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9/24/2013 | 6:30 PM
How do “traditional” art-making processes of observation and proportion continue to play a role in contemporary art after modernism? Join artists Shoshana Dentz, Caitlin Masley, and Seher Shah in conversation with James Gallery curator Katherine Carl. Read more
Featuring Kate D. Levin, commissioner of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs; Jonathan Bowles, executive director of Center for an Urban Future; and Elizabeth Currid-Halkett, author of The Warhol Economy. William P. Kelly, interim chancellor of the City University of New York, will moderate. Read more
9/24/2013 | 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Nazik Dinçtopal-Deniz (The Graduate Center, CUNY), will give a talk entitled "Effects of constituent length on syntactic ambiguity resolution in Turkish: Evidence from reading and listening". Read more
9/24/2013 | 11:45 AM to 1:45 PM
A lecture with Jose Scheinkman: "Speculating on Home Improvement." Read more
9/24/2013 | 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Keynote Speakers:Colm Tóibín and Maria DiBattista. This day-long conference celebrates the centenary publication of D. H. Lawrence’s ground-breaking novel Sons and Lovers (1913). Read more
This day-long conference celebrates the centenary publication of D. H. Lawrence’s ground-breaking novel Sons and Lovers (1913). Read more