Come hear renowned scholars of genocide, post-colonial studies, and law, global activists, UN officials, & political leaders, as well as Myanmar's victims of what UN calls "gravest crimes in international law" (genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes). See the full program (draft) here.
Feb 21 - Joseph Slaughter (Columbia U) will be speaking in the Comparative Approaches to the Literatures of Africa, the Middle East, and the Global South lecture series at NYU on Thursday, February 21st @ 6pm. 19 University Place, Room 222.
Feb 27 - Please join us for our spring open house featuring a Q/A with notable alumni. Guests include Jack Dickey (CC '13), Staff Writer, Sports Illustrated; Jason Kim (CC '08), Screenwriter Playwright, Libbrettist (Love, Barry, Girls, KPOP, and The Modem American); and Heather O'Donnell, (CC '93, Yale Ph.D. '00), founder of Honey and Wax Booksellers, Brooklyn.
Feb 28 - The perspective of labor, as projected through an archive in the history of literary automation, challenges several commonly-held academic truisms. The accepted historiography views early computational experiments with generative text as part of a radical avant-garde, related to contemporary developments in counter-cultural movements such as Dada, OULIPO, and Concrete Poetry. This genealogy is well documented, but incomplete.