ISO 6346: ineluctable immigrant
Wed, Feb 6, 2019 – Sat, Apr 13, 2019
12:00 PM – 06:00 PM
About the exhibition
The James Gallery presents ISO 6346: ineluctable immigrant, a solo exhibition of work by Ellen Rothenberg which focuses on the current crisis of migration and the forces of global capitalism by considering connections between past and contemporary issues of migration. The exhibition draws from research Rothenberg pursued in Berlin at Germany’s largest refugee camp, currently housed in the monumental Tempelhof airport, a disused site that was originally designed and built by the Nazis. The exhibition also includes objects and documents, such as passports, birth certificates, comics, and photographs—that represent earlier Jewish immigration and movement—that Rothenberg uncovered in the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership collection. Continue reading Feb 6 | “ISO 6346: ineluctable immigrant” a solo exhibition of work by Ellen Rothenberg in the James Gallery
Metrograph is pleased to offer CUNY Graduate Center students a special discount of $12 tickets to Shiraz: A Romance of India [metrograph.com]. This is a major restoration of an extraordinary rare silent film from 1928 directed by Franz Osten, starring pioneering star/producer Himansu Rai, with a new soundtrack by Anoushka Shankar (daughter of Ravi Shankar).
** Please show current CUNY ID at the box office for discounted tickets. Not applicable to online purchase or for other screenings at this time.
Dates: Friday, January 18 – Thursday, January 24th
Screening schedule and more information: http://metrograph.com/film/film/1953/shiraz-a-romance-of-india [metrograph.com]
Address: 7 Ludlow Street, NYC
The Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature, Baruch College
The American Society of Geolinguistics
Date and Time:
Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Conference begins with breakfast (coffee and pastries) and
concludes with a wine and cheese reception immediately following
the conference. Lunch will be held at a restaurant near the Baruch
Baruch College (City University of New York)
Vertical Campus, Room VC610
We welcome abstracts treating any aspect of Bernardo Bertolucci’s
life and oeuvre
Reimagining the Humanities for the Good of the Public
Thursdays, 2-4 pm in Spring 2019
Professor Bianca Williams
As part of The Graduate Center’s new Mellon Initiative “Transforming Doctoral Education for the Public Good,” this seminar will offer students the opportunity to both reimagine the process of doctoral study, and identify how they want their training in the humanities (and humanities-adjacent disciplines) to serve the good of the public. Professor Williams, and PublicsLab Director Stacy Hartman, will offer an information session on the seminar and the Lab THIS Friday, December 7, at 11:00 am in the Provost’s Conference Room in suite 8113. If you cannot make this info session, there will be another offered in January, with a virtual option for those who cannot make it to campus that day.
Please join us for the December screening of Brooklynese.
Held at the elegant and spanking new screening room of the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge: 60 Furman Street.
The films are fine and conversation is lively, warm, and edifying about film and the issues presented.
You can arrive early or stay late and chat over a drink at the bar.
Our December screening will be of two documentaries by esteemed colleagues from Brooklyn College and Hunter College: A Debtor’s Prison (2017) and Detroit 48202 (2017)
Screening and Q&A begins at 7pm
Please join the Futures Initiative on Thursday, December 6, 2018 from 4pm to 6pm at The Graduate Center (Room 9205-9206) for our final fall event, “Who Is Included? Restructuring Our Work and Our World”. A casual reception will follow at 6pm in room 3317. Continue reading Dec 6 | “Who Is Included? Restructuring Our Work and Our World”
From the Office of Career Planning and Professional Development
Two employers (IBM and Travelers) have recently reached out to us to recruit GC students for summer internships in data science/analytics. One of them, IBM Market Development & Insights, will host an information session at the GC on Wednesday, December 12th. Additional information is below and attached.
We in the Office of Career Planning and Professional Development are happy to assist you with your application to these opportunities. You can click find out about making an appointment at this link:https://careerplan.commons.gc.cuny.edu/services/appointments
🐝🐝THE LIBRARY IS GOING PUBLIC!!🐝🐝
On Monday November 26th, the Graduate Center library will open its doors to host “A Sit-in at the Library: ’68 Revisited,” a free and public forum of exchange concerning the political status and stakes of students today. Initiated by students at the department of theatre and performance, the event seeks to render the political questions that haunt the university more visible, tangible, and social: 50 years after the student movement of ’68, what coalitions and networks of solidarity and resistance do students maintain—and what struggles are avoided or perhaps neglected? What political possibilities does a “student” status afford, and what possibilities should it afford? Continue reading Nov 26 | “A Sit-in at the Library: ’68 Revisited”
I’m a student in the Program in Theatre and Performance working with Austrian choreographer Michael Kliën and the Segal Center to produce a work of participatory social choreography, in the Segal Theatre on Dec. 3. Here’s the event page: https://thesegalcenter.org/event/parliament-1st-ny-session/ [thesegalcenter.org]. All are welcome, by RSVP: staff, students, faculty, and participants unaffiliated with CUNY. Absolutely no performance experience is required.
This event emerges out of my ongoing collaboration/conversation with Kliën and I hope will be a chance, similar to events with choreographer Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker and theatre artist Veit Sprenger in the last few years, to engage with an artist’s practice in multiple embodied and discursive ways. Continue reading Dec 3 | Michael Kliën Social Choreography/Artist Talk: Parliament (1st NY Session)