holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Toronto, and a…

Location
East Pyne 010

Speaker

  • Alumni
  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
The Search for Our Bayard: 1987 – 2013
Feb 27, 2023, 12:00 pm

The "Faculty Brown Bag" was created to provide a forum for AAS faculty to present their current work or to workshop new ideas with colleagues over a nice lunch.

Location
Barfield-Johnson Seminar Room 201, Morrison Hall

Speaker

  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
  • By Invite Only
Art Hx Presents: A Conversation with Artist Nate Lewis
Feb 28, 2023, 4:30 pm

Nate Lewis explores history through patterns, textures, and rhythm, creating meditations of celebration and lamentations.

Location
James Stewart Film Theater, 185 Nassau Street Princeton, NJ 08544

Speakers

Sponsor
Humanities Council, Lewis Center for the Arts
  • Alumni
  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
  • Public
  • Undergraduate
2022-2023 Faculty-Graduate Seminar: "Black Speculative Futures"
Mar 1, 2023, 4:30 pm
Black Speculative Futures

This seminar investigates the enduring interplay between speculation and Blackness. In recent years, speculation has emerged as a key term in Black and African American Studies with speculation emerging as the site where…

Location
Barfield-Johnson Seminar Room 201, Morrison Hall

Speaker

  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
AAS Visiting Research Scholar Lecture Ft. Professor Justin Mann
Mar 6, 2023

Justin L. Mann earned his Ph.D. in American Studies from George Washington University. His research and teaching are primarily concerned with the worldmaking and -breaking relationship between U.S. literature and state policy. His current manuscript in-progress, Breaking the World, argues that Black…

Location
East Pyne 010

Speaker

  • Alumni
  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
  • Undergraduate
2022-2023 Faculty-Graduate Seminar: "Black Speculative Futures"
Mar 8, 2023, 4:30 pm
Black Speculative Futures

This seminar investigates the enduring interplay between speculation and Blackness. In recent years, speculation has emerged as a key term in Black and African American Studies with speculation emerging as the site where…

Location
Barfield-Johnson Seminar Room 201, Morrison Hall

Speaker

  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
Sites of Memory: A Symposium on Toni Morrison and the Archive
Mar 23, 2023

Sites of Memory: A Symposium on Toni Morrison and the Archive brings together scholars, artists, writers, and activists to celebrate, interrogate, and reflect upon the archive in relation to Toni Morrison’s writing, her teaching, and her public intellectual work. The event is part of a year of programming surrounding the Spring 2023…

Location
Princeton University
  • Alumni
  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
  • Public
  • Undergraduate
AAS Faculty Brown Bag with Professor Ayah Nuriddin
Apr 13, 2023

Ayah Nuriddin has a Ph.D. in the History of Medicine from Johns Hopkins University. She also holds an M.A. in History and an MLS from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a B.A. in International Relations and History from American University. Her work examines how African Americans navigated questions of racial science, eugenics, and…

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  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
Artist Talk: Chanika Svetvilas
Apr 17, 2023, 4:30 pm

Chanika Svetvilas is an interdisciplinary artist and cultural worker whose practice focuses on mental health difference. Her work is an extension of her continued interest in using narratives as a way to challenge stereotypes in contemporary society and to create safe spaces. She has presented her work in a variety of spaces and contexts…

  • Alumni
  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs
  • Public
  • Undergraduate
2022-2023 Faculty-Graduate Seminar: "Black Speculative Futures"
Apr 19, 2023, 4:30 pm
Black Speculative Futures

This seminar investigates the enduring interplay between speculation and Blackness. In recent years, speculation has emerged as a key term in Black and African American Studies with speculation emerging as the site where…

Location
Barfield-Johnson Seminar Room 201, Morrison Hall

Speaker

  • Faculty & Staff
  • Graduate Affairs

 


 

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