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Annette Gordon-Reed at the Diana Center 3/24 -Without Cover of the Law: Writing the History of Enslaved Women

Annette Gordon-Reed
Tuesday, March 24, 6:30 PM
Event Oval, Diana Center
Barnard College
3009 Broadway @ 117th St.

Drawing on her work about slavery at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, luminary legal historian Annette Gordon-Reed will discuss the way law influences the portrayal of enslaved women and their families. Annette Gordon-Reed is the Carol K. Pforzheimer Professor at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, the Charles Warren Professor of American Legal History at Harvard Law School, and a Professor of History at Harvard University. She received the 2008 National Book Award and the 2009 Pulitzer Prize in History for The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family. She is also the author of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings: An American Controversy, among other titles. Her honors include the National Humanities Medal, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a MacArthur Fellowship. This year’s lecture is in honor of Barnard Professor of History (and longtime BCRW Advisory Board member), Herbert Sloan, author of Principle and Interest: Thomas Jefferson and the Problem of Debt.

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NYU Graduate Student Gov’t presents: “How to Survive a Plague,” Tues 10/8

NYU Graduate School of Arts & Science – Graduate Student Government

in partnership with the

NYU Global Institute of Public Health

NYU Center for Multicultural Education and Programs

NYU LGBTQ Student Center

NYU Tisch School of the Arts – Graduate Student Organization

NYU Office of Graduate Student Life

OUTLaw, NYU School of Law

HIV Law Society, NYU School of Law

Pride in Practice (NYU Silver School of Social Work)

presents the

How to Survive a Plague

Documentary Screening & Symposium

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

5:00pm – 8:00pm

NYU School of Law – Vanderbilt Hall, Tishman Auditorium

40 Washington Square South


HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE is the story of two coalitions—ACT UP and TAG (Treatment Action Group)—whose activism and innovation were crucial in changing AIDS from a death sentence to a manageable condition. These self-made activists infiltrated the pharmaceutical industry and helped identify promising new drugs, moving them from experimental trials to patients in record time. Working with never-before-seen archival footage from the 1980s and ’90s, filmmaker David France puts the viewer in the middle of the controversial actions, heated meetings, heartbreaking failures, and exultant breakthroughs of these heroes in the making.

Join us after the screening for a panel discussion on the film and contemporary HIV/AIDS activism, featuring Melanie Dulfo, MSW, Women and Youth Program Manager at the APICHA Community Health Center; Jim Eigo, artist, writer and activist who is also featured in the film; Monroe France, NYU Assistant Vice President for Student Diversity and Director of the NYU Center for Multicultural Education and Programs; Perry N. Halkitis, Ph.D., M.S., MPH, writer and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the NYU Global Institute of Public Health and Professor of Applied Psychology and Public Health (Steinhardt School), and Population Health (Langone School of Medicine); and Pato Hebert, artist and activist who is Visiting Associate Arts Professor at NYU Tisch School of the Arts.  

This event is free for NYU students, staff and faculty. Guests must bring their NYU ID card for admittance into the building and venue. Reception to follow the event.

Please RSVP for the event at: http://nyu-htsap2013.eventbrite.com

Questions? Contact the event organizers at gsas.studentgovernment@nyu.edu


Job Opportunity at The Center for NYC Law

The Center for New York City law has a job opening for an Events, Marketing, Website, and Subscriptions Coordinator. See the links below for a more detailed description.


JOB OPPORTUNITY: The Center for NYC Law is now reviewing applications for its Events, Marketing, Website, and Subscriptions Coordinator role. Click here to read the job description. To apply, visit: nyls.edu/about_the_school/employment/staff_openings.