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Eduardo Cadava

Cadava is Professor of English at Princeton University, where he also is affiliated with the Program in Media and Modernity, the School of Architecture, the Center for African American Studies, and the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies. He has written extensively on topics ranging across literature, philosophy, photography, architecture, and music, focusing on issues concerning democracy, war, race and slavery, human rights and citizenship, and the relations between memory and forgetting. He has published three books, co-edited three books, published over sixty essays, and translated several works from French into English. He is the author of Words of Light: Theses on the Photography of History, Emerson and the Climates of History, and, with Fazal Sheikh, Fazal Sheikh: Portraits. He has co-edited Who Comes After the Subject?, Cities Without Citizens (for Slought), and The Itinerant Languages of Photography. Cadava is on the Board of Directors of Slought, with the role of President, and served on the Advisory Committee of Slought from 2002-2013.

Board of Directors

Slought

Professor of English
Princeton University
22 McCosh Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544
cadava@princeton.edu
+1.609.258.4061

Values

Primary programs
Local
Begins Dec 27, 2004

A conversation with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak and others about geopolitics, mourning, and the work of philosopher Jacques Derrida

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World
Begins Apr 19, 2011

An exhibition and workshop exploring communicating through purely visual means

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Begins Jul 9, 2003

Drawing from Rosenbach Museum archives, this exhibition explores the limits and conditions of citizenship in early and modern times

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Cloud
Begins Jan 23, 2011

A space for inter-cultural conversation and research about art and advocacy, exploring a variety of trends, shared differences, and common concerns

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