After misinterpreting a fact about gravity, a young man wonders whether he would fall to the ground faster than a loaf of bread.
"Daniel arrived outside of the house in a blue button-up and a pair of gray pants that his mother had picked out for him at Brooks Brothers. He knew how this would go." Fiction.
"In the moment of the catcall, there are not two people involved. It's a person and an object. This series flips that relationship around." Photography.
A social media-mashup, an improvised digital soundtrack, and, ultimately, a contemplation of the notions of the cyborg and the spectacle. Video.
A project that seeks to amplify the voices of lgbtq+ youth through interview theater. Co-created by Emily Schorr Lesnick.
"I had shaved my head, and strangers would ask if I had joined the Army...I bought a uniform at an Army supply store and dressed for the camera. I sought to catalog dangerous affects that could blow my cover—a gaping mouth, a gaze." Self-portraits.
"Pearl Smith did not trust a living soul. 'Living' is an important distinction because her one surviving relative was a wicked, degenerate nephew, while her primary confidant was her late third husband with whom she regularly spoke." A nurse's tales from an emergency room floor.
- 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
Award-winning Israeli journalist and Global Faculty in Residence Amira Hass will read from her work and discuss writing as social action.
Let two of the creative minds behind Friends, Family Guy, and Dharma and Greg, and Reba give you a tour of what it takes to write for TV.
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 »