Professor Jeff Nunokawa has taught in the English Department at Princeton since 1988. His specialty is the Victorian novel, and he takes particular joy in teaching undergraduates. (He's in the midst now of writing a book about social engagement and disengagement in English novels of the nineteenth century and he regularly teaches a course on works ranging from Jane Austen to Thomas Hardy.) This is his seventh year as Master of Rockefeller, and he wants to be doing all he can to help foster a sense of community in the college. In addition to the books he studies and teaches (his first love), he is devoted to film and music--all kinds of film and all kinds of music--from post war Japanese Film to The Bourne Ultimatum; from The Magic Flute to Belle & Sebastian and The Mountain Goats. (He will even admit to a soft spot for Coldplay.) Warning: don't get him started on the subject of Henry James and his relevance to all parts of human existence, unless you have several hours of free time on your hands. He enjoys nothing more than a meal and a laugh or two, or ten, with a group of undergraduates (ask around and see if this isn't true). He's looking forward to meeting all of you.