Please check this space this fall for our 2018-19 events listings
Noah Isenberg will present his book in conversation with film critic, journalist and author James L. Hoberman.
Leonard Barkan presents his new book in conversation with Ben Kafka.
Damion Searls presents his new translation of Alfred Döblin’s Bright Magic: Stories in conversation with Eric Banks
Florence Noiville in conversation with Norman Manea
Charles Musser presents his new book in conversation with Thomas Beard
Salman Rushdie is interviewed by Lila Azam Zanganeh.
With Evelyn Barish, George Prochnik, Michael Scammell, and Richard Wolin.
A two-day series of conversations exploring the reverberations of African American activism in American politics, intellectual life, and the arts.
An evening of eclectic readings with Negar Azimi and Michael C. Vazquez, senior editors, Bidoun.
Join us for a conversation about this vibrant narrative history of three hallowed Manhattan blocks. St. Marks native Ada Calhoun will talk with Ginia Bellafante about the iconic characters and infamous anecdotes that have long made St. Marks the epicenter of American cool.
Thomas Laqueur, the Helen Fawcett Professor of History at the University of California, Berkeley, will talk about his forthcoming book, The Work of the Dead: A Cultural History of Mortal Remains.
Deutsches Haus at NYU and the New York Institute of the Humanities at NYU present a conversation between novelist Daniel Kehlmann and magician Mark Mitton on "Consciousness and the Art of Illusion." Kehlmann and Mitton, who is a working magician and an expert on physical misdirection, will discuss illusion in literature and magic.
Please join us for a presentation and roundtable discussion of Noise Uprising, a new book by Michael Denning.
Please join us for a panel discussion of Andrew Scull's new book, Madness in Civilization: A History of Insanity from the Bible to Freud, and the Madhouse to Modern Medicine, with Andrew Scull, George Makari, Patrick McGrath, and Sylvia Nasar.