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February 13, 2018

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Monday, February 04, 2019

CALA Spring 2019 Film Series Presents "Crime and Punishment Around the World: Incarceration on Film"
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Deutsches Haus

Opening reception and screening of  Sophie Scholl - Die letzten Tage (The Final Days).

For more details and to RSVP, please go to

The notion of crime as an illegal act that is punishable by a government authority implies a clear differentiation between right and wrong. Mass incarceration further symbolizes the concept that a physical space drawn in bars and walls can impose a simple order onto a world that defies borders and neat categories. The purpose of punishment is to avenge, to incapacitate, and to deter, but does it work? Is justice served more than it is not? And might the abuses of mass incarceration be inherent to its practice? This series of international films takes a closer look at different interpretations of crime and punishment and what they say about a country’s values, collective identities, and understanding of history. 

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

The Trump Administration – A One-Year Assessment
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM


The Trump Administration – A One-Year Assessment

Tuesday, February 13, 6.30 - 7.45 pm

US President Donald J Trump’s ascendancy to the most powerful office in the world was polarizing for domestic and foreign policy practitioners.  Elected for his economic nationalist promise to “Make America Great Again,” the policies Mr Trump had championed as a candidate were predicted to disrupt traditional domestic and international politics: ending NAFTA, a tougher stance towards China, a withdrawal from the TPP and the Paris Agreement, a hardline immigration and asylum policy, a roll-back of women’s and LGBTQ rights, and a reduction in regulatory oversight to boost domestic fossil fuel production. Deep cutbacks in the State Department’s budget, recalibrated development assistance, a confrontational stance towards North Korea and Iran, re-engagement in the Middle East, and discarding the promotion of democracy as a foreign policy objective were to shake up long-standing alliances and re-infuse international relations with American strength.
At the one-year mark, where do we stand? Which promises has President Trump translated into policy and which remain to be enacted? What trends and patterns can we discern for the next years? Join CGA Clinical Associate Professor Sylvia Maier and a panel of CGA faculty in a critical assessment of the Trump Administration’s first year in office in five key areas: foreign and security policy, energy, environment, women’s rights, and international economy and trade.

NYUSPS Admissions Series Webinar Part 2: Writing an Effective Admissions Essay
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

NYUSPS Admissions Series Webinars Part II. Writing an Effective Admissions Essay

Writing an admissions essay can be a daunting experience. In part 2 of our 3 part Admissions series, we will provide you strategies on how to develop a competitive essay to graduate school.

Join us for an online information session!

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