Remembering Langston Hughes: His Art, Life, and Legacy 50 Years Later

Conference organized by Wallace Best, Department of Religion.

For more information, and to register, please visit the conference website.


Making History Visible: Of American Myths and National Heroes — Exhibition at the Princeton University Art Museum

Image caption: Titus Kaphar, American, born 1976. Billy Lee: Portrait in Tar, 2016. Tar and oil on canvas, 152.4 × 121.9 cm. Collection of Bill and Christy Gautreaux, Kansas City, Missouri. © Titus Kaphar / image courtesy Jack Shainman Gallery, New […]

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2017 Buddhist Manuscript Cultures Conference

Friday, Jan. 20, keynote lecture in McCormick 101
Saturday and Sunday conference in Jones 202.

View full conference website here.

Epic Tales from India: Paintings from The San Diego Museum of Art

Exhibition at the Princeton University Art Museum

Indian paintings are usually admired as individual works of art, framed and hung on museum walls, but viewing them this way reveals only part of their story. Most of these paintings come from books and […]

Master Hongyi’s Formative Years: The Training and Transformation of a 20th-century Chinese Buddhist Monk

Buddhist Studies Workshop with Raoul Birnbaum

Raoul Birnbaum, Institute for Advanced Study and University of California-Santa Cruz, will give a Buddhist Studies Workshop lecture on Hongyi, an early 20th century Chinese Buddhist monk and calligrapher.

Hongyi Dashi (1880-1942) was a pre-eminent figure […]

Visualizing Dunhuang International Symposium

Located at the convergence of the northern and southern routes of the ancient Silk Road on the edge of the Taklamakan desert in western China, Dunhuang is one of the richest Buddhist sites in China, with nearly 500 cave temples […]