September 2019


BOOK SALE -- September 25

Jackson Lears and the editors of Raritan: A Quarterly Review invite 
you to a book sale at their offices at 31 Mine Street on the College 
Avenue campus.

Browse among new and used works of literature, literary criticism, 
cultural history, biography, philosophy, fiction, poetry, art, and 
politics, along with back issues of Raritan and other literary and 
scholarly journals.

Low prices are guaranteed, and light refreshments will be served. 

We hope you will join us.

Date: Wednesday, September 25 (Rain Date: September 26)
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Place: 31 Mine Street (between College and Easton Avenues)

Questions? Call 848-932-7887

April 2019

APRIL 2019 Journalism in an Age of Cynicism and Polarization: Case Studies from America and RussiaPresented by Raritan and the Center for Cultural AnalysisFeaturing New York Times national...

November 2018

NOVEMBER 2018 The Uses of Fear: American-Russian Relations in Historical PerspectiveA roundtable discussion presented by Raritan and the Center for Cultural AnalysisPanelists:Jackson Lears, Editor...

May 2018

May 2018 Edward Tenner & Richard K. Rein in ConversationThe Efficiency Paradox: What Big Data Can't DoThursday, May 10 @ 6:00 PMLabyrinth Books122 Nassau StreetPrinceton, NJ 08542Full event details...

February 2017

February 2017 Farewell to Dore Ashton, one of our favorite contributors and a grande dame of art criticism. [New York Times] Age of Anger: A History of the Present by Pankaj Mishra has just been...

April 2016

APRIL 2016 With great pleasure, the editors offer congratulations to… MARSHA POMERANTZ, whose “Right/Left: A Triptych,” from our Summer 2015 issue, was selected for inclusion in the Best American Essays...

July 2015

JULY 2015 Farewell to SEBASTIANO VASSALLI  (1941-2015), one of Italy's literary greats and an intellectual in the largest sense. It was an honor to have his words (vividly translated by GREGORY...

October 2014

OCTOBER 2014 The editors extend a warm welcome to Michael Van Unen, Raritan's new Office Manager. 

September 2014

SEPTEMBER 2014 It is with sadness that we note the passing of two great men of letters: KARL MILLER, founder of the London Review of Books and a long-time friend of Raritan and its editors, first...

August 2014

AUGUST 2014 We bid a fond farewell to DONNA K. GREEN, who has served as Raritan's administrative assistant since the fall of 1985. We will miss her cheerful presence (that silvery laugh!) and her...

August 2013

AUGUST 2013 We mourn the loss of JOHN HOLLANDER (1929-2013), distinguished poet and critic. John served on Raritan's editorial board since its founding in 1981, and his wisdom and generous spirit...

February 2013

FEBRUARY 2013 The editors are delighted to offer congratulations to... JOHN KINSELLA, whose latest book of poems, Jam Tree Gully, has won two Australian poetry prizes: the 2013 Prime Minister's...

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