Critical Encounters Event: Being Insomniac with Tan Lin
Reading by poet, Tan Lin, followed with conversation between graphic artist and inaugural Fellow in the Creative and Performing Arts at the Lewis Center for the Arts, Danielle Aubert and Professor Anne Cheng.
For more information, please visit http://english.princeton.edu/events/critical-encounters-series
Location: McCormick Hall 106
Date/Time: 04/07/14 at 4:30 pm - 04/07/14 at 6:30 pm
This event is free and open to the public.
Conceived and organized by Professor Anne A. Cheng. Jointly sponsored by the Department of English and the Center for African American Studies.
Critical Encounters brings together like minds from unlike disciplines in a series of open dialogue before an audience of campus community and the public. The series promotes reflections and debates concerning race, cross-cultural translation, and issues of social justice at the intersection of art, theory, culture, and politics. In bringing together artists and thinkers from disciplines that do not traditionally talk to one another who nonetheless share similar preoccupations, this series of dialogues aims to provide opportunities for unexpected, synergistic exchanges. It also aims to engage departments and units across campus in cross-disciplinary collaborations.
Department: Center for African American Studies