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NES Seminar Series - Robyn Creswell

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FPUL Small Talk with Gene Andrew Jarrett Feb 1, 2023

The Friends of Princeton University Library present Gene Andrew Jarrett, the Dean of the Faculty and William S. Tod Professor of English at Princeton University. Jarrett will share the story of how…

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ReMatch Intern - Yuri Yu

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Hating Lincoln in the Progressive Era, Bethany Villaruz, UG '24 (3963387)

Edgar Lee Masters is known for creating one of the first—and most aggressive—anti-Lincoln biographies of all time: Lincoln: The Man. This paper explores Masters’ motivation for…

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Session 3_The Netherlands: Culture and Global History

Friday Afternoon, 25 February, 202211.45 a.m. – 1.30 p.m. (EST); 5.45 p.m. – 7.30 p.m. (CET) – Session 3Session 3 Chair – Ronni Baer, Department of Art and Archeology and…

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Ausonius at the Edge of Empire: Consular Poetics as Cognitive Improvisation

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Asian American Studies Lecture Series: Tina Chang

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The Persian Romance of Alexander the Great: From Greek Epic to Persian Myth, Poetry, Mysticism, and Art

Dr. Michael Barry (Princeton University) presents the extraordinary legacy of Alexander the Great by demonstrating his impact on the regions he conquered through historical representation and…

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Poetry and the Islamic State

Bernard Haykel, Professor of Near Eatern Studies, discusses the use by the ISIS of early Islamic and Quaranic poetry to spread their jihadist ideas, on one hand exploiting 21st-century media for idea…

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Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Poem

Michael Wood, Charles Barnwell Straut Class of 1923 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, explains the various ways to read a poem.

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A Voice from the Nondead Past: Rethinking Lucille Clifton

The recent posthumous publication of the collected poems of Lucille Clifton, and the acquisition of her archive by Emory University provide the opportunity to consider the work of this great American…

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