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Fighting Racial Inequity
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Autumn Womack, an assistant professor of English and African American studies, has combined her deep knowledge of Morrison’s work and her passion for the archives to curate “Toni Morrison: Sites of Memory,” on view at Princeton University Library’s Milberg Gallery through June 4…
For the first time, Princeton spent more than $100 million with diverse-owned firms in fiscal year 2022, and is on track to increase that number in the current fiscal year and beyond.
The campus-wide exploration of Toni Morrison’s creative process continued March 23-25 with “Sites of Memory: A Symposium on Toni Morrison and the Archive,” gathering leading Morrison scholars, writers and artists for rich insights, inspiring conversations, performances and more.
The Office of Disability Services (ODS) was established 16 years ago with the primary mission of serving students with disabilities.Over the years, ODS’ work has grown, and there have been many changes across campus in accommodating students and improving access within the physical,…
Cycle of Creativity: Alison Saar and the Toni Morrison Papers brings sculpture, prints, and textiles by the mixed-media artist Alison Saar into conversation with the work of Toni Morrison, whose vast trove of papers from her career as a novelist, essayist, playwright, professor, and editor are held in the Princeton University…