As founder and executive producer of “Radio Diaries,” Joe Richman has urged people to record their own lives and histories since 1996, and along with the groundbreaking series, “Teenage Diaries,” has helped pioneer the genre of first-person narratives for National Public Radio. In a conversation at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, Richman discusses the [...]
In a follow-up discussion to their appearance last fall, jurist Alan Dershowitz and journalist Peter Beinart continued the debate, “The Crisis of Zionism,” as part of the Perspectives: Conversations on Policy and Place series at the Graduate Center. Beinart insists that with power comes responsibility. “Because Israel has emerged as a successful country, with millions [...]
Standing committee meeting of the Board of Trustees, Committee on Student Affairs and Special Programs, June 3, 2013.
Standing committee meeting of the Board of Trustees, Committee on Academic, Policy, Program, and Research, June 3, 2013.
Standing committee meeting of the Board of Trustees, Committee on Fiscal Affairs, June 2, 2013.
Standing committee meeting of the Board of Trustees, Committee on Faculty, Staff and Administration, June 3, 2013.
Standing committee meeting of the Board of Trustees, Committee on Facilities, Planning and Management, June 3, 2013.
In her new book, “The Riddle of the Labyrinth: The Quest to Crack an Ancient Code,” Margalit Fox chronicles the pursuit to decipher Linear B — an unknown script dating to the Bronze Age — and how key research by a Brooklyn College classics professor, Alice Elizabeth Kober, helped to crack its code. But “because [...]
Executive Committee Meeting of the Board of Trustees, May 22, 2013.
In “Rethinking Kahn,” part of the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture spring lecture series, architectural historian William J.R. Curtis discusses the legacy of famed architect Louis Kahn, including his final project — Four Freedoms Park — a four-acre memorial to Franklin D. Roosevelt that was completed posthumously as “a powerful work of monumentality.” [...]