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Art critic and Princeton University professor of art and archaeology Hal Foster says his new book “Brutal Aesthetics” — the subject of a Wednesday, December 2, Labyrinth Books in Princeton live stream — was “born of my puzzling over” a paradoxical statement by 20th-century German cultural critic Walter Benjamin: modernism teaches us “how to survive civilization if need be.”
The Princeton University Press recently partnered with the online New Books Network to launch the Princeton University Press Ideas Podcasts — a series featuring PUP and NBN’s interviews with Princeton authors.
Morven Museum & Gardens picks up its pandemic-postponed programs on Thursday, November 19, when Perdita Buchan provides the virtual talk “Utopia, New Jersey: Travels in the Nearest Eden.”
Nell Flanders, Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s new assistant conductor, sets the tempo for reaching future music lovers.
For those looking for a pandemic outing that offers a healthy dose of social distancing, we’ve got you covered with your own self-guided covered bridge tour.