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Joyce Mushaben, author of the recently released Becoming the World’s Most Powerful Woman: Angela Merkel and the Transformation of United Germany, will discuss the German chancellor’s life and impact on her country on Mon., Dec. 11.
Award-winning novelist Daniel Kehlmann will discuss his new novella, “You Should Have Left,” with the book’s translator, Ross Benjamin, and Eric Banks, director of the New York Institute for the Humanities at NYU, on Mon., Dec. 4.
NYU's Remarque Institute will host “More than a University is at Stake: The Battle to Keep CEU Alive in the Age of Political Populism,” on Thurs., Nov. 30.
NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center will host “Art and Power: From Museum to Real World,” a two-day conference, Nov. 17 and 18.
New York University historian David Oshinsky will deliver “Bellevue: A Look Back at America’s Most Storied Hospital”—a public lecture—on Tues., Nov. 28.
La Maison Française will host author Cécile Coulon (Dec. 4), “New York City Up and Down,” an illustrated lecture by photojournalist Jean-Pierre Laffont (Dec. 5), and “The Invention of Celebrity,” a roundtable discussion featuring historian Antoine Lilti (Dec. 6).
He Yafei, former vice minister of foreign affairs of the People’s Republic of China, and Clark T. “Sandy” Randt, former U.S. ambassador to the People’s Republic of China, will discuss the U.S.-China relationship in the emerging global order on Mon., Nov. 13.
Jim Dwyer, Masha Gessen, and Siri Hustvedt will be among the speakers at “What’s Going On: Reflections on Truth, Politics, Democracy, and Language,” a two-day conference, Nov. 9-10.
Deutsches Haus will host sociologist Arlie Hochschild, author of “Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right” (Nov. 2), a screening of the documentary “Tamara” and a conversation with its director Peter Kahane (Nov. 3), a talk, “Five Theses on the Public Sphere” by cultural historian Laura Bieger (Nov. 17), and more in Nov.
The Taub Center for Israel Studies will host a day of panel discussions highlighting significant historical moments in Israeli history, “Balfour, Partition, and the Six-Day War," and a lecture by Tel Aviv University’s Itamar Radai, “Palestinians in Jerusalem and Jaffa, 1948” in November.