Talks

  • Clifford Geertz Commemorative Lecture

    Glifford Geertz Commemorative Lecture - "Settler Colonialism Observed: Palestine's Alter-natives"

  • Aesthetic Ecologies: Air and the Space of Art around 1900

    This talk explores air as the material space surrounding an artwork - its "Milieu," "Umgebung" and "Umwelt." It takes as its starting point evocations of air within and without an artwork, thus, evocations that cut across the separate realms of ref

  • Nice Town, Normal People: A Theatrical Exploration of "Home"

    Produced by Rhizome Theater Company, ​Nice Town, Normal People is a dynamic documentary theater piece and community event that explores the many questions of home—who belongs, what it is, what it was, what we want it to be. It features

  • The Bhagavad Gita Through Gandhi's Spectacles

    Join us at 6pm in the Louis A. Simpson International Building for "The Bhagavad Gita Through Gandhi's Spectacles" with Richard Davis, Bard College. Part of the Hindu Studies Spring Lecture Series. Open to all. Questions? Email vchander@princeton.ed

  • Gandhi and the Religion of Resistance

    Join us at 4:30pm in the Louis A. Simpson International Building for "Gandhi and the Religion of Resistance" by Ajay Skaria. Part of the Hindu Studies Spring Lecture Series. Open to all. Questions? Email vchander@princeton.edu

  • Mass Satyagraha and Collective Power

    Join us at 4:30pm in the Louis A. Simpson International Building for "Mass Satyagraha and Collective Power" with Karuna Mantena, Yale University. Part of the Hindu Studies Spring Lecture Series. Open to all. Questions? Email vchander@princeton.edu<

  • Gandhi's Ascetic Activism

    Join us at 6pm in the Louis A. Simpson International Building for "Gandhi's Ascetic Activism" with Veena Howard, California State University, Fresno. Part of the Hindu Studies Spring Lecture Series. Open to all. Questions? Email vchander@princeton.

  • A Man For All Women and A Woman For All Men: Politics in Egyptian Literature

    Khaled Alkhamissi is an Egyptian novelist, columnist, lecturer and cultural producer. He has published two works of fiction, Taxi and Noah¿s Arch that have given readers deep insights into Egyptian society in the last decade. Taxi, which is often said

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