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MAR 24, 2014
Join Claudia Moreno Parsons for a discussion and presentation of this newly published collection of letters between poet and activist Amiri Baraka (1934-2014) and the poet Edward Dorn (1929–99). Read more
MAR 25, 2014
What are the politics of the creative economy? Has the development of the city’s creative economies helped or exacerbated existing inequalities? What is the current state of the city’s creative life, and how does it relate to gentrification? Read more
MAR 26, 2014
Organization: M. Huchon, University Paris-Sorbonne; B. Renner, CUNY Read more
Join eminent historian Quentin Skinner as he discusses the concept of individual freedom, arguing that the usual practice of defining it in negative terms as "absence of interference" is in need of qualification. Read more
Dr. Zoltán Tibori Szabó
Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
New Forms of Revolt (Julia Kristeva) Read more
Join us on Wednesday, March 26, 6:30-8:30PM (Room C197)for an event hosted by Professor Robert Singer, that will consider the extensive use of the modern city as a setting for avant-garde films produced in the 1950's.
MAR 27, 2014
Guiding Language Performance through Intermediate into Advanced & Guiding Language Performance through Advanced into Superior
University of Arkansas-Little Rock
Fernando Rubio, University of Utah Read more
This training session will provide insights on how to use Argos, The Graduate Center's enterprise reporting tool. Argos provides the insight you need in a single, feature rich, user friendly tool. Argos is easy to use, easy to launch and easy to manage.
Filming a Reenactment of Past Performance: A screening of Four Pieces by Morris, a film by Babette Mangolte