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Revolutionizing Revolution

  • Betts Auditorium, School of Architecture (map)

Revolutionizing Revolution is a transdisciplinary colloquium that addresses the discussions, concepts, subjects, temporalities, media, and legacies of revolution through architecture, design and its impact on intellectual life, coinciding with the 100th anniversary of Red October. It proposes to debate the concept of revolution through four roundtables and eight guests: Nettrice Gaskins, Jack Halberstam, Lesley Lokko, Ginger Nolan, Rachel Price, Andrew Ross, Lee Stickells, and Albena Yaneva.

Organized by: Ivan L. Munuera, Jess Ngan, Diana C. Olave, Bart-Jan Polma. 

Sponsored by the Department of African American Studies, Department of Anthropology, Department of Art and Archaeology, Humanities Council, International Employee Group at Princeton, Latino Princetonians ERG, LGBT Center, LGBT ERG, Military Service and Veterans Group, Princetonians of Color Network ERG, Program in Media and Modernity, School of Architecture

Later Event: September 22
Being LGBTQIA at Princeton