1. Digital Movement: Black Publics, Black Discourse


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    Scholarly debates rage about the potential for the Internet and other digital technologies to heighten civic engagement and pursue political action through what many scholars refer to as the networked public sphere. This event brings together scholars, media producers and racial justice activists to engage the question: What role can and does digital media play in expanding racial discourse and promoting racial justice activism in and beyond the United States? Hosted by the NYU Department of Media, Culture, and Communication and Co-Sponsored by the NYU Department of Africana Studies; the NYU Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs; the NYU Office of the Provost; and the NYU Center for Multicultural Education Programs

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    • Ioan Pintea, citind elevilor de la "Tudor Jarda" un emoţionant fragment din Steinhardt despre Bach


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      Ioan Pintea, managerul Bibliotecii Judeţene "George Coşbuc" din Bistriţa, citind elevilor de la "Tudor Jarda" un emoţionant fragment din Steinhardt despre Bach

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      • Media of Exchange: A Symposium on Cryptographic Currencies


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        March 4, 2015 Finn Brunton, Assistant Professor, Media, Culture, and Communication, NYU Bill Maurer, Dean of the School of Social Sciences and professor of anthropology, UC Irvine Quinn DuPont, Doctoral Candidate, Information Science, University of Toronto The emergence of cryptographic currencies has opened questions regarding society’s most fundamental technology of exchange: money. Bitcoin and other cryptographic currencies have triggered waves of speculation, payment startups, and even criminal ventures such as drug trafficking and theft. Adding a critical perspective to these events, this afternoon symposium situates cryptographic currencies within debates in media studies and the social sciences.

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        • Geeking Out and Leveling Up: How Gamers, Fans & Makers Learn Through Affinity Networks, Mimi Ito


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          Mimi Ito is the Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Chair in Digital Media and Learning, Departments of Anthropology and Informatics, UC-Irvine

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          • Department of Media, Culture, and Communication: MA Open House October 2014


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            APPLICATION DEADLINE FEBRUARY 1 The MA program in Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University offers a rigorous examination of topics at the intersections of media and culture. Our research and curriculum emphasize the study of global media and culture, digital media and new technologies, media history, visual culture, sound studies, media industries and infrastructures, media activism, and political communication. http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/mcc/masters

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            • Reglas, usos y costumbres en la sociedad moderna - Tráiler


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              En un auditorio de una especie de institución educativa, una señora diserta sobre un manual de urbanidad que explica cómo comportarse ante los eventos más importantes de la vida. Este manual es la garantía que asegura a las personas un tránsito armonioso y feliz en todas las etapas de a existencia. Con Anabel Alonso Dirección: Heidi Steinhardt Producción Ejecutiva Padam Teatro Producción General Proyectos Labaska 64 En coproducción con Espacio Labruc Dramaturgia Jean-Luc Lagarce Traducción Fernando Gómez Grande

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              • Celebrating 10 Years at Skirball: Nic Rouleau


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                NYU Skirball Center is celebrating our 10-year anniversary! As part of these celebrations, we are excited to profile *10* individuals from throughout Skirball's past who embody key aspects of Skirball's mission and vision. A new *10* profile will be sent monthly highlighting each individual's experience with NYU Skirball. Nic Rouleau, an NYU alum who performed on NYU Skirball's stage as a student, is now a successful leading actor on Broadway! He currently stars in The Book of Mormon as Elder Price and we are absolutely thrilled to feature him as our ninth *10* profile!

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                • NYU Accra, Disability in a Global Context


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                  Overview of NYU January interssession study abroad in Accra, Ghana.

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                  • Science Standards and Diverse Learners


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                    Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and Diverse Learners

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                    • Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life


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                      Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life Presented by Okwui Enwezor February 21, 2013 NYU Silver Center for Arts & Science Department of Art History, Room 300 31 Washington Place New York, NY 10003 Okwui Enwezor is a Global Distinguished Professor in the Department of Art History, New York University. Enwezor is the Director of the Haus der Kunst in Munich and a curator of global exhibitions. Additionally, he is as a writer, educator, and founding editor of NKA: Journal of Contemporary African Art, and adjunct curator at the International Center of Photography. CO-SPONSORS: Department of Art History, College of Arts & Science; Africana Studies Program, Department of Social & Cultural Analysis; Program in Museum Studies at New York University; Department of Photography & Imaging, Tisch School of the Arts; Department of Art & Art Professions, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.

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