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  2. WALLACE STEVENS, NEW YORK, AND MODERNISM CONFERENCE with presentations, talks and readings by: Milton Bates, Angus Cleghorn, Bonnie Costello, Bart Eeckhout, Alan Filreis, Barbara Fisher, Natalie Gerber, Eamon Grennan, Matthea Harvey, Edward Hirsch, George Lensing, Glen MacLeod, Maureen McLane, Axel Nesme, Edward Ragg, Joan Richardson, Matthew Rohrer, Tracy K. Smith, Mark Strand, Juliette Utard, Elizabeth Willis

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  3. Great World Texts is a collaboration between New York University's Gallatin Writing Program faculty and students and New York City public high school teachers and students. Each year we choose a canonical work or "contemporary classic," and develop complementary multimedia classroom resources. Through a special tutorial, undergraduate students become mentors in the high schools, assisting in the reading, discussing and writing about the text. Over the course of the semester, the mentors assist the high school students in developing a creative project based on the book, such as adapting and performing a dramatic scene, transforming a chapter into a serial comic book, inventing a spoken word performance based on the book's themes, and crafting a traditional research paper.

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  4. On Wednesday, November 11, 2009, The Gallatin Coffee House Series presented "Religious Freedom in America,"

    What does the constitution say about religious freedom? What is the difference between freedom of religion versus freedom from religion? Is secularism itself a form of faith? What happens when religious expression intersects with politics? By what means can we negotiate conflicting world views, paradigms, or faiths? How does recent legislation redefine our idea of religious freedom?
    What does it mean to exclude "religion" from civic life if we think of religion as articulating our deepest assumptions and commitments? In what context was religious freedom in America created? What is religious freedom?

    Featuring:
    Gallatin Professor George Shulman
    Gallatin Professor Matt Stanley
    Gallatin Professor Caleb Elfenbein
    Imam Khalid Latif
    Gallatin Alumni Joshua Martin
    Gallatin Student Malika Neri
    Gallatin Student Anne Mishkind
    Gallatin Student Marc Dones

    The Gallatin Coffee House Series is an opportunity for the Gallatin and NYU community to watch and discuss a controversial topic.

    Produced by the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University

    Filmed and edited by Anna Fahr

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    Email: annafahr@yahoo.com

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  5. The Literacy Review is an annual journal of writing from adult literacy programs throughout New York City. Edited by Gallatin students, the book is distributed at a celebration that includes readings by the newly published writers.

    Produced by The Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University

    Filmed and edited by Anna Fahr

    Tel: 718-781-1065
    Email: annafahr@yahoo.com

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