“Weird fiction” writer China Miéville will discuss his style of prose, real-world monsters, and more with science-fiction writer Samuel Delany on Thurs., Oct. 19.
Three NYU students representing two countries, Canada and the United Arab Emirates, have been selected as Rhodes Scholars: Dubai Abulhoul (UAE) and Guillaume Sylvain (Canada), seniors at NYU Abu Dhabi, and Melissa Godin (Canada), a senior in NYU’s Global Liberal Studies Program.
The NYU Bookstore will host events in April featuring Joyce Apsel, author of Introducing Peace Museums (April 6), fiction reading with Idra Novey and Alvaro Enrigue (April 13), poetry readings (April 14), and more at its 726 Broadway location.
The New York University Bookstore will host events in March featuring a book reading (March 8), poetry readings (March 7 & March 24), the authors of Obfuscation: A User's Guide for Privacy and Protest (March 22), and more.
Patrick M. Higgins, who graduates from NYU’s Global Liberal Studies Program this spring, has been named an Arthur Russell Morgan Fellow in Human Rights by the Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights.
"Sangre en el Ojo", a novel by Lina Meruane, who teaches Latin American Cultures in NYU’s Liberal Studies Program, was recently awarded the prestigious Guadalajara International Book Fair’s Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Prize.
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A social-change initiative captures "Changemaker Challenge" top prize. for 2011-'12.
Kathleen Bishop, an adjunct assistant professor in NYU’s Liberal Studies Program, has been named by the Princeton Review as one of the nation’s best undergraduate teachers.
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NYU today announced that it had another record year for freshman applications: a total of 43,728 men and women applied for spots in NYU’s class of 2016 at both its New York and Abu Dhabi campuses, exceeding last year’s record for total applications of 42,242. NYU has now received a record-number of applications for five consecutive years.
NYU’s Fred Schwarzbach, the author of Dickens and the City and president of the American Friends of London’s Dickens House Museum, is available for comment on the life and legacy of Charles Dickens, who was born Feb. 7, 1812.