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Friday, April 4

Sacred Geography: Tibet and Himalaya Photographs
9:00 am

David Zurick's Sacred Geography exhibition draws from his decades of experience as a geographer, photographer, and explorer of the Himalaya, with 20 large...

Hannah Arendt/Reiner Schurmann Memorial Symposium: Feminist Investigations: A Manifesto
10:00 am

The New School for Social Research’s Philosophy Department is sponsoring The Hannah Arendt/Reiner Schurmann Memorial Symposium entitled “Feminist...

A Graduate Faculty Student Senate Organized Lecture: Political Activist Ethnography and The Pedagogy of Confrontation
12:00 pm

In his important essay “Political Activist as Ethnographer” (1990), George Smith elaborated a series of methodological premises that have become foundational...

Hacker Manifesto 10 Years On: A Ruthless Criticism of All That Exists
12:00 pm

2014 is the tenth anniversary of the publication of McKenzie Wark's A Hacker Manifesto. In the intervening time it has been translated into nine languages,...

Intimate Science
12:00 pm

Opening reception: Thursday, February 6, 6:30-8:30 p.m. with a curator's talk by Andrea Grover at 5:30 p.m. in the gallery. The most recent manifestation of...

Perspectives on Fascism and Populism in Europe: Two Discussions
12:00 pm

The History and Politics Departments, in association with Columbia University, will be welcoming Michele Battini and Andrew Arato to discuss perspectives on...

General Public

Fridays@One: Dr. Gary Vena: The Hunted and The Haunted: Reflections on Eugene O'Neill
1:00 pm

Dr. Gary Vena, professor emeritus of Manhattan College's English Department is the author of Eugene O'Neill's THE ICEMAN COMETH: Reconstructing the Premiere,...

Open Friday Figure Drawing Workshops
3:00 pm

Each Friday the Parsons Illustration Department presents an Open Figure Drawing Session. Schedule: 3:00–5:00 p.m., Students, Faculty, and Staff 5:00–6:00...

Students General Public Faculty Staff

What Now? 2014: Collaboration and Collectivity Symposium, Day 1
4:30 pm

What Now? 2014 is a two-day symposium organized by Art in General in collaboration with the Vera List Center for Art and Politics. This launches a new series...

Student Recital - Cory Snoddy, oboe
5:00 pm

Experience the freshness and excitement of a solo performance by a gifted young artist from Mannes College The New School for Music - a uniquely rewarding...

Developing Modes of Practice in the Built Environment (Rescheduled Date)
6:00 pm

This event has been rescheduled from an earlier date. Today designers are working in a complex and fast changing environment - both socially and...

University Student Senate and GPIA Presents: Oil and Mining Corruption - What's being done?
6:00 pm

Julien J. Studley Graduate Program of International Affairs along with the University Student Senate presents "Oil and Mining Corruption - What's being...

Students Alumni Faculty Staff

Hudson Trio: Caroline Chin, violin, Robert Burkhart, cello, and Vladimir Valjarevic, piano
8:00 pm

The Hudson Trio is a New York based piano trio comprised of seasoned and accomplished chamber musicians. The trio's recent performances in New York area...

Friday, April 4

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