Gallatin's student-run research journal seeks interdisciplinary academic research papers.Read more »
The submissions for Gallatin STE(A)M Zine are open, Apply now!!
The Gallatin STE(A)M Zine aims to build STE(A)M awareness and community within Gallatin by showcasing student work at the intersection of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, or medicine. Work submitted to the zine can be based on one or more of the above disciplines and can take the form of a tech driven art piece, data visualization, GIS, code, scientific research, etc. Submissions can be an individual or group project. Group projects must have at least one Gallatin student involved who has contributed a significant amount to the work. The Gallatin STE(A)M Zine will be distributed towards the end of the Spring 2019 semester.
Submissions are due by Friday, February 22, 2019. Apply to the STE(A)M Zine via the online application form.
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Compass is a student-run publication from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Showcasing student research, Compass strives to publish and archive the best academic and creative work produced by Gallatin students. By sharing original, interdisciplinary research, it is our hope that Compass will enliven and inspire open discourse within the Gallatin community, while strengthening the relationship that our academic community has with communities of learning and activism around the world.the online application form. Submissions
Compass is seeking interdisciplinary, unique academic research papers that have been developed in classes, independently, or from grant-funded research. While there is no page limit, we value concision. We’re currently accepting research paper submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. After we receive your submission, the editorial board will judge the paper on the following criteria:
1. Writing Quality: We value papers…
Tuesday, April 24, 2018 | 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM The Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing ArtsRead more »
Compass, Gallatin's student-run research journal, is accepting submissions through Saturday, March 10Read more »
A One-Day Celebration of Latinx-Caribbean Poetry in the United StatesRead more »
Gallatin's Black History Month 2018 will run from January 24-February 26.Read more »
The new issue of this Gallatin student publication explores the various meanings of age, for artists, writers, and students across generations.Read more »
The Gallatin Review is open for submissions of prose, poetry, and visual art through Thursday, November 30.Read more »
Monday, November 13 | 5:30 pm
The Torch Club, Tap Room | 18 Waverly Place
Join us to hear Gallatin faculty and staff members, including the award-winning poets Sinan Antoon, Emily Fragos, Scott Hightower, Darrel Alejandro Holnes, Millery Polyné, KC Trommer, and Greg Vargo, as they read from their own work. This event is free and open to the public.
Sinan Antoon, a scholar, novelist, and translator, is the author two collections of poetry in Arabic and one in English: The Baghdad Blues (Harbor Mountain Press, 2007). His translation of Mahmoud Darwish’s In the Presence of Absence from the Arabic won the American Literary Translators Association award for best translation in 2011.
Emily Fragos is the author of Little Savage (Grove/Atlantic, 2004); Hostage (Sheep Meadow Press, 2011); and Saint Torch: New & Selected Poems (Sheep Meadow Press, 2017). She is the recipient of a 2014 Guggenheim Fellowship in Poetry, an American Academy of Arts & Letters Literature Award, and the 2015 National Witter Bynner Poetry Prize, chosen by Poet Laureate of the United States, Charles Wright, from the Library of Congress, Washington. D.C.