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Princeton Migrations is a community-wide investigation of the theme of migration taking place throughout Princeton from February through May, 2018.

Spearheaded by the Princeton University Art Museum, the project includes exhibitions, readings, residencies, performances, lectures, workshops, and community actions presented by more than 20 community partners and a host of campus organizations.


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4:30 pm - ‘One Way Ticket’: The Meanings of Migration in African American History and Life (Wallace Best, Princeton University)

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Conference, “Changing Nationalisms in an Era of Internationalism”

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Conference, “Changing Nationalisms in an Era of Internationalism”

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Conference, “Changing Nationalisms in an Era of Internationalism”

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4:30 pm - Liberty, Listening: ‘The New Colossus’ and the Poetry of Immigration (Esther Schor, Princeton University)

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12:00 pm - Hugh Wilson’s “Painted Portraits: 2006–2014”

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7:00 pm - Exhibit Talk: Kate Germond of Centurion

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7:30 pm - Persepolis

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7:00 pm - Lecture: Person, Place, Thing with Randy Cohen featuring Dan-el Padilla Peralta

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10:30 am - Migration Tours: The Poetry of Nature

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6:00 pm - Womanspace Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award Event featuring L.Y. Marlow

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