On Thursday, February 11, 2021 in a free event hosted by Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students (ODUS) and the Princeton Asian American Students Association (AASA), Assistant Professor of English and American Studies Paul Nadal spoke with New York Times bestselling author Charles Yu, whose work includes writing for HBO’s Westworld and other television shows, and the 2020 National Book Award winning nove
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- Thursday, Feb 11, 2021
In a feature in the French paper Le Monde on Asian American writers, Assistant Professor of English and American Studies Paul Nadal describes how a literary movement has accompanied the term Asian American from the term’s emergence in the 1960s and 1970s.
“Through this term, necessarily unsatisfactory because it cannot cover the plurality of a continent, the activists of the late 1960s sought a pan-ethnic identity,” Nadal said.
- Thursday, Feb 4, 2021
On Monday, January 18, 2021, the Office of Wintersession and Campus Engagement and the Carl A. Fields Center launched a virtual gallery, To Be Known and Heard: Systemic Racism and Princeton University, with a live-streamed event in which attendees could tour the gallery while a roundtable of Princeton faculty reflected on the legacy that the gallery confronts.
- Wednesday, Jan 27, 2021Carruth’s collaborative work bridges the arts, humanities and sciences.
- Friday, Jan 22, 2021Recent awards and a Best Book of 2020 mention by NPR recognize Khan for leading research, mentoring, teaching, and public engagement.
- Tuesday, Jan 5, 2021Her work reveals that racialized theories persisted among influential white psychiatrists well into the 20th century.
- Monday, Dec 21, 2020The grants support research and writing of current book projects.
- Friday, Dec 11, 2020The grant funds a four-year, multi-institution project to enhance public understanding of Black religious histories, cultures, and communities.
- Thursday, Dec 17, 2020The grant enables the launch of a working group and development of foundational programming.
- Wednesday, Dec 9, 2020
Recently, Wallace Best, the Hughes-Rogers Professor of Religion and African American Studies and director of the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, talked with Stacy Wolf, professor of theater in the Lewis Center for the Arts and American studies, and director of the Princeton Arts Fellowship and the Program in Musical Theater, about the power of musical theatre, and about and her new book, Beyond Broadway: The Pleasure a