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MAR 14, 2014
The NYC mayoral transition and its impact on sustainable/unsustainable environmental practices, especially in light of the recent focus on the exacerbation of inequalities. Read more
Overview & Guiding Language Performance through Novice into Intermediate
Arnold Bleicher, ACTFL Consultant, Ashland, OR
University of Arkansas-Little Rock
Fernando Rubio, University of Utah Read more
Erasure, Black Interiority, and the (Post-)Racial Future
Bowen Paulle, University of Amsterdam – “Toxic Schools: High-Poverty Education in New York and Amsterdam” Read more
IRADAC Fellows Symposium
Locating Identities: Interdisciplinary Approaches Read more
The Ph.D. Program in Anthropology invites you to attend our Fall 2013 Colloquia. Unless otherwise noted, colloquium are held Fridays 4:15 – 6PM (rm. C415A), followed by receptions in the Brockway Room (rm. 6402). This event is free; identification is required to enter the Graduate Center. Read more
James Romm in Conversation on Dying Every Day: Seneca at the Court of Nero, with Classics Ph.D. students Michael Goyette and Tim Hanford. Read more
Eminent literary and political theorist Fredric Jameson, of Duke University, gives a new address, followed by a conversation with noted cultural critic Stanley Aronowitz, of the Graduate Center. Read more
Conference Read more
This panel will take as its starting point a discussion of the Gezi Park protests, which erupted in Istanbul in late May 2013 and led to ongoing resistance throughout Turkey in opposition to the majority government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Read more