Looking for some fall programming?  We can fill your long dark evenings.

SCREENING / DISCUSSION

Monday, September 13, 6 – 8:30 pm Visual Culture Series
The Kevorkian Center Screening Room
50 Washington Square South at 255 Sullivan Street

The Oath (U.S.A. 90 minutes)
After-film discussion with filmmaker LAURA POITRAS
The Oath is a family drama about two men whose fateful encounter in 1996 set them on a journey that would lead to Osama bin Laden, 9/11, Guantanamo Bay Prison, and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Co-sponsor: The Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies

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COLLOQUIA / LECTURE SERIES
In collaboration with the Department of Anthropology

Thursday, September 16, 2010, 6 – 7:30 pm
1 Washington Place, Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts, Gallatin School

DIDIER FASSIN

School of Social Science, Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton University)

The Problem with Humanitarianism: Towards a Critical Moral Anthropology

Co-Sponsor: Gallatin School of Individualized Study

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SCREENING / PANEL DISCUSSION
Friday, September 24th, 2010, 4 – 7 pm
King Juan Carlos Center Screening Room
53 Washington Square South

From Selma to Soweto (2010, 90 min)
Directed by Connie Field

The dramatic story of how the United States, a vital ally of South Africa, became a battleground in the anti-apartheid movement.

This film is part of Have You Heard from Johannesburg, a 7-part documentary series about the worldwide effort to end apartheid in South Africa.

Post-screening panel with filmmaker Connie FieldKaren Murphy (Facing History and Ourselves), Graeme Simpson (Interpeace), and Sean Jacobs(New School). Moderated by Daniel Dawson (Gallatin School).

Co-sponsored by Art and Public Policy (TSOA), Social and Cultural Analysis/Africana Studies (FAS), Facing History and Ourselves, the NYU Center for Multicultural Education and Active Voice®.
A presentation of The Multiple Identity Film Series of the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs.

For more information about the Have You Heard from Johannesburg Global Engagement Project, see: www.activevoice.net

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