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Draper party next week, Anamesa party tonight!

Your Draper May party reminders:

 
Tonight! Thursday, May 8Anamesa Launch Party
 
Location 1: Think Coffee, 248 Mercer Street, starting at 8:30pm
Location 2: Amity Hall, 80 W 3rd Street, starting around 9:30pm
 
Readings from the new issue will happen at Think Coffee before the party moves down the block to Amity Hall for more drinks and celebration!!
 
Free copies of the new issue, and drinks at both locations on Anamesa!
 
 
One week from tonight, Thursday, May 15
Draper End-of-Semester and May Graduation Party
 
5:00pm
Draper Map Room at 14 University Place
 
Free food and drink as always.
 
Friends, family, and advisors all very welcome!

Party at Draper tomorrow, 1/23!

Just a reminder that we’ll be celebrating our summer and fall 2013 grads and kicking off the new semester tomorrow!
 
5:00 pm
Draper Map Room
14 University Place
 
There will be food and drink and good cheer as always. Hope to see you then!

Draper welcome-back party and celebration for summer and fall graduates: 1/23

Please join us at Draper’s welcome-back party next week:
Thursday, January 23rd
starting at 5 pm
14 University Place Map Room
We will be celebrating  our summer (September) and fall (January) graduates from 2013, unveiling the poster with their names and thesis titles, and welcoming new and returning Draperites! Drinks and refreshments will be served.

DSO Speaker Series Wed, 11/20: “Thank You Suharto: How I Became an Academic”

Draper Student Organisation presents:

John W. Draper Program Speaker Series

“Thank You Suharto: How I Became an Academic”

Wednesday, Nov 20 at 8:45pm
14 University Place

(pizza and refreshments will be provided)

Prof. Taylor M. Easum

Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow of Draper Program

Taylor M. Easum is an historian of Asia, with a keen interest in Thailand and urban history. He recently completed his Ph.D. in History at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. His research lies at the intersection of cities, power, and space in Asian history. In his research and writing, Dr. Easum explores the relationship between local history and broad historical queries, such as the nature of empire or the spread of nationalism. He is particularly interested, for example, in refocusing historical debate away from the Asian metropolis and toward the intermediate, secondary, and smaller cities of the region. His ongoing research into the urban historical traditions of mainland Southeast Asia also deals with issues of historical preservation, memory and identity, especially as manifested in urban space.

http://tayloreasum.com/

http://draper.as.nyu.edu/object/Taylor_Easum.html

The Draper Student Organization is proud to announce the 2013-2014 “John W. Draper Program Speaker Series”. This year’s series will feature a remarkable selection NYU professors who share their latest academic research as well as their experience in the academic world.

Reflecting the John W. Draper Program’s belief that the pressing issues of humanities and social sciences are most fruitfully explored through cross-disciplinary approaches, each year’s speaker series presents prominent professors from across the spectrum of departments at NYU’s Graduate School of Arts & Science. 

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DSO Halloween Party, this Thursday 10/31

Draper Halloween Party!

 

Come celebrate Halloween with your fellow Draper students and enjoy some free pizza, candy and snacks courtesy of the DSO! Whether it’s your first semester or last, it’s a great chance to meet new people, get into the Halloween spirit, and talk about how everyone’s semester is going so far. Also did we mention free pizza??

 

 

Stop by the Draper Conference Room between 2:00 and 4:00 on Thursday, October 31st to join the party!

 

See you there!

The Draper Student Organization