Discussion

The Pandemic and Public Goods

03/11 Thursday | 5pm

To watch the event, please click here. RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. The Institute for Public Knowledge, in partnership with NYU’s Cross-Cutting Initiative on Inequality, invites you to join a conversation on the fate of public goods in a post-pandemic world in the series on “COVID-19 and Inequality.” The event will be moderated by Eric…

Discussion

Local Voices Network

03/02 Tuesday | 5pm

To watch the event, please click here. RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. We live in an age of social media and polarized broadcast media in which the loudest voices and most extreme opinions — often about issues that are distant from everyday concerns of most people — dominate. The Local Voices Network is an…

Discussion

The Shift: Food

03/01 Monday | 5pm

To watch the event, please click here. 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 Food in the series on “The Shift,” featuring Qiana Mickie, Rebecca Webster, Andrew Deener and moderated by Kara Alexis Young….

Discussion

Pandemic Panel Series

02/25 Thursday | 5pm

RSVP is required. Please register below. The impact of COVID-19 and our nation’s response to it have underscored the grave effects of climate change and the increasing necessity for action. The parallels between the pandemic and the climate crisis are growing in number as both continue to disproportionately harm the same communities.   Is the…

Discussion

COVID and Health Disparities

02/25 Thursday | 5pm

To watch the event, please click here. RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. The Institute for Public Knowledge, in partnership with NYU’s Cross-Cutting Initiative on Inequality, invites you to join a conversation on COVID-19 and Health Disparities in the series on “COVID-19 and Inequality.” The event will be moderated by Eric Klinenberg featuring Melody Goodman, Jacob William…

Discussion

Co-Opting AI: Games

02/23 Tuesday | 6pm

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 explore the deep historical and cultural links between games and technology,…

Discussion

Mending in Ongoing Crisis: Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Voices and COVID-19

02/22 Monday | 6pm

RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. An A/P/A Voices: A COVID-19 Public Memory Project Event. Presented by the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU. Co-sponsored by Empowering Pacific Islander Communities (EPIC), Nā ‘Ōiwi NYC, NYU Native Studies Forum, NYU Tamiment Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives, and Institute for Public Knowledge.  In the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic…

Discussion

Crisis and Recovery Event Series

02/18 Thursday | 6pm

RSVP is required. Please RSVP at the links below. Conditions worldwide form a triple crisis of unprecedented scope and fury: a crisis of economy, public health, and the natural environment.  Devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic and an outward migration of residents and work, cities–beginning with New York–face extraordinary risks, framed in 2021 by the inauguration…

Discussion

Fascism in America

02/12 Friday | 12pm

To watch the event, please click here. RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. Is “American Fascism” an oxymoron? Or, to paraphrase Malcom X, is Fascism as American as apple pie? Was the Capitol Insurrection the work of marginal extremists? Or the eruption of a neo-fascist movement? The answer depends on how one defines “fascism” and…

Book Launch

Moving Congress into the 21st Century

02/09 Tuesday | 5pm

To watch the event, please click here. RSVP is required. Please RSVP here. Join the Future of Democracy Working Group for a conversation between Beth Simone Noveck and Kevin Kosar, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and editor of the new book, Congress Overwhelmed: The Decline in Congressional Capacity and Prospects for Reform….

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