Discussion

The Future of Democracy | What Americans Want from Reform

07/22 Thursday | 5pm

RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. The Future of Democracy Working Group at the Institute for Public Knowledge and The GovLab at NYU Tandon invite you to attend this event, co-sponsored by the John Brademas Center of New York University. Joe Biden won the presidency as the candidate who would give Americans the bigger government that delivers more…

Discussion

The Shift: Work

07/13 Tuesday | 12pm

RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge, Civic Signals, The Social Science Research Council, and The Knight Foundation invite you to a discussion on Work in the series on “The Shift,” featuring Ana Oliveira, David Grazian, Lisa Cholmondeley, moderated by Melissa Fisher. “The Shift” explores the social implications of the current…

Discussion

Co-Opting AI: Music

06/03 Thursday | 5pm

To watch the event, please click here. RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge, the NYU Center for Responsible AI, and the 370 Jay Project invite you to a discussion on games in the series “Co-Opting AI.” This event will examine how music is entangled with technological innovation, and AI in…

Book Launch

Private: Book Talk | Names of New York: Discovering the City’s Past, Present, and Future Through its Place-Names

05/13 Thursday | 6:30pm

RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge and The Gotham Center for New York City History invites you to a book talk for Names of New York: Discovering the City’s Past, Present, and Future Through its Place-Names featuring the author Joshua Jelly-Schapiro in conversation with Ross Perlin and Garnette Cadogan. In…

Discussion

Private: The Liberal Imaginary and Beyond: A New Online Seminar Series

05/07 Friday | 9am

The Religions and Public Life program at the Kenan Institute for Ethics is co-sponsoring a new online seminar series with the Center on Modernity in Transition (COMIT) and the Institute for Public Knowledge at New York University. The Liberal Imaginary and Beyond online series aims to examine the origins, contents, and development of post-war liberalism, as well as to…

Discussion

CBH Talks: Brooklyn Resists, Act Two: CORE and the Civil Rights Movement

04/29 Thursday | 6pm

RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. Weaving together highlights from the Center for Brooklyn History’s collection, including documents from the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), we examine Brooklyn’s civil rights and social justice movements of the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Textiles, landscape, and photographs function as repositories of lived experiences and technologies of history, focusing…

Discussion

Pre-existing Conditions: 2020 in Historical Perspective

04/23 Friday | 12:30pm

To understand the events of 2020- pandemic, police violence, political instability, precarity, and protest- requires grappling with the preexisting conditions that caused and worsened the crises. In an ongoing series, the NYU Cities Collaborative is hosting cutting-edge historians reflecting on the origins of the 2020 crises. Friday, March 26 from 12:30 – 2:00 PM ET-…

Discussion

Contact and Distance in the Post-Pandemic Social World

04/22 Thursday | 5pm

To watch the event, please click here. RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. The Institute for Public Knowledge, in partnership with the NYU’s Cross-Cutting Initiative on Inequality, invites you to join a conversation on the future of social distancing in a post-pandemic world. The event is moderated by Eric Klinenberg featuring Natasha Dow Schüll, Paul…

Discussion

Co-Opting AI: Ideology

04/15 Thursday | 5pm

To view the event, please click here. RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge, the NYU Center for Responsible AI, and the 370 Jay Project invite you to a discussion on games in the series “Co-Opting AI.” Quests for innovation, particularly technological innovation, seem to always be closely tied to different…

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