Please join friends and colleagues on Thursday April 2nd at 6pm in Hemmerdinger Hall (1st Floor, 100 Washington Square East) for the 17th Annual Annette B. Weiner Memorial Lecture. This year’s speaker is Anna Tsing, Professor of Anthropology at UC Santa Cruz.
RSVP required to attend. Send RSVP to email@example.com.
Photo ID required for entry.
NYU’s Center for Ancient Studies is once again offering small grants for summer or term-time study through its Antonina S. Ranieri International Scholars Fund. These grants are intended to support academic travel abroad by Arts and Science undergraduate or graduate students who are studying any aspect of the ancient world. Grants are generally under $2,000 and may be taken in conjunction with other awards. The Ranieri Fund supports both independent study (e.g., research in foreign libraries) and participation in formal programs (e.g., Goethe Institute language courses, archaeological digs, and international conferences).
Students should submit a brief description of the project explaining how it relates to their studies, an itemized budget, CV, and detailed letter of support from any Arts and Science faculty sponsor. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 2015, for this summer or the next academic year. Decisions will be made by the Advisory Committee of the Center, and winners will be notified of the decision on or about Friday, May 1.
For further information or to submit an application, students should contact the Center’s Program Administrator, Maura Pollard, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The North American TAG meeting will take place on May 22-24 at New York University! The theme of this year’s conference is MOVEMENT. The conference committee has received a number of wonderful session proposals, and they are now accepting titles and abstracts for individual papers and presentations.
The deadline for submissions of paper titles and abstracts is 28 February 2015. Abstracts should be submitted to email@example.com.
For more information about the conference, please click here.
Congratulations to Culture & Media alumna Sophie Tuttleman. Her C&M film The Cancer Mirror screened this month at the San Diego Jewish Film Festival!
Congratulations to Culture & Media alumna Christi Mladic Janney! Her C&M film Living Quechua will screen next Friday 2/27 at the New York Women in Film & Television event “Immigrant Women Screening Series: Activism.” The series will present the works of women immigrant and first-generation American filmmakers and focus on the immigrant experience within the five boroughs of New York City.
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Congratulations to Culture & Media alumna Gabriela Bortolamedi! Her C&M documentary Ni Aquí, Ni Allá (Neither Here, Nor There) has been picked up for distribution by Women Make Movies.
Ni Aquí, Ni Allá illuminates the challenges facing undocumented college students and their families around the country.
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Undergraduates! There is an exciting Archaeology internship opportunity open at the American Museum of Natural History. For more information about the internship, including job requirements, application requirements, and deadlines, please download the promotional flyer, here.
Good luck to all our applicants!
Culture & Media alumna Natasha Raheja’s C&M film Cast in India screens today at “EYE CANDY,” the Yale Graduate Film Conference! The film will screen during the 1:30-3:15 PM session titled “Border Crossings.”
Dr. Noelle Stout will be speaking at this year’s Queering Anthropology conference, to take place from February 12-14th at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Dr. Stout will be speaking on Friday (First Books/First Chapters) and Saturday (No Queer Futures).
For more information about this exciting conference, please download the program here.