Humanities Council lines up distinguished visitors
Posted October 13, 2004; 02:50 p.m.
A prominent North African author, a well known choreographer, a major historian, a leading Mayan intellectual and a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist will be on campus this year as guests of the Council of the Humanities .
The council, founded in 1953 to foster teaching, research and intellectual exchange, will bring more than 30 scholars to Princeton during 2004-05. Nineteen of the visitors will spend a semester or more at the University, while the others will come for intensive shorter periods of lectures, seminars and colloquia.
Read the full story for the roster of visitors.
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