'Unscripted America': Rivett explores Native American linguistic contributions to American literature.
Sarah Rivett's latest book, "Unscripted America: Indigenous Languages and the Origins of Literary Nation," explores the impact of colonial language encounters between indigenous and European populations on Enlightenment language philosophy and early American literary history.
'Medical Story-Worlds' plumbs stories about the human body.
The course "Medical Story-Worlds," being taught at Princeton for the first time, examines a wide range of literary texts from all over the world and is structured as a 'floating classroom' with guest lectures by faculty members across campus.
Princeton student Jacob Kaplan, computer science major, dies
Proof of randomness builds future of digital security
Campus-wide bake-off delivers sweet treats and goodwill
Entrepreneurship in the life sciences is topic of TigerTalks in the City
Muldoon to receive Her Majesty's Gold Medal for Poetry from Queen Elizabeth
Gupta named ACM Fellow for outstanding accomplishments in computing
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