Joanne Savio talks with her former student Roland Folkmayer about dance photography and photographic portraits.
In the third part of Sebastián Rojas Cabal’s interview with Charles Siebert, the pair discuss the teaching of Creative Writing at NYU
Part Two of Sebastián Rojas Cabal’s interview with Charles Siebert touches on the writer’s abiding interest in science.
Journalist Charles Siebert tells Sebastián Rojas Cabal about his fascination with the lives of animals. Part one of a three-part interview.
Viviana Kawas and Dominique Lear talk to Cornell classics scholar Frederick Ahl about the fields of translation studies and world literature.
Hannah Walhout sits down with Claire Pershan and Mohit Mandal, creators of the Translation Network, to discuss their upcoming project and the complexities of language.
I’d like to think that a good writer can write a book that reaches everyone, that they can make it rich enough and in a way maybe dense enough so that some things will reach their home audience, in my case the Filipinos, and some things will reach only the foreign audience — Miguel Syjuco
Bettina Hoerlin tells us how she came to write about her parents’ life in Nazi Germany and the United States, a love story reconstructed from a long-lost cache of letters.
Part II of Diana Gluck’s interview with the Slavs and Tatars collective focuses on its current work and the plans for its residency at the NYUAD Art Gallery.
In the first part of her interview with the Slavs and Tatars art collective, Diana Gluck explores the group’s origins and the conversations sparked by its installations.
In 2013, four NYUAD students began interviewing their classmates about their experiences in Abu Dhabi. As the starting point for the interviews, they used seven questions: Why are you scared? Why do you feel repressed? Why do you feel liberated? Why do you regret...
Part Two of a Conversation with the Judges for the 2015 Man Book International Prize [Editor’s Note: The Man Booker International Prize is a literary award given every two years to a living author of any nationality for a body of work published in English or generally...
WHAT'S ON YOUR BOOKSHELF Glenn Wharton Paloma Saco-Vértiz December 2014 Glenn Wharton is an art conservator and a professor of Museum Studies at NYU New York, specializing in conservation and the study of modern and contemporary art collections. From 2007-2013,...
Part One of a Conversation with the Judges for the 2015 Man Book International Prize [Editor’s Note: The Man Booker International Prize is a literary award given every two years to a living author of any nationality for a body of work published in English or...
I first discovered Abdullah al Mutairi, an artist from Kuwait but studying in NYC, online on an art competition hosted by 89+ and DIS magazine, called DIScrit. Dubbing its contestants #YoungerThanRihanna, the contest aimed to promote work from artists born in and...
Electra Street talks to animal studies scholar Una Chaudhuri about the books she loves, past and present.
Maheen Zahra and Helina Ygleta talk to the art historian about what he’s been reading.
The director gives us an inside-view of Theater Mitu’s production of Death of a Salesman.