The Human Rights Watch Film Festival team is looking to recruit a new social media + outreach coordinator for their upcoming New York festival. The ideal candidate will be someone with: a passion for human rights experience promoting events knowledge of local organizations + activist networks +
“Aesthetics and the Alien: Straub/Huillet in Moses und Aron,” e-flux lectures Ute Hall Wednesday, March 29, 7pm e-flux 311 E Broadway New York, NY 10002 Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet’s adaptation of Arnold Schoenberg’s opera Moses und Aron (Moses and Aaron), shot in 1974 and dedicated to Holger Meins, is a study on migration,
Join Engage Media Lab and NYU for a co-screening of The Rules. The event will be held at the King Juan Carlos Center, 53 Washington Square South, on Tuesday, April 11th at 6:30pm. The Rules is a 2015 collaborative film made by the International Field Program in Brazil.
The SGPIA office is putting together a number of events in the next few weeks; check them out below and as always don’t hesitate to reach out if there are any events you’d like to put together or if you have any questions on any of the
Calling all student scholars of art! Please join us this spring and present your student work that investigates aspects of art and human sociality at “The Social Significance of Art – A Multidisciplinary Postgraduate Conference” What: Exploring the potential of art and aesthetics to impact
We want to thank you for your continued support of our programs. As we move into April and warmer weather, we have a lot of great outdoor activities planned. Please let the students in your lives know about… Varsity Tennis Team – they have 6
Monday, April 3, 6:30pm New York University’s King Juan Carlos I Center Auditorium 53 Washington Square South, New York City Free and open to the public (a valid ID is required to enter the building) RSVP here Indocumentales is a film and conversation series exploring the immigrant experience. This series
This event features a selection of films and videos by Caroline Key and Shelly Silver; each uses forms of occlusion to recover vulnerable, untranslatable, or invisibilized layers of social material. Wednesday, April 5th at 7:00pm for “Behind the Camera, Covering the Image: Caroline Key and Shelly Silver“in Martin E.
ANNUAL SOCIOLOGY STUDENT CONFERENCE The New School for Social Research SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 10am-8pm Crowds, Mobs, Masses and Publics Thinking our populist moment Keynote Speaker: Mabel Berezin, Cornell University Continuity and Contingency: Thinking Sociologically about Right Wing Politics in Europe and Beyond Opening Speaker: Jürgen