EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES THIS WEEK Please join the Center for the Humanities for an exciting week of events which are free and open to the public at the Graduate Center, CUNY. We are also currently circulating our Call for CUNY Faculty Applications to participate in the Seminar on Public Engagement and
Eugene Thacker’s book In the Dust of This Planet has been translated into German (Matthes & Seitz), Italian (Nero Editions), and Russian (Hyle Press), all published this year.
Roundtable April 10 6:30PM-8:00PM Roundtable with Grupo Fantasma (**New Location KJCC Rm. 324**) CLACS presents a conversation with members of Grammy Award Winning Grupo Fantasma, moderated by Dylon Robbins. Grupo Fantasma will speak about the release of their new albumAmerican Music Vol. VII. Read more/RSVP
DATE: 17.4.17 TIME: 6:30 LOCATION: STARR FOUNDATION HALL, UC BASEMENT DESCRIPTION: \Tim Maughan returns to New York City to launch his debut novel Infinite Detail in a live discussion moderated by McKenzie Wark. Infinite Detail presents a prophetic portrait of the collapse of the networked
Ben Peters to give talk on Soviet internet book at NYU next Friday afternoon! The Soviet Internet: Beyond the Book Benjamin Peters Friday April 12 @ 4:30PM – 6PM NYU Steinhardt | Media, Culture and Communications 239 Greene St, 8th floor For more info, click
SMS Faculty Member Joel Schlemowitz has recently come out with a new book publication called, Experimental Filmmaking and the Motion Picture Camera. Experimental Filmmaking and the Motion Picture Camera is an introductory guide for practicing artists and filmmakers, ideal for students as well. For more information
Wednesday, October 17th 4:00- 6:00 pm Dorothy Hirshon Suite/Room 1205 55 West 13th Street New York, NY 10011 Celebrate with us the launch of Homeboy Came To Orange: A Story of People’s Power, written by Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment faculty Dr. Mindy Thompson Fullilove and her late
Smart Risks: How Small Grants are Helping to Solve Some of the World’s Biggest Problems by Jennifer Lentfer and Tanya Cothran is a compilation of 30 essays that explore how responsive grantmaking, focused on grassroots wisdom and close connections, can make a lasting impact in the Global South. This book
Screenwriting faculty member, Greg DePaul will be launching his book Bring the Funny on Thursday, Oct 27 at 6 PM at the NYU Bookstore at726 Broadway, New York, NY 10003 He has invited 4-time Emmy-winning TV producer/writer Joe Toplyn (Late Night, The Tonight Show, Monk) to talk about
School of Media Studies Professor, Eugene Thacker was featured today in The New School News article “In the Dust of This Planet: Eugene Thacker Confronts the Unthinkable“.
Congratulations to Eugene Thacker on the success of An Ideal for Living. Here are some opinions on the new ‘anti-novel’: As today’s strategies of conceptual writing have become legitimized and clichéd, Thacker’s text reminds us of how radical and potent these gestures once were, treading
Faculty member Eugene Thacker’s co-edited anthology of essays, And They Were Two In One and One In Two, is now available from Schism press. The anthology collects essays on horror cinema, decapitation, and the body politic, from an event originally held at The New School. Contributors include
In celebration of a cornerstone of dark fantasy nearly thirty years in publication, Clive Barker’s novella CABAL has been rereleased by literary publisher Fiddleblack in a limited edition, uniquely “annotated” format. The book, a gorgeously designed hardcover with artwork by Barker himself, features new content
Book Launch: Viva Favela: Ten Years of Photojournalism, Human Rights, and Visual Inclusion in Brazil
In the last ten years, there’s been a media revolution in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro. Taking the production, circulation, and reception of news into their own hands, favela residents have changed the dominant media landscape. In his new book, Viva Favela: Ten Years
Eric Davis, host of the Expanding Mind segments on Progressive Radio Network, sat down with Eugene Thacker to talk about weird fiction, medieval mysticism, and other ground covered in In the Dust of this Planet: The Horror of Philosophy.