Events Archive

Alejandro Martinez Rodriguez: Final Public Oral Examination
Mon, May 22, 2023, 11:00 am1:00 pm

Poesía expandida. Artefactos poéticos, medios y participación en Chile durante la Guerra Fría (1952-1989)

East Pyne 339
Alfabetizar os clássicos e os jurássicos também
Tue, May 16, 2023, 3:00 pm4:30 pm

Patrícia Lino is a poet, an essayist, and an Assistant Professor at UCLA, where she teaches Afro-Luso-Brazilian literatures and visual arts. Lino is the author of several books, including I Who Cannot Sing, O Kit de Sobrevivência do Descobridor Português no Mundo Anticolonial, No es esto un libro and has…

209 Scheide Caldwell
Paula Pérez-Rodríguez: Final Public Oral Examination
Tue, May 16, 2023, 11:00 am1:00 pm

Verboexorbitancias. El paso de "la literatura" a las artes verbales en España, 1909-1936

East Pyne 339
Senior Thesis Defenses
Wed, May 10, 2023, 12:00 pm4:00 pm

See event post for schedule of presentations.

East Pyne 339
Translation Workshop with Shook and Katherine M. Hedeen
Wed, May 3, 2023, 12:00 pm1:30 pm

Join us for a hands-on workshop with two acclaimed literary translators working from Spanish to English. Lunch will be provided.

More details can be found on My PrincetonU.

Limited availability—please sign up using the registration link. We look…

Location TBA upon registration
Translators in Publishing
Tue, May 2, 2023, 4:30 pm6:00 pm

Where do academic, literary and editorial worlds collide? How can translators, as editors, disrupt the paradigms into which their books are inevitably forced to be read? What does the current editorial landscape look like, particularly for Latin America, Iberian and/or Luso-African literatures, and how might we imagine it otherwise? In this…

Simpson International Building, A71
Andrés Di Tella | The Form that Thinks: The Essay-Film from the Inside / La forma que piensa: El ensayo cinematográfico desde adentro
Thu, Apr 27, 2023, 4:30 pm6:00 pm


Andrés Di Tella is a filmmaker, writer and curator, based in Buenos Aires. His films include Montoneros, una historia, La televisión y yo, Fotografías, El país del Diablo, Hachazos, ¡Volveremos a las montañas!, 327 cuadernos and Ficción privada

216 Burr Hall (open to the public)
PLAS Graduate Workshop | Alex Diaz-Hui & Julia Kornberg
Thu, Apr 27, 2023, 12:00 pm1:30 pm

PRESENTER: Alex Diaz-Hui, Ph.D. candidate, Department of English

"Anticolonial Ensembles in the Américas: Collective Voice and Authorship in the Late Twentieth-Century"

Anticolonial Ensembles in the Américas: Collective Voice and Authorship in the Late-Twentieth Century…

PLAS Atrium, 3rd Floor, Burr Hall (open to students, faculty, scholars & staff)
Lalo Alcaraz: A Cartoon History of Latino USA
Wed, Apr 26, 2023, 12:30 pm1:30 pm

Lalo Alcaraz is the first Latino recipient of the prestigious Herblock Prize in recognition of his editorial cartooning and his passion, dedication and brilliance in covering civil rights and other issues affecting U.S. Latinos and other U.S. minorities. Alcaraz will visit Princeton University to share about his life and work as an accomplished…

Frist 302
Cecilia Szperling | Las desmayadas. Un recorrido entre el desmayo y la voz de las mujeres
Wed, Apr 26, 2023, 12:00 pm1:20 pm


Cecilia Szperling was born in Buenos Aires. She is a writer, journalist, performer and creator of literary cycles.

Her first book of short stories, The future of artists (1997), won a grant from the Antorchas Foundation. Her novel Natural Selection was a finalist for the…

216 Burr Hall (open to students, faculty, scholars & staff)