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November 14 – The New School: Political Transitions Revisited

Please join us at a panel discussion among some of the authors of the Spring 2019 issue of Social Research: An International Quarterly, POLITICAL TRANSITIONS REVISITED (86:1), which looks at transitions away from democracy in various places around the world. Thursday, November

November 14 – The New School: Political Transitions Revisited

Please join us at a panel discussion among some of the authors of the Spring 2019 issue of Social Research: An International Quarterly, POLITICAL TRANSITIONS REVISITED (86:1), which looks at transitions away from democracy in various places around the world. Thursday, November

Nov. 1 and 2 – “A Deep History of Slavery: Antiquity and Modernity in Dialogue” (Gilder Lehrman Center conference)

  “A Deep History of Slavery” seeks to put in dialogue two historical contexts deeply marked by slaveholding, the Classical and modern Atlantic worlds. Both have long been in conversation, partly due to the intensity with which each deployed slavery,

Nov. 1 and 2 – “A Deep History of Slavery: Antiquity and Modernity in Dialogue” (Gilder Lehrman Center conference)

  “A Deep History of Slavery” seeks to put in dialogue two historical contexts deeply marked by slaveholding, the Classical and modern Atlantic worlds. Both have long been in conversation, partly due to the intensity with which each deployed slavery,

September 21 – Diversity in Public Art: Empowering Community Voices at the Hall of Fame

An art and community event celebrating the Historic First Hall of Fame in the United States September 21, 2019 Doors Open at Noon Free! Bronx Community College’s CUNY Campus 2155 University Avenue Bronx, NY 10453 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/diversity-in-public-art-tickets-69906625599 EVENT PROGRAM: I. Schedule

September 21 – Diversity in Public Art: Empowering Community Voices at the Hall of Fame

An art and community event celebrating the Historic First Hall of Fame in the United States September 21, 2019 Doors Open at Noon Free! Bronx Community College’s CUNY Campus 2155 University Avenue Bronx, NY 10453 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/diversity-in-public-art-tickets-69906625599 EVENT PROGRAM: I. Schedule

Fall 2019 Workshop Series at OHMA

Oral history could not exist without storytelling. Oral histories are always full of stories, often stories that have been handed down, passed around, honed through performance. And as we seek to amplify oral histories, the storytelling arts become crucial tools

Fall 2019 Workshop Series at OHMA

Oral history could not exist without storytelling. Oral histories are always full of stories, often stories that have been handed down, passed around, honed through performance. And as we seek to amplify oral histories, the storytelling arts become crucial tools

March with the PSC in the NYC Labor Day Parade, Sat., Sept. 7

This year’s NYC Labor Day parade will be Saturday, September 7. “Building Worker Power Together” is the parade slogan and the mission of the labor movement. It is also the commitment that we make to each other as members of

March with the PSC in the NYC Labor Day Parade, Sat., Sept. 7

This year’s NYC Labor Day parade will be Saturday, September 7. “Building Worker Power Together” is the parade slogan and the mission of the labor movement. It is also the commitment that we make to each other as members of

May 9 Reproductive Rights in Ireland and the U.S.: A Conference

On Thursday, May 9, “Reproductive Rights in Ireland and the U.S.: A Conference,” will bring together an international slate of activists and legal scholars to discuss the momentous referendum last year in Ireland, where abortion became legal in the country

May 9 Reproductive Rights in Ireland and the U.S.: A Conference

On Thursday, May 9, “Reproductive Rights in Ireland and the U.S.: A Conference,” will bring together an international slate of activists and legal scholars to discuss the momentous referendum last year in Ireland, where abortion became legal in the country

May 5 – “Samuel Seabury and the Other Separation of Church and State” Lecture by Dr. Brent Sirota

The Church of St. Andrew Presents:   “Samuel Seabury and the Other Separation of Church and State” Lecture by Dr. Brent Sirota. Sunday May 5, 2019 at 2 pm Free and open to the Public. Followed by Wine and Cheese

May 5 – “Samuel Seabury and the Other Separation of Church and State” Lecture by Dr. Brent Sirota

The Church of St. Andrew Presents:   “Samuel Seabury and the Other Separation of Church and State” Lecture by Dr. Brent Sirota. Sunday May 5, 2019 at 2 pm Free and open to the Public. Followed by Wine and Cheese

April 15th at NYU – What is Liberalism? Past and Present: A Panel Discussion with Helena Rosenblatt

What is Liberalism? Past and Present – A Panel Discussion with Dan Klein (GMU) and Helena Rosenblatt (GC, CUNY). Moderated by Erik Matson (NYU).

April 15th at NYU – What is Liberalism? Past and Present: A Panel Discussion with Helena Rosenblatt

What is Liberalism? Past and Present – A Panel Discussion with Dan Klein (GMU) and Helena Rosenblatt (GC, CUNY). Moderated by Erik Matson (NYU).

March 29 – NYMAS presents “Why the New Cold War is More Dangerous Than the One We Survived”

The New York Military Affairs Symposium presents: Why the New Cold War is More Dangerous Than the One We Survived Steven F. Cohen The Nation Princeton University New York University March 29, 2019 7:00 – 8:45 PM Soldiers and Sailors

March 29 – NYMAS presents “Why the New Cold War is More Dangerous Than the One We Survived”

The New York Military Affairs Symposium presents: Why the New Cold War is More Dangerous Than the One We Survived Steven F. Cohen The Nation Princeton University New York University March 29, 2019 7:00 – 8:45 PM Soldiers and Sailors

June 12 – book launch for David Hamilton Golland (GC Ph.D. 2008)

David Hamilton Golland (GC Ph.D. 2008) Associate Professor of History and Coordinator of Humanities at Governors State University, invites the GC community to the New York launch of hi latest book: A Terrible Thing to Waste: Arthur Fletcher and the

June 12 – book launch for David Hamilton Golland (GC Ph.D. 2008)

David Hamilton Golland (GC Ph.D. 2008) Associate Professor of History and Coordinator of Humanities at Governors State University, invites the GC community to the New York launch of hi latest book: A Terrible Thing to Waste: Arthur Fletcher and the

March 17 – Curved Spacetimes: Where Friedrich Nietzsche Meets Virginia Woolf

7:00 PM 8:00 PM, The Tank 312 West 36th Street 1st Floor New York, NY, 10018 United States A limited number of complimentary student tickets are available. Please contact Barbara, if interested: bmontero@gc.cuny.edu  “What if some day or night a demon were

March 17 – Curved Spacetimes: Where Friedrich Nietzsche Meets Virginia Woolf

7:00 PM 8:00 PM, The Tank 312 West 36th Street 1st Floor New York, NY, 10018 United States A limited number of complimentary student tickets are available. Please contact Barbara, if interested: bmontero@gc.cuny.edu  “What if some day or night a demon were

February 12 – Dangerous Grounds: Antiwar Coffeehouses and Military Dissent in the Vietnam Era

David Parsons will discuss his book Dangerous Grounds: Antiwar Coffeehouses and Military Dissent in the Vietnam Era (University of North Carolina Press, 2017) on Tuesday, February 12 (4:30 PM) at the Tamiment Library. A reception with wine and cheese will follow the lecture. This event

February 12 – Dangerous Grounds: Antiwar Coffeehouses and Military Dissent in the Vietnam Era

David Parsons will discuss his book Dangerous Grounds: Antiwar Coffeehouses and Military Dissent in the Vietnam Era (University of North Carolina Press, 2017) on Tuesday, February 12 (4:30 PM) at the Tamiment Library. A reception with wine and cheese will follow the lecture. This event