A lively conversation Feb. 26 at NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study on what artificial intelligence, big data, hashtags, Internet memes, and digital assistants tell us about being Black in the 21st century—and what they might portend for our future.
NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study presents a Feb. 22 talk on the highly anticipated film Black Panther and the evolution of blackness in U.S. comic books.
A conversation with legal, business, and racial equity leaders on the fight for economic justice and how to pioneer strategies for reforming how government works — and who it serves.
The 21st annual Kovner Behrman Health Forum at NYU Wagner features J. Michael Williams of the Harvard Medical School. The speaker's topic: Have ACO's delivered on their promised cost and quality improvements?
Winona LaDuke's message will speak to this moment in history and the ongoing efforts to further social, cultural, and environmental justice. She will address the interrelated issues of energy, food sovereignty, Native Rights, and an economics for the 99%.
As part of this NYU Silver School of Social Work academic conference, six outstanding MSW students will give presentations on how to “walk the talk” and incorporate social justice and diversity into direct practice.
Student creativity and imagination animate the music, visual art, dance, theater, film-making and other exhibitions at this weeklong festival, one of Gallatin's biggest yearly events.
The author will speak about her new book, "Havel, Hunde, Katzen, Tulpen—Garz erzählt" ("Havel, Dogs, Cats, Tulips—Garz Talks").
An evening withThomas Straubhaar, Professor of Economics at the University of Hamburg, concerning his new book entitled "Radically Fair" - and the prospects for a minimum guaranteed income for all.
A sampling of six authors of Festival Neue Literature provides a taste of new writing from Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.