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See what's happening at the Graduate Center. Learn about upcoming talks, performances, seminars, conferences, and workshops.

See what's happening at the Graduate Center. Learn about upcoming talks, performances, seminars, conferences, and workshops.

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May 19 Thursday

ARC Seminar: Kevin Gee

4:00 pm — 5:30 pm Online

"Material Hardship Among Asian Americans: Patterns, Determinants and Consequences" Kevin Gee is Associate Professor, School of Education, and Faculty Research Affiliate with the Center for Poverty & Inequality Research, University of California, Davis Additional Details TBD

Lecture

Open to the Public

May 19 Thursday

The Abraham Accords

4:00 pm — 5:30 pm Online

Bill Siegel, Lifelong Peer Learning member, invites Benjamin Rogers, the American Jewish Committee Director of Middle East Initiatives, to discuss the impact of the Abraham Accords on the future of Middle East engagement. Signed in the Fall of 2020, the...

Discussion

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May 20 Friday

For What? For Whom? An Evening of Collective Storytelling Featuring Kamau Ware of the Black Gotham Experience

5:00 pm — 7:00 pm 1218: Segal Theatre

The stories that are hidden or embedded within our communities often exist within our moving, breathing, feeling bodies. In this evening of collective storytelling, we ask: How can we make community members, thinkers, artists, and people with bodies more visible...

Performance

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May 26 Thursday

ARC Seminar: Henrique Espada Lima

4:00 pm — 5:30 pm Online

"Getting old between slavery and freedom: AfricanBrazilian trajectories through life in nineteenth-century Brazil" Henrique Espada Lima is Associate Professor of History, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil Additional Details TBD

Lecture

Open to the Public