The Creative Writing Program’s Fall 2018 Reading Series commences with events featuring Jeffrey Eugenides and Zadie Smith (Sept. 13) as well as Tracy K. Smith (Sept. 20).
NYU's Board of Trustees is rescinding the honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree that the University awarded to Bill Cosby in 1997
New York University will host “Places as Brands: International Relations in the Age of Information,” a one-day conference featuring leaders from the business, entertainment, and academic sectors on the role and impact of branding on the global stage, on Fri., April 7.
Celebrating its 21st season, New Plays for Young Audiences will stage rehearsed readings of three new plays exploring migration through a magical travelling band, violence in society, and Martin Luther King Jr’s formative years.
The Institute for Public Knowledge will host “Beautiful Games? Putting the World Back in the World Cup,” a one-day symposium on the global phenomenon that is the World Cup, on Thurs., June 7.
NYU’s Glucksman Ireland House will host a symposium Tuesday, May 22, 2018 to honor Professor J. Joseph Lee.
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).
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 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.
La Maison Française of NYU will hold two events as part of the May 68 Week Celebration, marking the 50th anniversary of a period of civil unrest that halted French society and marked a turning point in France’s history.