Anthropologist Rayna Rapp will discuss the growth of genetic testing in reproduction in a public lecture, Wed., March 25.
The Asian/Pacific/American Institute will host events in March featuring a panel discussion on transnational and transracial adoptive family formation in the wake of U.S. wars in Asia, a discussion on Mauna Kea and Native Hawaiian political resurgence, and a symposium on the politics of diaspora and ethno-nationalism.
New York University’s Department of Environmental Studies will host a series of presentations on factory farming and its larger implications on Fri., Feb. 21.
The Taub Center for Israel Studies will host Israeli diplomat Yossi Beilin for "Between Oslo and Trump: A Review of the Peace Process" on Tues., Feb. 11.
The Creative Writing Program’s Spring 2020 Reading Series begins in January with events featuring Oscar-winning actor Dianne Wiest (Jan. 30), Sheila Heti (Feb. 10), Terrance Hayes (Feb. 13), and Pulitzer-Prize-winning poet Sharon Olds (Feb. 20).
NYU will feature the latest public interest technology research, including work in the areas of tech law, AI, social science, data science, robotics, investigative journalism, human rights, and more on Thurs., Feb. 6.
NYU's Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia will host “Impeachment: From the Ukrainian Perspective,” a panel discussion featuring a range of experts on Ukraine’s history and politics, Thurs., Jan. 23.
Anthropologist Lila Abu-Lughod will discuss how agendas to combat violence against women and gender-based violence have been taken up as tools of state sovereignty and global security on Tue., Dec. 3.
The Asian/Pacific/American Institute will host “Imperial Entanglements: Permanent Conditions of War in the Pacific,” a panel discussion on the impact of armed conflict during and after WWII, on Thurs., Dec. 5.
The Institute for Public Knowledge (IPK) will host “The Price of Meritocracy: Debt, Wealth, and Higher Education Today,” featuring Yale’s Daniel Markovits and NYU’s Caitlin Zaloom, on Mon., Nov. 11.