Tisch students create dialogue around race in two of NYU's 'whitest majors.'
A look at memory and representation after World War II, in Alain Resnais’ Night and Fog and W.G. Sebald's Natural History of Destruction.
"The sounds of the city echoed outside, but here inside the West Wing, I found myself confronted by a silent figure: a voiceless thrush in a golden frame." On a relief sculpture by Jean-Antoine Houdon.
"It’s not that I think I deserve things, but I just know when I’m better than the situation I’m in." Fiction.
"There isn’t much relevant about the island, other than it was a mass of concrete and metal. It could have been Tokyo, Alcatraz, or even Los Angeles, and not much would change. It was an island, close to the water, but blooming with unnatural creation. It was difficult to grapple with."
"Created during a time of imminent loss, these silkscreen and aquatint prints explore how relationships—between loved ones and with oneself—both fall apart and are rebuilt when affected by devastating circumstances."
- Advanced Writing Course
- Arts Workshop
- First-Year Research Seminar
- First-Year Writing Seminar
- Gallatin Arts Festival
- Gallatin Galleries
- Gallatin Research Journal
- Gallatin Review
- Independent Project
- Interdisciplinary Seminar
- Journal of Global Affairs
- Scholars Groups
- Senior Project and Colloquium
- Students Reading Their Writing
Writers in Progress, featuring Lenora Champagne and Leslie Satin
Thursday, October 20 | 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
1 Washington Place, Dean’s Conference Room (801)
Confluence is an online platform for student writing, art and research at NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study. The work is selected from the undergraduate print journals (including the Gallatin Review, the Gallatin Research Journal, the Journal of Global Affairs), exhibits curated in the Gallatin Galleries, visual art and performances produced for the Gallatin Arts Festival, teacher-nominated written and art works generated in courses, and independent projects commissioned by the student editors.Find out more »