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NYU Animal Studies will host “Seeing Octopuses,” a webinar that will explore what we know about octopuses as well as what we can learn from them, on Mon., Feb. 1.
Will Kymlicka, co-author of Zoopolis: A Political Theory of Animal Rights, will discuss the role of animals in the political process in “Towards an Animal-Friendly Democracy" on Fri., Dec. 4.
The Gallatin Galleries will present “Far Away, So Close,” a multi-media installation that ponders and depicts how technology has transformed the ways we realize intimacy.
Anthropologist Rayna Rapp will discuss the growth of genetic testing in reproduction in a virtual lecture, Wed., Nov. 11.
The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute will host “Race and the 2020 Presidential Election,” a virtual event featuring a diverse panel of New York Times correspondents, on Tues., Oct. 27.
The Creative Writing Program will host virtual events in November featuring Claudia Rankine, Raven Leilani, and Susan Choi, among others.
Nobel Laureate Paul Romer will deliver a virtual lecture, “Progress Is Possible...If We Are Willing and Able to Make Course Corrections,” on Oct. 27.
The Gallatin Galleries will present "The Tuba Thieves", a video installation by artist Alison O’Daniel, on 24-hour display from Oct. 14 through Nov. 20.
The Creative Writing Program’s Fall 2020 Reading Series continues in October with events featuring Evie Shockley, John Freeman, and Khaled Mattawa, among others.
“Dead Sea Scrolls in Recent Scholarship,” an international virtual conference featuring more than three dozen scholars who will share their new discoveries on the ancient religious manuscripts, will be held May 17 through May 20.