The exhibition, entitled Difficult Love (Or What Scatters and Comes Back Together), considers how identities are formed in love and in resistance to the brutality of colonial world making.
A free public forum looks at the role that better bus service can have in advancing economic opportunity and social equity in NYC.
Sponsored by NYU Wagner, the US Conference of Mayors, and the David Bohnett Foundation.
She will discuss the legacy of slavery in America in a fireside chat with Christina Greer.
The exhibition will take place at NYU's Gallatin Galleries, with a reception and discussion forum coming on Oct. 16.
Just look around, and up: It may be time for urbanists to call this “the era of the megadevelopment.” A group of experts will convene at NYU Gallatin to consider this worldwide phenomenon, and the implications for democracy, displacement and the future of cities.
A leading expert in economics and business, Matthew Kahn, will discuss the looming threat of climate change to cities around the world.
Activist-analysts will discuss fires and deforestation occurring in Brazil and Bolivia, and alternative approaches.
Brazilian elected officials and experts will be gathering to discuss deforestation and how to turn it around.