- Thursday, Mar 4, 2021Scholars, presidential inaugural poet Richard Blanco consider immigration, civic space, democracy.
- Wednesday, Mar 25, 2020Myth, folklore, family, and materialized desire figured in poems, fiction, and discussion with the audience.
- Tuesday, Feb 18, 2020Lecture and discussion traversed topics including gender, race, physicality, acculturation, role models, and binaries.
- Monday, Dec 16, 2019An overflow crowd on December 4, 2019 listened to accounts of self-discovery.
- Thursday, Oct 10, 2019
- Monday, Aug 26, 2019
In the 2019-20 academic year, the annual Asian American Studies Lecture Series at Princeton University will bring to campus twelve writers, encompassing fiction, poetry, journalism, literary criticism, and writing for theater and film.
Each program features readings by two writers, and opportunity for discussion afterward. The events are free and open to the public.