Latest Stories in April
NYU Deutsches Haus to Host Conversation on "Berlin Alexanderplatz" and Summit on City-Led Politics in May
Apr 30, 2018
Deutsches Haus at NYU will co-host a reading and conversation on Michael Hofmann's new translation of Alfred Döblin’s novel "Berlin Alexanderplatz" with The New York Review of Books (May 4) and a summit exploring the possibilities of municipal and city-led politics (May 8).
How Landscapes and Landforms “Remember” or “Forget” Their Initial Formations
Apr 26, 2018
Crescent dunes and meandering rivers can “forget” their initial shapes as they are carved and reshaped by wind and water while other landforms keep a memory of their past shape, suggests a new laboratory analysis by a team of mathematicians.
New York Philharmonic Musicians, Historians, and Directors on “Leonard Bernstein and Vienna”—May 2 at the Remarque Institute
Apr 26, 2018
The Remarque Institute will host “Leonard Bernstein and Vienna,” a discussion featuring those who knew and worked with Bernstein, musicians from the New York Philharmonic, historians, and others, on Wed., May 2.
NYU Faculty Co-Organize “The Dead Sea Scrolls at Seventy: Clear a Path in the Wilderness”—April 29-May 3 in Jerusalem
Apr 25, 2018
The Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies is among the organizers of “The Dead Sea Scrolls at Seventy: Clear a Path in the Wilderness,” a week-long symposium in Jerusalem.
NYU Steinhardt Presents On the Town Concert for Bernstein Centennial Celebration, April 28
Apr 24, 2018
NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Music and Performing Arts will present a concert version of On the Town as part of the 100th birthday global celebration of world-renowned composer Leonard Bernstein.