UNITED NATIONS SUMMER STUDY WHO: Graduate students (master’s and PhD) and individuals pursuing continuing education in all fields. Graduate students can earn 3 to 6 credits through the program. WHAT: United Nations Summer Study Program, which embeds students in the United Nations system in New York City.
Join Global South Center For Conversation by Licia Fiol-Matta, “The Great Woman Singer: Gender & Voice in the Americas,” 10/3
Please join Global South Center today, October 3 at 5.30pm in the Alumni Reading Room for an exciting conversation by scholar Licia Fiol-Matta. The talk, The Great Woman Singer: Gender & Voice in the Americas about Chavela Vargas explores gender and sexuality in Latinx context, and Caribbean musicalities!
Join us for a discussion on water losses and the struggle for decommodified services! RSVP
SMS Faculty Member Peter Asaro was quoted in a CBC article, and then interviewed in the accompanying radio program. Read the article here. Also, Asaro’s discussions with Brad Smith during the “Tools and Weapons” event has sharpened his focus on autonomous weapons. Read more here.
GIDEST Seminar John Keene Queer Games Friday, October 11, 12-1:30 p.m. GIDEST Lab, Room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue Please join us Friday, October 11, 12-1:30 p.m., for a discussion with novelist and poet John Keene. For his GIDEST seminar, Professor Keene has generously provided a piece of unpublished work. At his request, circulation of
Announcing the Fall 2019 Season of ‘If You Can Screen It There: Premiering Contemporary Latin American Cinema’ at Anthology Film Archives
If You Can Screen It There: Premiering Contemporary Latin American Cinema Fall 2019 Season Anthology Film Archives New York City, despite its status as a world capital of cinema, regularly misses out on screenings of many key international films. Though the exhibition of Latin American
OCTOBER EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES Please join the Center for the Humanities this October for two cross-disciplinary conferences: Unit Structres: The Art of Cecil Taylor, exploring and honoring the work of musician, poet, and educator Cecil Taylor, and “Un-Fair Trades: Artistic Intersections with Social and Environmental Injustices in the