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NYU's Institute for Public Knowledge will host “The Big Picture: What’s at Stake in Trump’s America,” a day-long symposium on the rise of Donald Trump as a candidate and decisions as president, on Tues., Nov. 7.
The Institute for Public Knowledge will host historian Linda Gordon for the launch of “The Second Coming of the KKK: The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s and American Political Tradition” (Liveright) on Wed., Oct. 25.
The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute has launched First Amendment Watch —an online resource that goes beyond the headlines to provide much-needed coverage and context to the debate over freedom of expression.
Disasters bring destruction—but history reveals how they can also catalyze community organizing.
NYU Steinhardt’s Program in Educational Theatre will stage two events this month to celebrate the women of New York State winning the right to vote a century ago, exploring the historical context through the individuals who fought for the cause.
The Taub Center for Israel Studies will host a screening of “The Siege of Bethlehem,” a PBS “Frontline” documentary, and a talk by reserve Col. Lior Lotan, chief Israeli negotiator in the Siege of the Church of the Nativity, on Sun., Oct. 15.
NYU’s Deutsches Haus will award the fifth-annual Volkmar and Margret Sander Prize to Karsten Voigt, the distinguished former coordinator of German-North American Cooperation at the Foreign Office of Germany, at a ceremony on Fri., Oct. 20.
The Henry Hart Rice Urban Policy Forum @ NYU Wagner will feature a talk by NYU historian Kim Phillips-Fein, author of a new book examining the lasting impact of the roller-coaster 1975 fiscal crisis.
A new partnership between NYU Steinhardt and NYU Law students and public school teachers encourages high schoolers to "think like lawyers."
Americans’ lack of support for raising taxes on the wealthy to address inequality may be explained, in part, by our beliefs in “equal treatment,” finds a new study by political scientists at NYU and Stanford University.