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- • World premiere production of “Boris Godunov”
- • Deepening the discourse on racial dynamics
- • Program will create community of humanities scholars
- • Researchers combine efforts to help people of African savannas manage their land
- • Revised plan unveiled for arts neighborhood
- • On a quest for ancient coins, Steiglitz finds inspiration for a book and a course
- • Communiversity set for April 28
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- Editor: Ruth Stevens Calendar editor: Shani Hilton Staff writers: Jennifer Greenstein Altmann, Eric Quiñones Contributing writers: Emily Aronson, Karin Dienst, Hilary Parker, Ushma Patel, Teresa Riordan Photographers: Denise Applewhite, John Jameson Design: Maggie Westergaard Web edition: Mahlon Lovett
World premiere production of “Boris Godunov”
After months of inspired collaborations between Princeton scholars, students and artists, the curtain rose on the University’s world premiere production of “Boris Godunov” April 12 at the Berlind Theatre.
Deepening the discourse on racial dynamics
By Karin Dienst
Investigating where she comes from is a central theme for Anne Cheng, an Asian American, who uses her wide-ranging interests in 20th-century American literature, film, psychoanalysis, history, law and the arts to explore how racial identity is perceived and promulgated in American culture.
Program will create community of humanities scholars
By Emily Aronson
The Council of the Humanities has launched a new program that offers faculty the opportunity to spend a year of academic leave at the University to pursue research interests and engage the campus in humanities projects.
Four to continue serving as deans
The five-year reviews of the four deans whose evaluations were scheduled this year have been completed and reported to the Board of Trustees, and all four will continue to serve in their positions.
Researchers combine efforts to help people of African savannas manage their land
By Teresa Riordan
When an interdisciplinary research team from Princeton arrived in the savanna of central Kenya last summer, they found that one region they were planning to study — Koija — had not received any rainfall for 18 months.
Revised plan unveiled for arts neighborhood
The University has unveiled a revised plan for the Alexander Street/University Place neighborhood that features a realigned intersection and an improved design that supports both the arts and the transit goals for the area.
On a quest for ancient coins, Steiglitz finds inspiration for a book and a course
By Hilary Parker
Computer scientist Ken Steiglitz is happy to admit that he is an eBay addict.
Communiversity set for April 28
The Communiversity celebration, which annually brings the town and University together for a day of performances, food, games and more, is planned for noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 28.