Princeton Preview gives newly admitted students to the Class of 2023 and their families an opportunity to sample the University’s academic, residential and social offerings. The annual hosting program will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday April 9 and 10 and Monday and Tuesday April 15 and 16.
This year the Humanities Council will host the following events:
Explore the Humanities in East Asia
Learn about the East Asian Humanities Sequence, HUM/EAS 233-234, a two-semester set of courses that will introduce you to the traditional and contemporary cultures of China, Japan, and Korea. The sequence fulfills distribution requirements as well as a requirement for the East Asian Studies certificate and major. Study important works of East Asian literature, religion, philosophy, and film, and explore the relevance of East Asian traditions in the modern world. Taught by faculty specialists in China, Japan, and Korea.
Tuesday, April 9, 11:00 am -12:00 pm
Everything You Always Wanted to Know (about the Humanities Sequence)
Learn about the Humanities Sequence and its interdisciplinary approach to Western culture. HUM216-219 is an intensive, double-credit, year-long program that fulfills four distribution requirements. Study the landmark achievements of the Western intellectual tradition in a global context, with a team of faculty drawn from across the humanities and social sciences.
Tuesday, April 9, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Monday, April 15, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Both days held in McCormick 106