A conversation with scholar and political theorist George Shulman about his teaching at Gallatin, the history of the School, and the ways in which speech and political theory are forms of storytelling.
A conversation with Matthew Stanley, professor of the history of science at Gallatin and author of the 2019 book "Einstein's War: How Relativity Triumphed Among the Vicious Nationalism of World War I."
In conjunction with the release of "Fire in the Lake," the third annual volume of creative writing from NYU's Prison Education Program, the editors answer questions from NYU Gallatin students.
Cast member Gwendoline Horning discusses the upcoming performance of The Brides of Atreus and "the exciting and occasionally challenging nature of ensemble-based theater-making."
A showcase of students' artistic and scholarly responses to the Albert Gallatin Scholars' trip to South Africa, the America Scholars' trip to Cuba, and the Dean's Honor Society's trip to the Galápagos islands.
A selection of projects from Gallatin’s Albert Gallatin Scholars, Americas Scholars, and Dean’s Honor Society.
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"Your guide to New York City’s eateries, cafés, and bakeries brought to you from a local’s perspective." A new publication.