The NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Institute continues its in-person public programme with a series of inspiring talks throughout the month of November.
The line-up kicks off with The Institute’s Philanthropy Series featuring a talk titled BAM… and Then It Hit Me: A Conversation with Karen Hopkin with President Emerita, Brooklyn Academy of Music and Author of BAM… and Then It Hit Me, Karen Brooks Hopkins, in conversation with NYUAD Vice Chancellor Mariët Westermann.
Other talks highlight various areas such as the future of artificial intelligence, photography as a visual record, the ‘universal museum’ and different decolonial practices of the arts, among others.
Please see the full list of talks throughout the month of November below. For more information. please visit The Institute’s page.
2 November 2022 at 6:30 pm
Speaker: Karen Brooks Hopkins, President Emerita, Brooklyn Academy of Music, author of ‘BAM… and Then It Hit Me’ (powerHouse Books, 2022). In conversation with Mariët Westermann, Vice Chancellor, NYUAD.
7 November 2022 at 6:30 pm
Speaker: Azza Abouzied, Associate Professor of Computer Science, NYUAD
November’s programme kicks off with the Philanthropy Series featuring a talk titled BAM… and Then It Hit Me: A Conversation with Karen Hopkins
9 November 2022 at 6:30 pm
Speaker: Quassim Cassam, Professor of Philosophy, University of Warwick.
14 November 2022 at 6:30 pm
Speakers: Knud Adams, Director, English (2022); andSanaz Toossi, Iranian-American Playwright, English (2022). Moderated by Robert H Vorlicky, Visiting Professor of Theatre, NYUAD, and Marsha Ginsberg, Scenic Designer, English (2022), Associate Arts Professor of Theatre, NYUAD.
21 November 2022 at 6:30 pm
Speakers: Ramesh Shukla, Photographer; and Charlie Koolhaas, Visual Artist. Moderated by Goffredo Puccetti, Assistant Professor of Practice of Visual Arts, NYUAD.
23 November 2022 at 6:30 pm
Speaker: Françoise Vergès, Political Scientist, Historian, and Curator; Author of ‘A Feminist Theory of Violence: A Decolonial Perspective’ (Pluto Press, 2022). In conversation with Katia Arfara, Curator; Assistant Professor of Theatre, Performance Studies, NYUAD.