TRIBES OF NEW YORK: INVENTING SPECTACLE
Victor P. Corona, Ph.D., sociologist at NYU’s School of Professional Studies and author of Night Class: A Downtown Memoir, moderates a panel on the tribes of performers, artists, musicians, DJs, writers, socialites, and nightlife personas that sustain New York’s role as a global cultural capital.
The panelists are:
- Sophia Lamar, actress, model, style icon, and nightlife legend
- Rose Wood, performance artist at The Box
- Wednesday Martin, Ph.D., bestselling author of Primates of Park Avenue, Stepmonster, and the forthcoming Untrue
- Cat Marnell, bestselling author of How to Murder Your Life and former beauty editor, xoJane and Lucky
Writers Dayna Troisi and Alexandra Warrick will offer brief welcoming remarks to introduce the panelists’ work. Thomas Kiedrowski, author of Andy Warhol’s New York City and MLIS candidate at the Pratt Institute, co-moderates. Corona will also sign copies of Night Class after the panel.
NYU Fales Library & Special Collections
Bobst Library, 3rd Floor
Thursday, October 19, 2017
event begins at 6:30pm