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Superstition and Magic in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods

Princeton’s twenty-fourth annual interdisciplinary Graduate Conference in Medieval Studies

In an age when authorities attempt to assault our modern modes of critical thinking, the term “superstition” and its premodern associations take on rearranged values. Current political discourse denounces fake news and […]

Religion and the American Normal

This conference will explore the intersections of religion and constructions of the normal in twentieth and twenty-first-century American life. We consider three broad themes: the creation of American religious norms, the work religion has done to produce and maintain notions […]

CSR Research Lending Library

In our Center at 5 Ivy Lane, CSR maintains a small collection of books written by current and former CSR Fellows and speakers.  If you would like to borrow a book, please sign it out and return within six months […]

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Graduate Student Workshop with Dr. Khaled Abou El Fadl: On Reasoning with God: Reclaiming Shari´ah in the Modern Age

Following his public lecture* (6 pm on 9/28 at Aaron Burr 219), entitled Shari´ah at the University,

Prof. Khaled Abou El Fadl—the Omar and Azmeralda Alfi Distinguished Professor of Islamic Law at UCLA School of Law—will offer a graduate student workshop […]

Shari’ah at the University

Public Lecture by Dr. Khaled Abou El Fadl, Omar and Azmerelda Alfi Distinguished Professor of Islamic Law at UCLA School of Law, author of Reasoning with God: Reclaiming Shari´ah in the Modern Age

(To be followed by a graduate student workshop with […]

International Forum on Modern Chinese Buddhism

A one-day event featuring short presentations and discussion.  For more information, visit the event website: http://csr.princeton.edu/modernchinesebuddhism/

Sponsored by the Buddhist Studies Workshop.

Codes of Conduct: How to Behave in the Middle Ages

Medieval Studies Graduate Conference

Biennial Graduate Student Symposium in East Asian Art

co-sponsored by the Buddhist Studies Workshop and the Tang Center for East Asian Art

Behind the Symbol: The Context and Legacy of Hypatia

The conference will bring together international senior scholars with Princeton Graduate Students to explore the context and legacy of Hypatia of Alexandria (350-415AD), and the proceedings will be published.  Sessions are free and open to the public.  No registration required.

Behind […]

Constructions: History and Narrativity, Past, Present, & Future Conference

We are pleased to announce the Department of Comparative Literature’s second annual conference, Constructions: History & Narrativity, on October 23rd and 24th, 2015 at Aaron Burr 219. This year’s events will feature a mix of faculty and student speakers, including Professors Rei Terada (UC Irvine), […]