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Victor P. Corona, Ph.D., sociologist at NYU’s School of Professional Studies and author of Night Class: A Downtown Memoir, moderates a panel on the tribes of performers, artists, musicians, DJs, writers, socialites, and nightlife personas that sustain New York’s role as a global cultural capital.
Boch, a Mudd Club doorman, to read from his latest book
The conference will explore the deep connections between the early postwar years and the age of Donald Trump, encouraging a new wave of scholars to rediscover the Early Cold War
Zumoff will speak on protests at wool mills in 1920s Passaic, New Jersey, which he contends pioneered the techniques key to the success of labor strikes in the 1930s.
NYU Fales Library will host a panel discussion entitled “Migration, Preservation, and New York City: A Useful Taste of History,” February 28, 2017 from 4-6pm.
Brings Librarianship and Management Expertise to the Role
Commemorating the 15th Anniversary of 9/11, the panel to discuss how these women’s lives have changed post-9/11 and how women are faring in NYC’s emergency services
Tamiment Library at New York University today announced that it has been given a grant of $230,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities to process “Unbound Movements,” more than 1,500 linear feet of material documenting American social protest. Most of the materials were donated to the Tamiment Library as parts of manuscript and other archival collections amassed by activists and organizations in existence between 1950-2000.
The panel will examine subjects such as the food-industry sponsored Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2015, opposed by consumer groups and currently stalled in the Senate; and Vermont’s GMO labeling law, likely to go into effect this summer.