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The Hudson Review celebrates its 65th anniversary next month.
Australian director Baz Luhrmann’s latest film, The Great Gatsby, will open the 66th Festival de Cannes in the Grand Théâtre Lumière of the Palais des Festivals on May 15, 2013.
The March 20th issue of the Princeton Alumni Weekly highlights the current Main Gallery exhibition, “A Republic in the Wilderness: Treasures of American History from Jamestown to Appomattox.” “True Treasures: Two and A Half Centuries of American History Are On Dis
Rubén Gallo, Director of the Latin American Studies Program at Princeton and Professor of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures, recently highlighted an acquisition in the Graphic Arts Collection of thirty-four paintings and drawings by the novelist, critic, poet,
A selection of Latin American papers from the Manuscripts Division, Rare Books and Special Collections.
Today’s edition of the Trenton Times highlights an upcoming performance by the Princeton Symphony Orchestra of Debussy’s Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune and Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde: Margaret Mezzacappa to perform Mahler’s ‘Song of the Earth’ with Princeton Sympho
Our latest exhibition, “A Republic in the Wilderness: Treasures of American History from Jamestown to Appomattox,” is a featured destination on this Thursday’s ArtWalk. Please join us tomorrow in the Main Gallery of the Firestone Library from 5 p.m.
Join Us on March 5 for James McPherson’s Lecture on the Civil War for “A Republic in the Wilderness”
Join us at 5:00 pm on Tuesday, March 5, in McCormick Hall Room 101, for a lecture on the Civil War by James McPherson, the George Henry Davis 1886 Professor of American History, Emeritus.
The latest issue of Town Topics, Princeton’s weekly community newspaper, highlights a recently discovered “Wanted Poster” for John Wilkes Booth following the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln: “Lincoln Assassination ‘Wanted Poster’ Discovered at Princeton Univers
From a first-hand account of Colonial life in Jamestown to a wanted poster for John Wilkes Booth following President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination, a Princeton University Libraryexhibition opening Friday, Feb. 22, will trace the American experience from 1607 to 1865.
Princeton University Library is pleased to announce the acquisition of an eighteenth-century scribal score of George Frideric Handel’s three-act opera Berenice, copied by a contemporary Handel copyist (“S2”) from the composer’s autograph manuscript.
Please join John Delaney, Curator of Maps, for a tour of the current exhibit in the main exhibition gallery at Firestone Library, “First X, Then Y, Now Z: Landmark Thematic Maps”. The tour will meet in the main exhibition gallery …
Dulles Reading Room CLOSED Monday and Tuesday December 24 and 25 OPEN Wednesday to Friday December 26 to 28 CLOSED Monday and Tuesday December 31 to January 1 Regular Reading Room Hours Monday to Friday, 9-4:45 pm Galleries (Main, Milberg, Cotsen) …
The Council of the Friends of the Princeton University Library invites you to a storytelling by Susan Danoff ’75 & Tara McGowan ‘90 in honor of the Bicentary of the publication of Grimms’ Fairy Tales on Sunday, December 9, 2012 at 3:30pm in …
Come see this exhibit at Firestone in the Milberg Gallery – “The Election for Woodrow Wilson’s America”. And this exhibit in the Main Gallery – “First X, Then Y, Now Z: Landmark Thematic Maps” .
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