This conference intends to scrutinize the unexamined legacies of the Enlightenment from a global perspective. The long-eighteenth century (1680 to 1820) was once understood as the historical era during which the West became secular—intellectual, cultural and political institutions liberated from […]
Race and Religion in the Americas and the Atlantic World: A Conference in Honor of María Elena Martínez
This conference is in honor of the late historian, María Elena Martinez, whose work and influence crossed disciplinary, regional, and temporal borders. An area of her scholarship that has had a particularly broad impact has been rethinking the history of […]
The Undergraduate Judaic Studies Conference (UJSC) brings together undergraduate students from different college campuses and academic fields to present and discuss their research and connect with other highly motivated undergraduates.
For more information, please visit the conference website.
CSR is pleased to co-sponsor […]
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 […]
A Conversation Between: Afe Adogame, Religion Scholar, Princeton Theological Seminary, and Cati Coe, Anthropologist, Rutgers University
Opening lecture for the Program in African Studies 2016-2017 Lecture Series
For more information, visit http://www.princeton.edu/piirs/events/viewevent.xml?id=2079
Featuring keynote lecture by Laura Knoppers, Notre Dame University, Golden Bands and Gaudy Slaughter: The Politics of Luxury from Milton’s Samson Agonistes to Dryden’s All for Love.
Medieval Studies Graduate Conference
The “Beyond Authority” conference seeks to develop a vocabulary that avoids the pitfalls of reducing historical processes to the vague metaphor of “authority.” We will focus on the transmission of texts and traditions in Late Antiquity as a series of […]
co-sponsored by the Buddhist Studies Workshop and the Tang Center for East Asian Art
Peering into that nebulous collective that we sometimes call “Jewish,” you might find sacred scriptures or TV stars, the martyrs of Mainz or the manifesto of Marx, a poet in Granada or a synagogue in Sao Paulo, and maybe even […]