Dodd’s auditorium, Robertson Hall, Woodrow Wilson School · Presented by: Program in Media + Modernity , Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies , Princeton Writing Program , Council on the Humanities , Department of English , Program in American Studies
A conversation with veteran comics writers Dennis O’Neil, Paul Levitz, Louise and Walter Simonson, and Larry Hama as they speak on the origins of superhero stories and the proliferation of the genre into film and television
James M. Stewart ’32 Theater · Presented by: Princeton Film Productions
Princeton University's first annual student-run film festival, featuring short films from up-and-coming filmmakers from Princeton, NJ to Thailand. Q&A sessions with student filmmakers and guest speaker from California State University, Northridge. Free and open to the public!
Chancellor Green Rotunda · Presented by: The Nassau Literary Review
Guest speakers Tracy K. Smith, Nikole Hannah-Jones, and Benjamin Kunkel discuss, What is the ethical and political responsibility of the arts towards marginalized communities? Can and should the arts speak for those who have no voice in our larger culture because of their race and social class — and if so, how can they do this?
Student Lounge · Presented by: Princeton University Office of Career Services
Juli-anne Jensen, Advisor in the Arts, Non-Profit & Public Sector from Princeton University Career Services, will be hosting Office Hours every Tuesday this spring from 11 am - 1:30 pm in the student lounge on the 1st floor of 185 Nassau Street.