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Novel Model Evaluating Art Market Returns Shows Retained-Equity Portfolios Significantly Outperform S&P 500
La Maison Française will host a concert of music of Élisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre (March 6); a talk about The Hatred of Literature with William Marx and Ben Lerner (March 20); a conversation with writer Frédéric Beigbeder as part of the French Literature in the Making series (March 26); and more in March.
Deutsches Haus at NYU will host journalist Jürgen Kuttner presenting an evening of video snippets that address the fragility of German identity (March 2); Andreas Bernard, Euphania University, and Alexander Galloway, NYU Steinhardt, for a conversation about the book Persons of Interest: The Status of the Self in Digital Cultures (March 6); Dr. Gabriele Abels, University of Tübingen in Germany, for a lecture on Germany’s policy toward European integration (March 27); and more in March.
A Documentary-Style Verbatim Performance Explores Implicit Biases Around Aging
NYU’s Glucksman Ireland House will honor Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon and entrepreneur Carl Shanahan at their 2018 gala. The annual event will be held Tuesday, February 27 at the Kimmel Center for University Life.
Professor Keila Grinberg will deliver “Slavery, Illegal Enslavement and International Conflicts” on Tues., Feb. 27, 6:30 p.m. at NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center (53 Washington Square South [betw. Sullivan and Thompson Streets].
Cinema Studies Graduate Will Be Honored as Department Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary
NYU King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center will host Chairman Emeritus of the Neuroscience and Physiology department at the NYU School of Medicine for a lecture on Santiago Ramón y Cajal (Feb. 16); Chilean poet Soledad Marambio and translators Hilary Kaplan, Elizabeth Zuba, and Jeannine Pitas of Ugly Duckling Presse (Feb. 28); and more in February at its 53 Washington Square South location (betw. Sullivan and Thompson Streets).
Gayle was widely recognized for her passionate advocacy of photography beginning in the early 80s, her adventuresome collecting, her generous gifts to many museums, and her esteemed leadership as a Trustee and Chair of the International Center of Photography.
Father-Daughter Filmmaking Duo Embody the Creative Spirit of NYU Tisch