The Right to the City Film Series features five films examining processes of uneven development as they take place in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Newark, Detroit and Istanbul. Each film will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and CUNY faculty and students from different departments, bringing together media artists and scholars working on similar issues and research sites. The Right to the City Film Series seeks to create a space of interdisciplinary discussion on the impact of global capitalism on cities, and to examine the possibilities of media to contribute to urban research.
The series is co-sponsored by the Center for Place, Culture and Politics, Departments of Sociology and Critical Psychology, the Center for the Humanities, the Center for Urban Research, the Gotham Center for New York City History, the Center for Human Environments, and The Public Science Project, Graduate Center, CUNY
Find more info about the films and dates at the link below!
We are proud to announce that Draper alum Dinika Amaral’s short story, No Good Deed Unpunished, was just published in the Iowa Review. Check it out at the link below!
Friday, January 30th, 5:00pm at 14 University Place
Join us in celebrating the Draper graduating class of the summer and fall 2014, and gathering to start off the spring semester together. We hope to see you all there!
Refreshments will be served!
The application deadline for the Humanities Initiative at NYU’s Research Collaborative Grants and Team Teaching Stipends is coming up on January 30th. To learn more about the opportunity, follow the link below!
Here’s a new fellowship opportunity in Abu Dhabi from GSAS that might be of interest to some Draper Students!