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A Talk with Sayed Kashua

Please join us Tuesday, February 6th, 2018 from 12:30 – 1:45PM in NAC 5/202 for a talk. Sayed Kashua is a Palestinian writer, journalist, and screenwriter writing in Hebrew. Kashua is a columnist for the daily Ha’artz and the author od Dancing Arabs, which won the Grinzane Cavour Award.

PREMIERE: Bones of Contention NYC

Join Us for the NYC Premiere of Bones of Contention!               Saturday, October 21, 2017 at 4:45 PM   BONES OF CONTENTION   Cinépolis Cinemas Chelsea  260 West 23rd Street  (between 7th and 8th Avenues)   You can purchase tickets for the film  via NewFest HERE  Left: First Gay Pride Demonstration, Barcelona, 1977. Photo Credit: Colita. Right: Historical Memory March. ProductionContinue ReadingPREMIERE: Bones of Contention NYC

Roundtable Discussion: Convergence of the Humanities & Sciences

The Rifkind Center invites you to a roundtable discussion commemorating the 75th anniversary of the isolation of Plutonium on Wednesday, October 18th from 4:00 – 5:30 PM (The Rifkind Room, in NAC 6/316).  The rountable participants are: Anne Cefola, Poet Elise Crull, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy Danian Hu, Associate Professor, Department of History Massimo Pigliucci, K.D. Irani Professor, DepartmentContinue ReadingRoundtable Discussion: Convergence of the Humanities & Sciences

Latest Issue of Endeavour Published with Danian Hu, Ph.D. as Editor

Endeavour issue “Science, Technology, and Medicine in China’s Cultural Revolution” has been officially published online.  Partly under the support of the Rifkind Fellowship in Fall 2016, Professor Danian Hu, Ph.D. completed the editing of this issue, in which he authored or co-authored 4 articles.  The Rifkind Center for Humanities extends its congratulations.