Home » Other
Category Archives: Other
Write Now: open session for getting your writing done
Monday, 01/22/2018, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Writing over break?
Working on your dissertation, class assignments, job materials, conference presentations, or anything else?
Bring your work and write alongside other GC students. Drop by any time during our 4-hour window.
A Graduate Writing Consultant will be available for one-on-one help.
Coffee & snacks will be provided.
Please RSVP here.
We are very pleased to announce that Issue 10 of SHIFT: Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Culture is now live!
SHIFT Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Culture
co-edited by Elizabeth Lee and Andrea Nitsche-Krupp
with Kaylee P. Alexander, Rachel Boate, Jane Boyes, Kristina Molin Cherneski, Ariana Panbechi and Jonah Marrs
Issue 10 of SHIFT, an institutionally mobile peer-reviewed graduate journal currently hosted by the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, brings together articles that address an array of objects and eras: the sonic interventions of a tape recorder, a socially critical fin de siècle self-portrait, the Paisley patterns of a cotton shawl, the gold-accented ceramics of a Persian interior, and a little traffic light man who outlived the Iron Curtain. The home page features an original project and artwork by Jonah Marrs, and can be visited at https://shiftjournal.org/[shiftjournal.org]
Kaylee P. Alexander
Kristina Molin Cherneski
Inwood Apt Share – August 7, 2017
Sunny 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment share in quiet Inwood Art Deco building, sharing with the leaseholder. Perfect for visiting scholars or grad students. Available August 7, 2017, semester share preferred.
Conveniently located 1 block from Broadway to A train downtown, or 4 blocks to #1 train. Easy commute to CUNY Grad Center.
Quiet bedroom has new luxury memory foam mattress, a desk & chair, great for study. Room has ceiling fan, 2 lamps, cable tv hookup, WiFi w/high speed internet, & Netflix in living room. All linens included. All new ss appliances with full use of kitchen, new tv, & new AC. Plus washer/dryer in well-maintained building with video security.
One block walk to supermarket, cafes, restaurants, 3 banks, subway & 4 bus lines, in this vibrant Manhattan community.
$850/month, all utilities included. One month deposit & first month’s rent for full semester, or 2 month’s rent & deposit for shorter stays. Female grad, professor, or visiting scholar preferred, but all terms negotiable & flexible.
Only serious applicants and inquiries, please. References, resume/CV requested. Send inquiries to Dodie at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking to sublet to rooms at my house. One of the rooms would be subletting until September 1st while the other one would be available for the whole year starting as soon as possible. This house is located at 1480 Pacific Street, 2 blocks away from the C subway, in Brooklyn.
Both rooms are furnished and one of them has a private bathroom while the other is shared with two other people. The apartment is completely new with kitchen, living room, dishwasher rooftop and washer and dryer. Cost is $1100/month for the one bedroom with private bathroom (sublet only until September) and $850/month for the other room. The prices are negotiable. Please email me if you are interested or if you know of anyone that may be interested.
+1 (646)-866-4219 or +1 (917) 348-9766
Labor, Literature and Landmark Lecture Series, Winter/Spring 2017
The General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen is pleased to present
CITY OF SEDITION: The History of New York During the Civil War, With Author John Strausbaugh
Tuesday, March 7th AT THE GENERAL SOCIETY LIBRARY
The Program starts at 6:30 P.M.
BOOK-SIGNING AND RECEPTION TO FOLLOW
In a talk, based on his enthralling new book, City of Sedition: The History of New York During the Civil War, author John Strausbaugh will detail the hugely conflicted role that New York City played in the Civil War. Mr. Strausbaugh will bring to life what it was like to live in New York City during this highly divisive and violent period. He describes how it was highly unlikely Abraham Lincoln would have made it to the White House without support from New York City. Yet, as he outlines in his book, the majority of New Yorkers never voted for him and were openly hostile to him and his politics. (more…)