“Antigone in Peru: from Lima to Huamanga”
Moira Fradinger, Yale University, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature
René Char has long been recognized as one of France’s greatest modern poets, whose prolific career began with Surrealism and ended only with his death in 1988. On February 27-28, 2015, Princeton University will host a series of academic talks, a film, and readings of Char’s work by poets, critics, and students.
“Hegel’s ‘Prose of the World’ and Diderot’s ‘Neveu de Rameau’: About An Epistemological Configuration at the Edge of Enlightenment, Today”
Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, Stanford University, Albert Guerard Professor of Literature and Professor of Comparative Literature; Short-Term Fellow of the Humanities Council