The Asian/Pacific/American Institute will host a symposium to mark 120 years since 1898—the end of the Spanish-American War and the beginning of the U.S. “imperial moment”—on Fri., Nov. 16.
Archaeologist Darius Arya will deliver “Ancient History on Location: Teaching the Past through Digital Media,” a public lecture on cutting-edge technologies used to study the ancient world, on Mon., Nov. 5.
The Center for Ancient Studies will host “Transforming Classics: 150 Years of Classical Studies in New York,” a November 13 symposium that will consider the discipline’s impact on art, education, and performance in New York City.
The Creative Writing Program’s Fall 2018 Reading Series continues in November with events featuring Terrance Hayes and Joshua Beckman (Nov. 8) as well as Mary Karr (Nov. 9), among others.
The Asian/Pacific/American Institute celebrates the launch of the Virtual Asian American Art Museum with a symposium, “Artists in New York,” on Thurs., Nov. 8.
The Creative Writing Program will host the 2018 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers’ Awards Reading on Fri., Sept. 14.
The King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center will host “Miradas Paralelas (“Parallel Looks”). Iran-Spain: Photographers in the Mirror,” an exhibition that brings together a first encounter between 12 female photographers from Iran and Spain.
The Asian/Pacific/American Institute has named DJ and activist Thanushka Yakupitiyage, who performs under the name Ushka, as its Artist-in-Residence for the 2018-19 academic year.
La Maison Française will host events on the ethical capacity of art (Sept. 20), contemporary literature in French (Sept. 24), and a political history of the skirt and pants (Sept. 26).
Kimmel Windows Galleries will display excerpts of the newly released anthology Ghost Fishing: An Eco-Justice Poetry Anthology alongside living plants native to Puerto Rico for 24-hour public viewing from September 10, 2018 through November 1, 2018.