April 27 – Film Screening: If the Dancer Dances

If a dance is not danced, it vanishes. The 2019 feature documentary If the Dancer Dances brings viewers into the intimate world of the dance studio. Join Gallatin for a special screening followed by a Q&A with film subjects Gus Solomons jr, Rashaun Mitchell, and Gino Grenek—all…

April 27 – Black Muslim Symposium: History, Legacy, and Experiences

For centuries, Black Muslims have influenced the development of Islam in America through faith, activism, and solidarity. This symposium will highlight the past and present contributions of Black Muslims to the greater Islamic faith. Breakout sessions will cover emerging themes…

April 26-27 – Radical Democracy Conference 2019​

  What is Feminist Politics? The 8th Annual Radical Democracy Conference will feature round-tables, breakfast and lunch panels, keynote lectures, and evening receptions surrounding the topics of feminist politics and struggles, the rise to new democratic movements, and gender studies.…

April 30 –  Writing a Data Management Plan for Grant Applications

This NYULibraries will cover the basics of writing a successful data management plan for federal funding agencies such as the NEH, NSF, NIH, NASA, and others. Attendees will learn about the different requirements funding agencies have for your research data.  For more…

April 23 –  “After Rikers: Justice by Design” Film Screening and Panel

Please join the NYU College of Global Public Health, NYU Silver School of Social Work, Brennan Center for Justice, and Public Square Media for a film screening of After Rikers: Justice by Design followed by a panel discussion.  After Rikers: Justice by…

April 24 – For a Logic of Poetic Space: “The Off-Screen”

Please join the NYU Center for the Humanities for a workshop on Eyal Peretz’s landmark book The Off-Screen: An Investigation of the Cinematic Frame.  From the Renaissance on, a new concept of the frame organizes a range of artistic media that are fascinated…