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The New York University Center for the Humanities draws on the diverse talents and interests of NYU’s faculty and students while taking advantage of the university’s location in New York City. The Center is committed to bringing NYU’s humanists together as well as to exploring the role of the humanities in the larger university and global community.

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MT @UliBaer: @ElizKolbert @EricKlinenberg discussing disaster & environmental justice. Great event w/ great speakers https://t.co/i7OI6toi2m
- Thursday Feb 11 - 9:59am

[VIDEO] Great New Books in the Humanities: Abstractionist Aesthetics by Phillip Brian Harper https://t.co/14kpzA2V0M https://t.co/TLhPpZ2lEy
- Wednesday Feb 10 - 7:18pm

Special thanks to Elizabeth Kolbert & Eric Klinenberg for an illuminating and well attended discussion on Environmental #Humanities
- Wednesday Feb 10 - 7:11pm

MT @nyusteinhardt: 2/19: Discussion (ft. @mccNYU) on history, social impact of #gifs https://t.co/P0NxNswzuv https://t.co/3MwgKaFqk0
- Wednesday Feb 10 - 7:10pm

Starts soon: Environmental #Humanities: Disaster and Environmental Justice feat Elizabeth Kolbert & Eric Klinenberg https://t.co/GE23oNe5M2
- Wednesday Feb 10 - 4:32pm

Feb 16 6PM | Imagining Illness: #Pulitzer100 Prize Winners on Truth and Fact in Narrative https://t.co/lT8JrnCJ6T
- Wednesday Feb 10 - 12:29pm

Videos

Why Prison Education? Why Now?

St Marks Is Dead by Ada Calhoun

The Work of Art in the World with Doris Sommer

Digitization: What is Lost and What is Found?

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