Lecture in Spanish
Speaker: Santiago Craig, Writer and poet
Discussant: Christina Lee, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
The Chinese “Madman”: When Don Quixote Goes to China; A Comparative Study of Don Quixote and Lu Xun’s A Madman’s Diary
Yangyou Fang GS 1
11:00 AM, Room 207
A Porcine Model of Human Spinal Cord Injury
Chitra Kumar '19
12:00 PM, Main Atrium
The Visual Guillotine: Latin America and the Cinema of Cruelty
With English Subtitles
Reception to Follow
Free and open to the public
Universidad Simón Bolívar, Venezuela/ Visiting Fellow Kellogg Institute for International StudiesDiscussant:
Spanish and Portuguese, Emeritus...
"This talk examines some of the ways in which the contemporary period produces contradictory and often oppositional ideas about language and forms of linguistic practice.
A conversation between internationally acclaimed Chilean photographer Paz Errázuriz and Princeton professors Eduardo Cadava and Gabriela Nouzeilles.
Introduced by PLAS Acting Director Javier Guerrero.
Open to the Princeton community!
Oven roasted potatoes (vegetarian)
Yellow rice (vegetarian)
Marinated chickpea salad (...
Mya Abousy '18
Victoria Navarro '18
Dylan Blau Edelstein '17
Kris Kania '17
Daniel Rounds '17