Radical Composition

This seminar examines the radical possibilities of collaboration as fundamentally a process of radical composition through which collaborators bridge different modalities of creative expression—textual composition, artistic composition, speculative composition, among others—that span multiple media, forms and practices. By modeling and exploring collaboration as radical composition, this course seeks to reframe it as more that a dynamic of participation and coordination, and to recognize it as a generative methodology for producing critical scholarly and creative work.

Prerequisites and Restrictions

Enrollment by application or interview; departmental permission required.

Applications are now closed. Please email LewisCenter@princeton.edu with questions.




Wednesdays, 1:30-4:20 PM


Tina Campt