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Play by NYU adjunct professor Luis. H. Francia premieres April 25.
New lecture series honors the legacy of Samuel J. Wagstaff Jr.
Great Hall Exhibition Series Spring 2021; The James B. Duke House, 1 East 78th Street; Online opening: March 25, 2021.
The virtual gala is free and open to the public.
NYU’s Institute for the Study of the Ancient World presents online exhibition on the life and legacy of the influential Roman physician, Galen.
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.
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Join Jewish Currents magazine and three NYU food scholars for an evening about Jewish food.
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.