- Tuesday, Feb 18, 2020Lecture and discussion traversed topics including gender, race, physicality, acculturation, role models, and binaries.
- Wednesday, Feb 12, 2020A visit to the course “Too Cute!: Race, Style, & Asiamania,” taught by AMS director Anne Cheng.
- Friday, Feb 7, 2020Rivett joints poets Natalie Diaz (Oglala Lakota), Layli Long Soldier (Mojave) on BBC Radio 3
- Monday, Dec 16, 2019An overflow crowd on December 4, 2019 listened to accounts of self-discovery.
- Thursday, Nov 14, 2019The discussion related contemporary issues to fields of inquiry encompassed by American, Asian American and Latino studies.
- Wednesday, Oct 23, 2019
- Monday, Sep 23, 2019
At the Milford Readers and Writers Festival in Milford, Pennsylvania on Saturday, September 21, 2019, journalist, author, and activist Helen Zia, a 1973 Princeton alumna, spoke about her book Last Boat Out of Shanghai: The Epic Story of the Chinese who Fled Mao’s Revolution and how she discovered her mother’s harrowing long hidden past. She was joined by Anne A.
- Wednesday, Sep 11, 2019
AMS executive committee and core faculty member Paul Nadal, assistant professor of English and American studies, delivered two public lectures based on his research on the Filipino novel in English, at the University of the Philippines and Ateneo de Manila University.
- Tuesday, Jun 25, 2019
- Friday, Apr 19, 2019
On April 9, 2019, Brittney Cooper, the Spring 2019 Anschutz Distinguished Fellow at Princeton University, and associate professor of women’s and gender studies and Africana studies at Rutgers University, delivered a lecture, “The Future of Black Studies (in Theory).”