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October 2, 2012

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Friday, December 01, 2017

CALA FALL 2017 FILM SERIES: FLYING DOWN TO RIO (1933)-Introduction: Patricia Dillon
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

NYU Event Space

LIGHTS, CAMERA, DECO!: A Cinematic Celebration of Art Deco's International Influence. In conjunction with the Art Deco Society of New York. The Art Deco style arguably originated at the Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels in Paris in 1925, where it left  a mark on many designers including Cedric Gibbons, art director for the film Grand Hotel. The Art Deco style would appear in over 1500 films—from Metropolis to The Artist—across the following decades. Art Deco was a truly international style, influencing architecture, fashion, and the design of all objects from perfume bottles to cars. Art Deco moved away from the floral, ornamental patterns of the past to the streamlined, modern shapes of the future. At the same time it embraced and exoticized design motifs from Asia, South America, Egypt, and Africa. Art Deco’s clean and geometric lines complemented the black and white movies of the era and created enduring iconic cinematic images. Please join SPS’s Center for Applied Liberal Arts in collaboration with the Art Deco Society of New York this Fall in celebrating Art Deco’s impact on cinema around the world. RSVP at http://tinyurl.com/F17CALAFILM.
  

Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Conflict, Security, and Development- Iraqi Refugees in Jordan and Syria
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Washington Square

This brown-bag lunch series is a collaboration with the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice at the NYU School of Law, the Office for International Programs at the NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, and the NYU Master’s Program in Public Health. It examines new research, creative policy approaches, and recent innovations in addressing security and development challenges in conflict and post-conflict
contexts.

Please Note Location: NYU Wagner at the Puck Building, 295 Lafayette Street, 2nd Floor

Iraqi Refugees in Jordan and Syria: Food Security and Humanitarian Assistance

Adam Sirois, director of Global Development and adjunct faculty, NYU College of Nursing

The Iraq conflict resulted in the largest displacement in the Middle East in recent history, and provision of health services to the displaced population presents a critical challenge. With an increase in the number of people affected by complex emergencies and the number of people displaced in urban settings, the international community must adapt intervention strategies to meet the specific demands and contexts of this population. Discuss the results of a study that aimed to provide information on food security and livelihoods for Iraqi refugees in Syria and Jordan to inform humanitarian assistance planning.
The U.S. Election in a Global Context: 2012 and its Potential Outcomes
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

NYU Event Space

Please note, we have reached our pre-registration limit and cannot accommodate additional registrations.  This event is being recorded and will be available on our website early next week.


A CGA Election 2012 Special Event

 

The 2012 U.S. Presidential election has largely focused on domestic issues: the deficit, economic recession and recovery, and social programs such as health care have been the main focus of dialogue, debate, and attacks. The U.S. international agenda has remained on the periphery. Yet widely debated domestic issues such as trade and energy security have international ramifications. Likewise, international alliances and trade competition will have an increasingly heavy impact on the nation’s direction.

 

With two very different visions presented by Obama and Romney, what might be the potential global impact of a continued Democratic or newly elected Republican White House? Professor Arthur Miller and a panel of experts in policy and world affairs will discuss economic, energy, and security issues, and how the U.S. position in the world might alter under two very distinct agendas.

 

Featuring Arthur R. Miller, moderator, NYU University Professor and NYU-SCPS Director of Public Dialogues

Panelists


Ian Bremmer,
president, Eurasia Group


Robert Bryce,
senior fellow, Center for Energy Policy and the Environment, Manhattan Institute


Wesley Clark,
senior fellow, UCLA's Burkle Center for International Relations


Leslie H. Gelb,
president emeritus and board senior fellow, Council on Foreign Relations


James F. Hoge Jr.,
counselor, Executive Office, Council on Foreign Relations; chairman, Human Rights Watch


Malou Innocent,
foreign policy analyst, Cato Institute


Judith Miller,
adjunct fellow, Manhattan Institute; contributing editor, City Journal


Edward L. Morse,
managing director and global head – Commodities, Citi Research


James Traub,
columnist, foreignpolicy.com


Please note location.  Pre-registration is required.

Please note: Our events are offered free of charge; seats are available on a first come, first served basis until we reach capacity. Doors open 30 minutes before the start of the event.


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