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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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8:00 pm - Lecture: “Apostles of Race: Immigration, Religion, and Black Racial Identity during the Gilded Age” with Judith Weisenfeld

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4:30 pm - Faculty-student discussion, “Refugee Resettlement in the US”

6:30 pm - Open Archive: An Immigrant Story

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4:30 pm - Panel discussion, “Reporting on the Refugee Crisis, Part II”

6:00 pm - Neel Mukherjee and Jhumpa Lahiri discuss “A Life Apart”

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6:00 pm - Reception: Sidewalk Sightings: People Without Homes with Fanny Allié

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1:00 pm - Film Screening: DamNation at the Watershed Center (Q&A afterwards with John Jengo)

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6:00 pm - Jhumpa Lahiri discusses Domenico Starnone’s Trick

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7:00 pm - Film Screening: Salam Neighbor (Q&A afterwards with filmmaker, Chris Temple)

8:00 pm - Lecture: “Immigration in American Economic History” with Leah Boustan

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10:30 am - Book Discussion: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

4:30 pm - Symposium, “Africa and Migration”

5:30 pm - Film Screening: The Other Side of Hope

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Migration and Risk in the Pacific World (conference)

9:00 am - The Future of The Puerto Rican Body — Part II of Bankruptcy and Citizenship: Puerto Rico, A 21st Century Colony?

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Migration and Risk in the Pacific World (conference)

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1:00 pm - Film Screening: “Winged Migration” and Discussion

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6:00 pm - Sarah Rivett and Sean Wilentz discuss “Unscripted America – Indigenous Languages and the Origins of a Literary Nation”

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7:00 pm - Panel: Words Without Borders: The Translation of Books

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4:00 pm - Performance: Joan Tower – Made in America

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6:30 pm - Screening and Discussion: Grab a Hunk of Lightning

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8:00 pm - Lecture: “The War Against Immigrants: How Can Citizens and Community Resist?” with Patricia Fernandez-Kelly

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6:30 pm - Film Screening: Shalom Italia – POSTPONED

7:30 pm - Daughters of the Dust

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11:30 am - Book Brunch with Moshe Sakal

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3:00 pm - Bringing Migratory Shad Back to Princeton – Lecture at the Watershed Center

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8:00 pm - Lecture: “An Accidental Immigrant” with Ya-Mei Chen

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6:00 pm - Joao Biehl discusses “Unfinished – The Anthropology of Becoming”

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