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4/9/2014 | 6:30 PM
Writers and graduating students from the four City University of New York MFA Programs in Creative Writing (City College, Brooklyn College, Hunter College, and Queens College) come together for readings of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction at the Graduate Center. Read more
SAVING CUNY’s PAST
The Story of Open Admissions
A Public Program Launching the CUNY DigitalHistory Archive
Hear from activists who have advocated for public higher education for all NYers.
Participate in plans for collecting and organizing a public archive of our CUNY history. Read more
Join Erkki Huhtamo for a presentation on how media archaeological topos analysis can grant us insight into transformative cultural sphere. Read more
Join Nate Harrison, Moira Meltzer-Cohen, Ruthann Robson, Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento, and Diala Shamas to explore the intersection of art and law on issues of civil rights, intellectual property, public space, and more. Read more
4/9/2014 | 6:00 PM
This event features the screening of three films followed by a conversation between Luciano Castillo, Director of Cuban Film Archives, and Professor Jerry Carlson, Bildner Center Senior Fellow. Read more
4/9/2014 | 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Food, Power, Exchange and Identity:
Food and Foodstuffs in the French and Francophone Worlds.
A three-year Seminar Read more
Food, Power, Exchange and Identity: Food and Foodstuffs in the French and Francophone Worlds (Part I) Read more