Courses

Along the Edge: Leonora Carrington

This interdisciplinary seminar will focus on Leonora Carrington. Students will be asked to respond to Carrington’s oeuvre both critically and creatively, writing essays, responses, and imaginative texts inspired by a close reading of Carrington’s idiosyncratic fiction and by studying her prints, drawings and paintings, which are part of the Princeton Art Museum’s permanent collection. Knowledge of French and/or Spanish is recommended but not required, as we will also look at some of Carrington’s writing in the original languages of composition, and consider questions linguistic migration and experimentation.

Application required; Please submit a sample of prose and/or a brief statement of interest. First year students are encouraged to apply!

Faculty

Sections

C01

Wednesdays, 1:30 - 3:50 PM

Instructor(s)

Jhumpa Lahiri