In her book, Marcia Chatelain uncovers a surprising history of cooperation among fast food companies, black capitalists, and civil rights leaders, who―in the troubled years after King's assassination―believed they found an economic answer to the problem of racial inequality.
Symposium explores what it means to work during a presidential administration that routinely refers to the press as an “enemy of the people," among other urgent questions facing journalists across genres, subjects, and publications.
The Courant Institute's Aaron Brown has co-authored an analysis outlining optimal times for teams to pull their goalies when trailing in a game.
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Join Jewish Currents magazine and three NYU food scholars for an evening about Jewish food.
The recent wave of youthful protests worldwide may be the largest in history.
Ivan Brehm, the chef and owner of Michelin-starred restaurant Nouri will visit NYU to discuss 'Appetite,' his restaurant’s new research arm.
As more states and cities restrict throwaway grocery bags, NYU Wagner’s Tatiana Homonoff argues that a tax works better than a ban.
New data analysis from NYU Steinhardt professor and colleague finds several factors including recent mass shooter incidents impetus for bill introduction.
Public Culture, the peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal of cultural studies, will now be housed at NYU's Steinhardt School.
Jacob Remes, a clinical associate professor at Gallatin, uses the New York City bakery staple as a lens to explore the history of anti-Semitism, corruption, the labor movement, the changing makeup of American cities, and more.