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Conference on New York City History
03/17/14 Missing Voices: The Disjunction Between Black Experience and White Writers on Race, 1800-1865
03/17/14 To Demolish New York: Precursors of September 11 in Fact and Fiction
03/17/14 New York Seen and Heard: The New York Photo League and Its Documentary Contexts, 1936-1954 (MEDIA/RT)
03/17/14 New Perspectives on the Movement for Civil Rights in New York City, 1945-1970
03/17/14 Chinese New York (RT)
03/17/14 Radical Writers in New York City: From the New Masses to Norman Mailer
03/17/14 Gentrification in New York City Since the 1950's
03/17/14 Building Sports Stadiums in New York City, Then and Now
03/17/14 Reflections on the History of Philanthropy in New York City (RT)
03/17/14 Studies in the History of Fashion and Beauty in New York City
03/17/14 The History of Slavery in NYC (RT)
03/17/14 African Burial Ground Project in New York City
03/17/14 Between Memory and History: The Women's Movement in New York City, 1960s and 1970s (RT)
03/17/14 Finding History on the Streets of New York
03/17/14 Reframing Local Environmental Conflict
03/17/14 The History of New York City's Water Supply (RT)
03/17/14 New York Exposed: Photographs from the Daily News, 1920-1999
03/17/14 Dance in the Age of Anxiety: Martha Graham, Anna Sokolow and George Balanchine
03/17/14 Dealing with Death: Lynching, Capital Punishment and the NYC Museum Audience (RT)
03/17/14 Screening of Brownsville in Black and White
03/17/14 Bringing the Past to Life: Historians and Documentary Filmmaking (RT)
03/17/14 Redefining the Roles of Women in the New York City Justice System
03/17/14 Screening of Our Song
03/17/14 A Screening of New York in the Fifties
03/17/14 New York City: 1945 - 9/11/2001 - And Beyond
03/17/14 From "Old World" Italian to "New World" Italian American in New York Architecture and Art from the 1890s Through the End of WWII
03/17/14 The Fiscal Crisis of the 1970s
03/17/14 Riot at the Opera House! A Documentary Theater Piece (PERFORMANCE)
03/17/14 Eleanor Roosevelt and New York City
03/17/14 New York Nisei During World War II (MEDIA/RT)
03/17/14 Health and Wealth: Hospitals and Healthcare in New York City from Medicare to Managed Care (RT)
03/17/14 The Culture of Commitment in New York City, 1920-1960
03/17/14 In the South Bronx of America: Guarding Memory: A Slide Presentation
03/17/14 Interpreting NYC History for Museum Exhibitions (RT)
03/17/14 Architecture in Interwar New York City
03/17/14 Like Strangers: Blacks, Whites and New York City's Ocean Hill-Brownsville Crisis
03/17/14 New York: A Documentary Film with Ric Burns
03/17/14 Archives and Libraries: Institutional Collections and the Sources of Cultural Memory
03/17/14 Biography and History: Francis Cardinal Spellman's New York
03/17/14 The Salome Myth in New York
03/17/14 S.O.S. New York: A History of the City's Environmental Movement Since 1970 (RT)
03/17/14 Culture and Subculture: Homosexuality and the Arts in New York
03/17/14 Issues in the History of Public Health in New York City
03/17/14 New Amsterdam/ New York City as a Seventeenth-Century Atlantic Crossroads
03/17/14 Gotham City, Gotham State: Rivals and Suitors
03/17/14 A History of Race Relations in New York City (RT)
03/17/14 Puerto Rican / Latino New York: Resistance, Perseverance and Expression in the Decade of the Seventies
03/17/14 Needle Trades: A Curse or a Blessing for Immigrants? (RT)
03/17/14 Parks and Politics in Modern New York City
03/17/14 Arab Americans in New York City: A Community of Many Worlds (RT)
03/17/14 When New York Was A Frontier
03/17/14 Organized Labor and Organized Crime: Cleaning House in the Building Service Employees' Union
03/17/14 Public Art Past and Present: Agencies and Agendas
03/17/14 Archaeology in New York City
03/17/14 Digital Gotham, From Barnum to Blackouts
03/17/14 When New York Was New Amsterdam: Some Myths and Misunderstandings About New Netherland
03/17/14 The Defenders: The Last Great New York Drama of TV's 'Golden Age' (M, RT)
03/17/14 New York Radicalism: Views from Inside and Out, 1880-1920
03/17/14 Crime and Immorality in the Jewish Immigrant Community: Prejudices and Realities, 1850-1920
03/17/14 Madison Square: A Case Study in the Dynamics of Urban Public Space
03/17/14 New York City Journalism Since 1960 (RT)
03/17/14 The Conservative Party and New York City Politics
03/17/14 Eastside, Westside and Downtown: Culture, Conflict and Societal Change in New York City Landmark Spaces
03/17/14 Building, Destruction, and Re-building: The Bronx in the 20th Century
03/17/14 Visualizing Early National and Ante-bellum New York: Black and White Republicanism
03/17/14 New York/Utopia: The Labor Cooperative Housing Movement, 1919-1972 Part II: A City of Cooperatives
03/17/14 Picturing New York: Bird's Eye Views of New York and Images of Washington Square
03/17/14 Nelson Rockefeller, Edward Logue, and the Politics of Urban Development
03/17/14 The Gangs of New York -- More than the Movie
03/17/14 The Decline and Fall of the New York City Waterfront: Container Technology, Conspiracy Theory, and the Rise of Port Newark-Elizabeth, 1965-2001
03/17/14 Breweries, Saloons and Taverns: Brewing and Drinking Life in New York City, 1840-1930
03/17/14 Capital and Capitalists: The Political Economy of New York City, 1850-1950
03/17/14 Building New Subways in New York: A 100-Year Look at Politics and Finance (RT)
03/17/14 If These Walls Could Talk: Doing a Local History of a Block or Building
03/17/14 Preserving the Lower East Side: Imagining a New Ethos of Historic Preservation (RT)
03/17/14 New York/Utopia: The Labor Cooperative Housing Movement, 1919-1972 Part I: Three Bronx Utopias
03/17/14 Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives: Words and Images from NYC's Working People (INTERNET)
03/17/14 Gendering the Eighteenth-Century City
03/17/14 Illustrating the City: Artists and Everyday Life in New York (RT)
03/17/14 New York, Newspapers and the Evolution of Baseball: Henry Chadwick and the Development of Sports Journalism, 1856-1890
03/17/14 The Garment Workers' New York: Immigrant Workers and Progressive Era Reform
03/17/14 In Defense of Preservation (RT)
03/17/14 Ladies and Lawyers: Private and Public Reform Politics in 19th Century New York
03/17/14 The Old Stone House at Gowanus, Brooklyn, 1697-2001 (RT)
03/17/14 Art and Expression in Harlem in the Twentieth Century
03/17/14 Dvorak and the Gilded Age: Issues of Race and Cultural Identity
03/17/14 Becoming Part of the Labor Mosaic: African-American Women and Their Activism in NYC in the 19th and 20th Centuries
03/17/14 Fraud, Vice, Murder, Police: How New York's Underside Shaped 20th Century American Politics and Culture
03/17/14 New York's Lost Children: Foundlings and Foster Care in Historical Perspective
03/17/14 The History and Culture of New York: Views from Abroad (RT)
03/17/14 Mambo to Salsa: Latin Music in the South Bronx
03/17/14 Religious Quests for Community in New York City History
03/17/14 Community Organizing for School Reform: The Question of Parent Agency Past and Present (RT)
03/17/14 Highbrow, Lowbrow and Middlebrow: The Post-Civil War Audiences for Music in New York
03/17/14 Housing in New York: Can Tenements Live with Towers? (RT)
03/17/14 New York and the Culture of Silent Film (MEDIA/PANEL)
03/17/14 The History of Noshing in New York City (RT)
03/17/14 Teaching New York City History (RT)
03/17/14 Beyond the Ward Boss: Visions of Politics in New York City, 1860-1920
03/17/14 Religion in Early New York City
03/17/14 Power Flow: Organized Crime, Environmental Activism, and the Privatization of New York City's Solid Waste System
 
Conferences
03/17/14 A conference commemorating the Bronx African American History Project’s 10th Anniversary
12/27/13 "Preserving New York“ Then and Now
12/27/13 Preservation 2030
11/19/13 Book History Colloquium - Personalities in Post-War Publishing
04/24/13 Labor Studies in the Classroom
03/26/13 29th Social Research conference, "Food and Immigrant Life: The Role of Food in Forced Migration, Migrant Labor, and Recreating Home"
08/13/12 Russian Migration Across Borders, Across Time
11/14/10 2011 CONFERENCE ON NEW YORK STATE HISTORY
03/09/10 2010 Conference on New York State History
02/04/10 Preservation in New York: The Next Generation March 5-7, 2010
12/10/09 Pornography in the City
10/14/09 In the Wake of the Half Moon: Environmental Transformation of the New York Metropolitan Region: 1609-2109
10/06/09 New Perspectives on Architecture in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era
09/21/09 MERCHANT JEWS IN THE NEW WORLD: 1500-1800
09/18/09 Genocide and Human Experience: Raphael Lemkin's Thought and Vision
09/15/09 Dreamland Pavilion: Brooklyn and Development
09/03/09 The Colonial Clergy Conference: Dutch Traditions and American Realities
08/24/09 Dreamland Pavilion: Brooklyn and Development Conference
04/23/09 The Streets of Brooklyn in Film
04/14/09 Cities in Revolt: The Dutch-American Atlantic, ca. 1650-1830
04/07/09 A World on the Move: Emigration and Immigration in Europe and the Americas
03/10/09 Neapolitan Postcards: The Canzone Napoletana as Transnational Subject
02/24/09 Communities & Cornices: Preservation in a Political World
01/20/09 The Dreamland Pavilion: Brooklyn and Development
11/18/08 RADICAL URBANISM: CRITICAL DISCOURSE ON THE RIGHT TO THE CITY
09/18/08 Intra Moenia: Palladio and the City
05/07/08 "The World of Governor Lehman: NYC and State in Depression and War
04/17/08 NUEVA YORK: THE LONG HISTORY OF GOTHAM'S TIES TO THE SPANISH-SPEAKING WORLD
03/28/08 Modern Architecture: How Does NYC Preserve its Modern Masterpieces
03/18/08 Italians in the Americas Conference
02/25/08 Vaudeville At The Brooklyn Paramount (1928-1934 & 1937) & Beyond
02/06/08 CALL FOR PAPER: "Neapolitan Postcards: The Canzone Napoletana as Transnational Subject"
10/05/07 Outing the Water Closet Conference
08/08/07 Enshrined Memories: Brooklyn and the Civil War
08/08/07 Recent Scholarship on Contemporary Italian-American Youth
02/07/07 Imagining Brooklyn: Memory and Amnesia
09/06/06 Edwin Forrest's New York: A Bicentennial Conference
04/26/06 Culture Clash: Latino-Anglo Relations in New York City
04/25/06 Narrating Race and Italianità: Language and Text in the Construction of Race and Italian Americans
04/18/06 Symposium on Africans in New York
04/14/06 DEC’S NEW YORK CITY ReLEAF PROGRAM ANNOUNCES 2006 WORKSHOP - KEEPING TREES ALIVE
04/07/06 "New Immigrants in the Bronx: Creating Urban and Ethnic Spaces"
04/12/05 The IWW and a Century of Radical Labor Activism, 1905-2005
08/25/04 A SPECIAL CONFERENCE: NEW YORK’S JEWISH HISTORY & HERITAGE A VIEW OF 350 YEARS
03/15/04 Great Places, Great Debates: Opening Historic Sites to Civic Engagement
01/07/04 CULTURAL LANDMARKS: Controversy, Practice & Prospects
01/07/04 Neighborhood Energy Forum
07/18/03 Italian Americans and Early Rock and Roll
05/27/03 EIGHTH INTERNATIONAL URBAN PARKS CONFERENCE: GREAT PARKS/GREAT CITIES
04/01/03 SETTING CAPITAL PRIORITIES, FINANCING CAPITAL NEEDS
03/27/03 Innovations in Collaboration: A Conference
03/14/03 26TH ANNUAL NATIONAL LEGAL CONFERENCE ON IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEE POLICY
03/11/03 Fiscal Crisis through the Lens of Class: A conference to help develop a coherent working-class presence in New York City life
03/11/03 First Biennial Conference on the Mayors of New York City: Mayoralty of Robert F. Wagner
03/11/03 From the Ground Up: Oral History
02/13/03 The Mayoralty of Robert F. Wagner, 1954-1965
01/30/03 Preserving the Suburban Metropolis: New York City & Beyond
01/10/03 The Mayoralty of Robert F. Wagner
11/05/02 Education & Welfare
10/08/02 Conference Amsterdam-New York
09/18/02 NEW YORK CITY AND THE NEW DEAL
09/10/02 “Eye-Talian Flava: The Italian American Presence in Hip Hop”
04/17/02 Italians on the New York Waterfront: A Tribute to Peter Panto
04/10/02 New York City Museum Educators Roundtable Annual Conference 2002: Shoulder to Shoulder: Building New Collaborations
03/16/02 Biancheria: Critical and Creative Perspectives on Italian American Women's Domestic Needlework
02/05/02 Data Connection XII
11/29/01 NYU ONE-DAY CONFERENCE: THE NEXT NEW YORK
03/04/01 Local Music / Global Connections: New York City at the Millenium
Film and Video
08/21/14 DRESSING AMERICA: TALES FROM THE GARMENT CENTER
08/05/14 Screening: "Radio Unnameable: Bob Fass and the Rise of Free Expression on the Airwaves"
07/11/14 March on Washington Film Festival
07/11/14 March on Washington Film Festival
07/11/14 March on Washington Film Festival
07/11/14 March on Washington Film Festival
07/11/14 March on Washington Film Festival
07/11/14 March on Washington Film Festival
03/17/14 NYC—THE ABSTRACT IMAGE IN 50s EXPERIMENTAL CINEMA
02/04/14 Men of the Cloth (2013), 96 min., directed by Vicki Vasilopoulos
12/27/13 "Sweatshop Cinderella" Documentary Film Premiere (Women Make Movies)
12/27/13 "Closing Time: Storia di un Negozio" (2006)
12/27/13 "The Italian Gardens of South Brooklyn" (1990)
12/27/13 Independent Filmmakers “A Contemplation of Violence"
12/27/13 Independent Filmmakers “A Contemplation of Power"
12/27/13 "Dyker Lights" (2001) & "The Kings of Christmas" (2005)
12/27/13 "Documented Italians" Film and Video Series
12/27/13 "The City of Greater New York" screening
12/10/13 Red Metal: The Copper Country Strike of 1913
11/19/13 DOC NYC Film Festival
11/19/13 Meat Hooked! with Director Suzanne Wasserman
11/19/13 The Legacy of the Squat Theatre: Budapest and New York
11/13/13 Special Screening of documentary THE PLEASURES OF BEING OUT OF STEP
11/07/13 THE MAKING OF AN AVANT GARDE: IAUS 1967-84 ( film screening and discussion)
12/05/12 AT HOME IN UTOPIA
11/07/12 LES Heritage Film Series: the Eighties -- DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN with director Susan Seidelman
10/24/12 “Across New York” Film Screenings and Discussions
08/13/12 Forty Years Later: Now Can We Talk?
07/19/12 CUP Presents Old School New School Debut
04/30/12 Duo Multicultural Arts Center Open House
02/23/12 Mulberry St. (2009), 87 min., directed by Abel Ferrara
08/31/11 Film Screening: Commemorating 9/11
08/31/11 In Memoriam: New York City, 9/11/01: Film Screening
08/10/11 What the Cell? debut screening
05/06/11 Terra Sogna Terra (2011), 50 min., directed by Lucia Grillo
04/20/11 Scene: Brooklyn
04/06/11 Screening of documentary film, Twilight Becomes Night
02/02/11 Black History Month Film Series Presented by Trinity Wall Street’s Task Force against Racism
01/05/11 2011 New York Jewish Film Festival
11/16/10 Fall Filmmakers Meet-up
11/16/10 Focus on Film and Media Arts Grants: The Jerome Foundation
11/03/10 The Gritty City: NYC Film Series presents The Naked City
09/23/10 J.P. Morgan
09/23/10 New York Underground
09/23/10 The Five Points Gangs
09/23/10 Ancient New York
09/23/10 Brooklyn Bridge
09/02/10 Film Screening and Discussion: Street of Ships
04/27/10 Sweatshop Cinderella: Film Screening with Suzanne Wasserman
02/24/10 Resistance Can Be Tasty
02/23/10 History of Roosevelt Island - Film Series
11/10/09 A Centennial Commemoration of the Uprising of the 20,000
10/26/09 Scene: Brooklyn @ BAC Gallery Film Screening
10/23/09 Brooklyn Filmmaker Meet Up
10/06/09 Gentrification of the Lower East Side
09/21/09 Street of Ships
09/14/09 Sweatshop Cinderella
09/09/09 Mechanic to Millionaire: The Peter Cooper Story
09/09/09 At Home in Utopia
07/29/09 Money Movin'
07/27/09 Film Screening: 24 Hours, 24 Million Meals: Feeding New York
07/16/09 Neapolitan Heart (2002), 92 min.
Paolo Santoni, dir.
07/16/09 Le Cirque: A Table in Heaven (2009), 74 min.
Andrew Rossi, dir.
06/01/09 Women Make Movies: PRIDE Film Screenings
04/17/09 Scene: Brooklyn
03/09/09 Thunder in Guyana
03/03/09 Farmingville
02/24/09 People and Buildings: Disorder in the Court, NY
01/27/09 Calavera Highway: Film Screening with P.O.V. Films
01/12/09 At Home in Utopia
01/12/09 Odyssey in Rome
01/12/09 Polizzi Generosa, My Little Brooklyn
01/12/09 Texas Tavola: A Taste of Sicily in the Lone Star State and Sanctuary of Love: The Mission of Salvatore Verdirome
01/12/09 Magic Man
12/02/08 Brooklyn’s Only All-Brooklyn Film Festival
12/02/08 Brooklyn Arts Council / BAC Gallery presents Creative Cartographies Film/Video Art Screening
11/06/08 5 Dutch Days-Celebrate Independent Thinking
11/06/08 A rare film screenin gof Jazz Legends; Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Charlie Parker
10/23/08 Free Film Screen: The Rocky Horror Picture Show
09/23/08 Screening of 'Forever Activists' and 'Professional Revolutionary'
09/23/08 La Despedida
09/22/08 The Celluloid Jungle
09/20/08 Screening Twilight Becomes Night Documentary Film
07/15/08 Leonard Bernstein: Reaching for the Note
07/10/08 My American Girls: A Dominican Story
04/28/08 Brooklyn Filmmakers
04/28/08 The Power of Art
04/28/08 Hip Hop Frontiers
04/28/08 Sony Wonder Selects Youth Videos
04/28/08 Seventh Annual Women of African Descent Film Festival
04/28/08 Experimental Film Screening
03/31/08 Twilight Becomes Night
02/25/08 The Jews of New York
02/04/08 City of Water: A Short Documentary about the Future of New York’s Waterfront
01/31/08 Screening of Twilight Becomes Night Documentary
01/28/08 Screening of "Monks - The Transatlantic Feedback"
01/22/08 Nine Good Teeth
01/02/08 The Jewish Americans
12/28/07 Parlor Film Screening – The Heiress (1949)
11/29/07 vBrooklyn: A video festival about Brooklyn as a place and video as an art form
11/27/07 Made in L.A.
10/16/07 Haunted Housing: Candyman screening
09/28/07 UP FROM ZERO: A DOCUMENTARY FILM ON THE CLEANUP OF GROUND ZERO
09/13/07 City of Water
08/29/07 Tropfest@Tribeca
08/08/07 Joe Petrosino (2006)
07/12/07 Rooftop Films presents Fish Kill Flea: A feature documentary
06/16/07 Dance on Camera Festival
04/30/07 BAC 41st International Film and Video Festival Screenings
04/27/07 The 41st BAC International Film & Video Festival
02/20/07 Screening of "Home"
02/07/07 Screening of Edifício Master
12/05/06 CONTESTED STREETS
11/28/06 Documented Italians
10/30/06 HOME
10/11/06 Film Screening "HOME"
08/01/06 Closing Time: Storia di un Negozio
07/20/06 Special Event: New York Harbor…Yesterday and Today
04/11/06 BAC/Independence Professional Development Seminars for the Arts
04/11/06 The BAC 40th International Film and Video Festival
01/24/06 Legal and Business Issues for Filmmakers
12/02/05 Short Indie Documentaries
10/17/05 Peace Through Understanding: The 1964/65 New York World's Fair
08/15/05 Slumming It: Myth and Culture on the Bowery
06/27/05 history of Greenwich Village
05/18/05 UNITED NATIONS DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL
05/06/05 Subway: The Empire Beneath New York's Streets
03/31/05 New York Preserved on Film: "Our Vanishing Legacy" Returns
03/08/05 Beah: A Black Woman Speaks
01/26/05 Things in Heaven and Earth: Lorenzo Gigliotti’s Documentary Videos
11/02/04 Legacy of Faith
03/16/04 Edna St. Vincent Millay's Greenwich Village (1917-1925)
02/04/04 Everything is Gonna Be Alright
02/04/04 Nueva York y/en el Cine
02/04/04 Nueva York y/en el Cine
02/04/04 EAT THIS NY
02/02/04 The Deuce: (Nearly) 100 Years of Times Square
01/20/04 DOCUMENTARIAN: CHARLES GUGGENHEIM
01/07/04 Made in Brooklyn
01/07/04 FERRY TALES
01/07/04 49 Waltzes for the Five Boroughs
10/24/03 Reverend Billy Documentary
10/22/03 The RUN a documentary about the Tomkins Square Park Dog Run
08/14/03 Petropolis Film Series II
08/14/03 Petropolis Film Series I- Balto Day
08/14/03 A Day of Remembrance
08/14/03 Ann Shanks on Film
07/29/03 "Gotham Fish Tales," by Robert Maass.
05/28/03 7TH STREET
05/27/03 Chinatown Summer Festival June 16th - June 28th
05/16/03 Peace Through Understanding: The 1964-65 NY World's Fair
05/04/03 Divan at the Tribeca Film Festival
04/29/03 African Burial Ground Film Festival
04/29/03 African Burial Ground Film Festival
11/13/02 The City of Greater New York: the Story of Consolidation
11/13/02 Documentary Screening: The City of Greater New York: the Story of Consolidation
11/04/02 City of Magic : Filmed History from the New York City Municipal Archives
10/24/02 The Lower Eastside Girls Clubs ALL SAINTS! ALL SOULS! ALL CINEMA! Film Festival
10/24/02 Benefit Screening of IN THE MIRROR OF MAYA DEREN
10/17/02 Up In Arms: Comedians Go To War
09/30/02 THE RISE AND FALL OF JIM CROW: Episode II, Fighting Back
09/30/02 THE RISE AND FALL OF JIM CROW: Episode I
09/30/02 THE RISE AND FALL OF JIM CROW: Episode III, Don't Shout to Soon
09/30/02 THE RISE AND FALL OF JIM CROW: Episode IV, Terror and Triumph
08/07/02 Caught in the Crossfire: Arab Americans in Wartime
07/30/02 1st Annual Masters of American Music Film Festival
04/17/02 New York Voices
04/05/02 Tenement Museum's Immigration FIlm Series: MOTL THE OPERATOR and THE GREAT PINOY BOXING ERA
04/05/02 Tenement Museum's Immigrant Film Series: PERFORMING THE BORDER and TAXI-VALA / AUTO-BIOGRAPHY
04/05/02 Tenement Museum's Immigration Film Series: NIGHTSONGS
04/03/02 Etienne Sauret's WTC: The First 24 Hours
03/20/02 URBAN VIDEO FESTIVAL
03/06/02 Film screening of "The Brave Man: Young America's Forgotten Hero"
02/21/02 The Brave Man: Young America's Forgotton Hero
01/16/02 The Eleventh Annual New York Jewish Film Festival
11/09/01 CUBAN ROOTS / BRONX STORIES
11/02/01 Martin Scorsese and Mike Wallace Talk NYC History
Lectures and Discussions
10/31/14 LOST NEW YORK REGAINED: transformational conservation
10/09/14 Water Works! A history of the New York City water supply with Gina Pollara
10/09/14 Footprints in New York with authors James and Michelle Nevius
10/09/14 My Great Aunt Rose of the Lower East Side
10/02/14 Hidden Bemusements of 19th Century New York: A Curator’s perspective
10/01/14 Historical Prints and Photographs from the New-York Historical Society
10/01/14 Panic in the Parlor: Reporting and Reading Pictorial Newspapers in Gilded Age America
09/23/14 Celebrating the Italians of Staten Island!
08/25/14 confederate lecture
08/05/14 Intro to Jazz + New York City's Jazz Scene
08/05/14 History of New York City Transportation - From Horsecars to Helicopters
08/05/14 Reds at the Blackboard: Communism, Civil Rights and the NYC Teachers Union
08/05/14 "A Vast and Fiendish Plot" : The Confederate Attack on New York City
08/05/14 Anna May Wong: From Laundryman’s Daughter to Hollywood Legend
08/05/14 New York's Colored Orphan Asylum: A History
08/05/14 Urban Appetites: Food and Culture in Nineteenth-Century New York
08/05/14 MADE IN NYC: The Reinvention of Local Manufacturing
08/05/14 The American Freak Show
08/05/14 Grime and Glory: A History of Prospect Park
08/05/14 TRASH: New York City's Battle with Garbage
08/05/14 Williamsburg Bridge at Sunset: Street Art Tour
08/05/14 The History of the Gowanus Canal
08/05/14 The Brooklyn Waterfront: Past and Present
05/23/14 Natural Navigation in New York City
05/23/14 Newtown Creek "Magic Lantern" Show
05/23/14 The Reinvention of Local Manufacturing
04/25/14 The Attack on Public Workers
04/22/14 Around the World with Barry Lewis: Central Park
04/22/14 How Jazz Age Manhattan Gave Birth to Modern America
04/22/14 History and Highlights of a World's Fair
04/22/14 Gus Schumacher: Farming in Flushing
04/22/14 SUPREME CITY: NEW YORK IN THE 1920s AND 1930s
04/22/14 FIGHTING WESTWAY: ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, CITIZEN ACTIVISM, AND THE REGULATORY WAR THAT TRANSFORMED NEW YORK CITY
04/22/14 SCENES FROM THE CITY: FILMMAKING IN NEW YORK CITY
04/22/14 Person, Place, Thing with Randy Cohen and Jonathan Ames
04/22/14 Person, Place, Thing with Randy Cohen and Andrew Tarlow
04/22/14 The Black Church: Faith and Community-Building in Central Brooklyn
04/22/14 Brooklyn on Brooklyn: Elizabeth Streb and Jed Walentas
04/22/14 Demystifying Landmarks: A Panel Discussion
04/12/14 Whatever Happened to the Gay Revolution?
04/10/14 The Brooklyn Waterfront: Past and Present
04/10/14 Natural Navigation in New York City: Using the Sun, Stars, and Streets as a Compass
04/10/14 PEOPLE v. BOYD: THE MURDER TRIAL THAT NEARLY REDREW THE MAP OF NEW YORK CITY
04/10/14 he Great Subway Races of the 1960s
03/17/14 TRASH: New York City's Battle with Garbage
03/17/14 The History of the Gowanus Canal at the Brooklyn Historical Society
03/17/14 Superfund: A Citizen's Guide
03/17/14 Grime and Glory: A History of Prospect Park
03/17/14 The NYC You've Never Seen
03/17/14 MADE IN NYC: The Reinvention of Local Manufacturing
03/17/14 Blue Note at 75: A Cultural History of Blue Note Records
03/17/14 Kevin Cook Kitty Genovese: The Murder, the Bystanders, the Crime that Changed America
02/20/14 Building New York: A Conversation with Michael Horodniceanu
02/18/14 JOURNEY TO THE NORTH: NEW YORK'S FREEDOM TRAIL
02/18/14 HOTEL OLGA: RACE RETREAT OF THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE
02/05/14 The Brooklyn Waterfront: Past and Present
02/05/14 Immigrant Foodways Tour
02/05/14 The Newtown Creek "Magic Lantern" Show
02/04/14 Michael Parenti reads from Waiting for Yesterday: Pages from a Street Kid's Life (Bordighera Press, 2013)
01/30/14 From Thomas Wolfe to the Mamas and the Papas: The Venerable Hotel Albert in Greenwich Village
01/30/14 Farmers Markets from Gansevoort to Union Square to Abingdon Square
01/30/14 Winter's Here? Snow Way! A history of snow removal in New York City
01/30/14 Author Terry Golway on ‘Machine Made’
01/30/14 Tammany, Progressivism & the New York Irish
01/23/14 Panel Discussion: Blacks of the Colonial Bronx
01/23/14 “Birth of The Bronx”
01/23/14 “Blacks in the Colonial Bronx”
01/23/14 MASter Class: Researching the History of Buildings in New York City
01/23/14 MASter Class: Researching the History of Buildings in New York City
01/23/14 The Museum of Extraordinary Things
01/23/14 Bohemians: A Graphic History
01/23/14 Habitats: Private Lives in the Big City
01/23/14 Fighting Jim Crow in the County of Kings: The Congress of Racial Equality in Brooklyn
01/23/14 A History of Comedy in New York City
01/23/14 One Out of Three: Immigrant New York in the Twenty-First Century
01/23/14 Harlem: The Unmaking of a Ghetto
12/27/13 Jacob's Cane: A Jewish Family's Journey from the Four Lands of Lithuania to the Ports of London and Baltimore: A Memoir in Five Generations
12/27/13 "The Great War of the Architects; Religious Architecture in New York during the Victorian Period"
12/27/13 The "Weaker Sex" Takes Gotham: Fighting For Women's Right to Vote
12/27/13 FDR's Funeral Train: A Betrayed Widow, a Soviet Spy, and a Presidency in the Balance
12/27/13 "Out of the Frying Pan Into the Fire": A Conversation about Security and Transparency in the Cold War Era Foreign Relations Series
12/04/13 Harlem Y Talks
12/01/13 Harlem Y Talks
11/27/13 Emancipation Proclamation: Eric Foner & Julie Golia in Conversation
11/27/13 Great New York City Buildings Few Guide Books Will Ever Mention
11/27/13 Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009
11/27/13 The Changing Status of Women in New York City, 1913-1950: The Case of Theresa Bernstein
11/27/13 Quantifying Bloodlines: DNA, Family Histories and the Myth of Purity
11/19/13 Harlem with Barry Lewis
11/19/13 The Armory Show at 100 Gallery Tour 3
11/19/13 The Village: 400 Years of Beats and Bohemians, Radicals and Rogues
11/19/13 Culture Shock: New York and Paris, 1913
11/19/13 New York in the Gilded Age
11/19/13 From Dutch Traders to Yankee Merchants
11/19/13 Matthew Gordon Lasner Book Talk HIGH LIFE: CONDO LIVING IN THE SUBURBAN CENTURY
11/19/13 Constance Rosenblum Book Talk HABITATS: PRIVATE LIVES IN THE BIG CITY
11/19/13 New World Foods
11/19/13 The Brooklyn Waterfront: Past and Present
11/17/13 NYC's Battle with Garbage
11/13/13 The Brooklyn Waterfront: Past and Present
11/13/13 MADE IN NYC: The Reinvention of Local Manufacturing
11/13/13 Great New York City Buildings Few Guide Books Will Ever Mention
11/13/13 The History of the Gowanus Canal
10/19/13 The Origins of Bronx Parks: A Panel Discussion
10/08/13 The Rise of Abraham Cahan
10/08/13 A Headstone, a Cookbook and a Nosh
10/08/13 The Big Crowd
10/08/13 What’s Your Favorite Building?
08/05/13 Back to Africa: Free Black Migrations to Lagos in the 19th century
08/05/13 FIGHTING SOMEONE ELSE’S WARS: Irish Mercenaries, Soldiers, and Adventurers in the New World, 1776-1865
08/05/13 The Strategic Production of Chinese Immigrants as Model Minorities, 1948-1965
08/05/13 China & the Silk Roads: Trade, Migration, and Cultural Transformation
06/06/13 Tackling Poverty: The History of Poverty and Homelessness in New York City
05/28/13 East, In Eden: William Niblo and His Pleasure Garden of Yore
04/10/13 East of Eden: William Niblo and His Pleasure Garden of Yore
03/27/13 Pursuing Theodore Roosevelt : A Life's Passion
03/05/13 Lower East Side Oral Histories
02/19/13 Giuliana Muscio discusses "Enrico Caruso: A Modern Media Star"
02/19/13 Robert Viscusi reads from "Ellis Island" (Bordighera Press, 2013)
02/19/13 Annie Rachele Lanzillotto reads from "L Is for Lion: An Italian Bronx Butch Freedom Memoir" (SUNY Press, 2013)
02/19/13 James Periconi discusses "Strangers in a Strange Land: A History of Italian-Language American Imprints, 1830-1945"
02/19/13 David Evanier presents All the Things You Are: The Life of Tony Bennett David Evanier, The Writers Room
01/09/13 Grand Central: How a Train Station Transformed America
01/09/13 More Powerful than Dynamite: Radicals, Plutocrats, Progressives and New York’s Year of Anarchy
01/09/13 New York City Cartmen, 1667–1850
01/09/13 Eighty Days: Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland’s History-Making Race around the World
01/09/13 L is for Lion: An Italian Bronx Butch Freedom Memoir
01/09/13 Russ & Daughters: Reflections and Recipes from the House That Herring Built
01/09/13 Aspects of the African-American Experience in NYC
12/01/12 The Power and Profit of Place: The Economics of Aesthetics
11/28/12 Do Subway Maps Reflect Reality?
11/27/12 P. T. Barnum and Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Confluence of Influence
11/16/12 Vito Marcantonio and the Puerto Rican People
10/23/12 The Circus In America
10/23/12 Suspended in Thin Air: The Future of the Circus in America
10/23/12 Herma Nootics, the Clown: An Idiosyncratic History of Circus Clowning
10/23/12 Modern Magician: Calder’s Circus and the Invention of the Mobile
10/23/12 P. T. Barnum and Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Confluence of Influence
10/23/12 Glass Plates and High-diving Horses: Photographers of the American Circus
10/03/12 Italian Americans as Transnational Political Actors, 1890's-2010s: From Radicals to Conservatives
10/02/12 Heirloom Apples: History and Tasting
09/21/12 The Historian as Activist: One Man’s Struggle to Rescue a Forgotten Civic Hero from Obscurity and Disgrace
08/13/12 TRANSNATIONAL MUSICIANSHIP A 1930s Cuban All-Women Band in Havana, New York City, Paris, and Mexico
08/13/12 Forty Years Later: Now Can We Talk?
07/19/12 Paul LaRosa reads from Leaving Story Avenue: My Journey from the Projects to the Front Page (Park Slope Publishing, 2012)
07/19/12 Jonathan Galassi reads from Left-handed: Poems (Knopf, 2012)
07/19/12 Italian-American Foodways and the Making of Modern New York, lecture by Rocco Marinaccio, Manhattan College
06/21/12 Power Trip debut presentation
04/11/12 Gender and Diaspora: Conflicts and Resolutions
04/10/12 Baseball in Brooklyn
02/23/12 Celluloid Activist: The Life and Times of Vito Russo, lecture by Michael Schiavi
02/07/12 Beyond Weeksville: A History of African-Americans in Brooklyn
02/04/12 Edward West Browning's Antics in Jazz-Age New York
01/20/12 Feeding Gotham: A Social History of Urban Provisioning, 1780-1860
01/19/12 The Bialystoker Home: Past, Present, Future Panel Discussion
01/18/12 Soviet-Jewish Experience in NYC, 1972-2000 in Fact and Fiction
01/18/12 New York at War
01/18/12 Beyond Borders: Social Movements, Immigrants, and New York City in the Transnational Context, 1895-1940
01/18/12 Gentrification of the Mind: Witness to a Lost Imagination
01/18/12 Domestic Workers in New York City, Yesterday and Today
01/18/12 The Real MAD MEN! and the Golden Age of Advertising in NYC
01/13/12 The New Brooklyn Cookbook
01/11/12 Gay New York and the Arts of the Twentieth Century
12/08/11 Literary Brooklyn
12/08/11 Author Talk/Literary Brooklyn with Evan Hughes
11/14/11 Preservation Martyr, Archival Triumph
11/07/11 Talking about Walking Tours
10/24/11 A Complicated Man: The life of Bill Clinton as Told by Those Who Know Him
10/23/11 Let Freedom Ring: A Brief History of America at War
09/06/11 Digital Gotham: Researching New York City History Online
09/06/11 New Perspectives on Postcolonial History: A Workshop on Using Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) in the 21st Century
09/01/11 Still Life: Adventures in Taxidermy Lecture
08/31/11 The World Trade Center Site: Ten Years After / Ten Years Hence
08/18/11 Author Talk with photographer Jamal Shabazz
07/16/11 Butchery on Bond Street - A Widow's Mite
07/16/11 Sauce for the Goose
07/16/11 A Rite of Return
07/05/11 "Hot Time in the Old Town The Great Heat Wave of 1896 and the Making of Theodore Roosevelt"
06/29/11 Pete Hamill, Tabloid City
06/29/11 Joel Grey on Joel Grey
06/29/11 War on Poverty 2.0: The Urban Challenge
06/29/11 The Ghost of Greenwich Village: A Book Talk by Loran Graham
06/22/11 American to the Backbone: The Life of James W. C. Pennington, the Fugitive Slave Who Became One of the First Black Abolitionists
05/23/11 Down the Rabbit Hole: Found Objects and Forgotten Stories
05/23/11 Down The Rabbit Hole: Found Objects and Forgotten Stories
05/12/11 Raising Brooklyn
05/06/11 Anthony Di Renzo reads from Bitter Greens: Essays on Food, Politics, and Ethnicity from the Imperial Kitchen (SUNY Press, 2010)
05/03/11 Helvetica and the New York City Subway System: The True (Maybe) Story with Paul Shaw
05/03/11 Tabloid City with Pete Hamill introduced by Tom Robbins
05/03/11 Lower East Side Eats: BabyCakes & Clinton Street Baking Company
05/03/11 Triumvirate: McKim, Mead & White: Art, Architecture, Scandal, and Class with Mosette Broderick and Paula Uruburu
05/03/11 Greenwich Village: Past, Present, and Future
05/03/11 Life in New Amsterdam: 1624 - 1664
04/28/11 The Invention of Brownstone Brooklyn
04/14/11 The Hellhound of Wall Street: Ferdinand Pecora and the Investigation of the Great Crash, lecture by Michael Perino
04/06/11 Do Unions Still Matter?
03/28/11 Harlem’s Black & Jewish Music Culture, 1890-1930 with John Reddick
03/28/11 History of New York City Public Transportation from the Early 19th Century to Today with John Tauranac
03/14/11 The Fabric of the Garment District
03/14/11 The Fabric of the Garment District
03/13/11 Factory Conversation Series: Manufacturing Space
03/13/11 Factory Conversation Series: Book Talk with Anthony Hamboussi
03/13/11 Factory Conversation Series: Contemporary Architects and Manufacturers
03/13/11 Factory Conversation Series: Curator's Tour
03/12/11 The Public Schools of Charles BJ Snyder, A Revolution in Public School Design
03/09/11 Putting the Public History in Ph.D.: A Roundtable Discussion and Workshop
03/07/11 Joan of Arc in New York
03/05/11 Authors @the Library present: "The New York City Triangle Factory Fire with Leigh Benin, Rob Linne, Adrienne Sosin and Joel Sosinsky
02/28/11 The Restoration of the Ratzer Map: Lecture by Jon Derow
02/28/11 Sandy Miller, Unexpected New York, Book Talk
02/28/11 Jeffrey Kroessler, The Greater New York Sports Chronology
02/24/11 "New York Longshoremen: Class and Power on the Docks," lecture by William Mello
02/24/11 "The Neapolitan Instrument Makers of New York," lecture by Jayson Kerr Dobney
02/22/11 Today's Echoes of the Triangle Fire - A Day of Action Workshops
02/22/11 The Triangle Fire Remembered and Rethought
02/19/11 Collage of Myself: Walt Whitman and the Making of Leaves of Grass
02/14/11 Abstract and Representational Expressionism
02/14/11 John Bartlestone Book Talk
02/14/11 Anthony Hamboussi Book Talk -- NEWTOWN CREEK: A PHOTOGRAPHIC SURVEY OF NEW YORK'S INDUSTRIAL WATERWAY
02/14/11 New York's Industrial Heritage: Factory Conversation Series
02/14/11 Contemporary Architects and Manufacturers: Factory Conversation Series
02/13/11 Civil Rights Leader Julian Bond Speaks On "The Legacy of James Forman"
02/10/11 McKim, Mead & White. Transmitters of the old to the New World!
02/09/11 Richard Plunz and Damon Rich in Conversation
01/24/11 HONORING PRESERVATIONIST MARGOT GAYLE
01/24/11 Franklin and Esther Schmidt -- Kitchens of the Victorian Era
01/24/11 Brian D. Coleman, Across the Pond: Icons of English Arts and Crafts and American Interpretations
01/24/11 Mosette Broderick, Ph. --- McKim, Mead & White. Transmitters of the Old to the New World!
01/24/11 Ruth Sergel, Remembering the Triangle Fire: Memory, Memorial and Perpetual Revolution
01/18/11 Vertical Urban Factory: Contemporary Architects and Manufacturers
01/18/11 Vertical Urban Factory: New York's Industrial Heritage
01/18/11 Factory in Film / Film in the Factory
01/18/11 Vertical Urban Factory
01/15/11 Remembering the Triangle Fire: Memory, Memorial and Perpetual Revolution
01/15/11 Remembering the Triangle Fire: Memory, Memorial and Perpetual Revolution
01/15/11 Remembering the Triangle Fire: Memory, Memorial and Perpetual Revolution
01/15/11 Remembering the Triangle Fire: Memory, Memorial and Perpetual Revolution
01/15/11 Remembering the Triangle Fire: Memory, Memorial and Perpetual Revolution
01/15/11 Remembering the Triangle Fire: Memory, Memorial and Perfetual Revolution
01/11/11 VOICES OF THE ELDERS
01/07/11 McKim, Mead & White. Transmitters of the old to the New World!
01/07/11 Remembering the Triangle Fire
01/05/11 High on the Hog: A Culinary Journey from Africa to America Jessica Harris In conversation with Francis Lam
01/05/11 High on the Hog: A Culinary Journey from Africa to America -- Jessica Harris in conversation with Francis Lam
01/05/11 New Perspectives on Italian American History Nancy Carnevale and Jennifer Guglielmo In conversation with Joanna Clapps Herman
01/05/11 Makeshift Metropolis: Ideas About Cities, Witold Rybczynski Introduced by Francis Morron
01/05/11 The Man Who Saved New York: Hugh Carey and the Great Fiscal Crisis of 1975 with Robert Polner and Seymour Lachman
01/03/11 John Bartelstone Book Talk THE BROOKLYN NAVY YARD (Powerhouse Books 2009)
01/03/11 Anthony Hamboussi Book Talk - NEWTOWN CREEK: A PHOTOGRAPHIC SURVEY OF NEW YORK'S INDUSTRIAL WATERWAY
12/29/10 Kenneth Jackson and Lisa Keller Book Talk
12/29/10 Alexander Garvin Book Talk
12/01/10 A Movement Grows in Brooklyn/The Civil Rights and Black Power Movements
11/29/10 Encyclopedia of New York
11/24/10 A Conversation with Morris Dickstein: The Everyman in Great Depression Arts and Culture
11/24/10 Dancing in the Dark: The Everyman in Great Depression Arts and Culture
11/24/10 A Conversation with Morris Dickstein: The Everyman in Great Depression Arts and Culture
11/23/10 The Encyclopedia of New York City with Kenneth Jackson
11/10/10 Brooklyn School of Black Visual Artists
11/09/10 Conversation: New York Nueva York
11/04/10 Making New York State Government Great Again
11/02/10 Bowery: Past, Present & Future
10/25/10 The Taxi of Tomorrow
09/30/10 Symposium: Daniel Patrick Moynihan
09/29/10 Venerating the Book: Rituals and Magic of the Torah, Bible, and Koran
09/23/10 Ed Koch and the Rebuilding of New York City
09/23/10 Monk Eastman: The Gangster Who Became War Hero with Neil Hanson
09/23/10 Historical Atlas of New York City: A Visual Celebration of Nearly 400 Years of New York City’s History
09/23/10 Appetite City: A Culinary History of New York City
09/23/10 Ed Koch and the Remaking of New York
09/23/10 From Slavery to Poverty: The Racial Origins of Welfare in NY, 1840-1918
09/23/10 New York City and the Spanish-Speaking World, Part II: Cultural Connections
09/23/10 Dangerous Game: New Yorkers at Play
09/23/10 Old Nueva York (1613-1945) and New Nueva York (1945-2010): Acorn and Tree?
09/23/10 Manhattan Projects: The Rise and Fall of Urban Renewal in Cold War New York
09/21/10 Talking About History: Rufus King’s Library
09/20/10 In Danger of Extinction: Gentrification in East Harlem & on the Lower East Side
09/20/10 Lindsay's Forgotten Preservation Legacy: Air Rights and the Strengthening of the Landmarks Law
09/16/10 FDR, Eleanor, Lucy: A Great President, A Brilliant Political Marriage, A Tragic Love Affair
09/16/10 Franklin Roosevelt, Fiorello La Guardia, & the New Deal in NYC
09/02/10 Workshop: Learning to Listen to Gospel Music
09/02/10 Eric Nash Book Talk
09/02/10 On the Waterfront in New York: A Lecture
09/02/10 The Man Who Never Returned: A Novel
09/02/10 Five Points: The Nineteenth-Century New York City Neighborhood That Invented Tap Dance, Stole Elections, and Became the World’s Most Notorious Slum
09/02/10 There is Power in a Union: The Epic Story of Labor in America
08/31/10 Who Broke New York? Wagner, Lindsay, Beame, and the Fiscal Crisis
08/20/10 Thinking Beyond the Bars
08/11/10 Living the Revolution: Italian Women's Resistance and Radicalism in New York City, lecture by Jennifer Guglielmo
07/15/10 The Story of Sushi: Secrets of the Cuisine from Japan to New York
07/15/10 The Strike That Changed New York: Ocean Hill-Brownsville, the Politics of Education, & Race Relations in New York City
07/15/10 The Future of the Car in the City
07/15/10 Gay Rights in the 1960s and Today
07/15/10 Collecting Decorative Arts: A Conversation with Maryalice Huggins and James Tottis
07/15/10 The First Negro League Game at Yankee Stadium
07/15/10 Behind-the-Scenes with Sid Davidoff
07/15/10 Behind-the-Scenes of with Sid Davidoff
06/23/10 Hot Time in the Old Town
06/23/10 The Flatiron Building: A New York Obsession
06/23/10 Scoundrels in Law
06/11/10 Brewed in Brooklyn
06/11/10 The Civil War Draft Riots of 1863 by Barnet Schecter
06/07/10 New Energy Code Changes are in Effect July 1: Is Your Building Prepared?
05/31/10 Lower East Side: Beyond the Melting Pot
05/07/10 Robert Moses, Jane Jacobs, and the Automobile
04/27/10 Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition
04/27/10 The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt with T.J. Stiles
04/27/10 Tenement Talk: Life on the Lower East Side: Photographs by Rebecca Lepkoff, 1937-1950
04/22/10 The Movie Houses of Brooklyn
04/20/10 Penny Arcade presents Bad Reputation: Performances, Essays, Interviews (MIT Press, 2009)
04/16/10 Municipal Art Society Presents: How the Architectural Walking Tour Built the Preservation Movement
04/12/10 "Men, Women, and Margaret Fuller"
04/07/10 Curious about Cartooning
04/07/10 Documenting Struggle: Three Radical New York City Archives
03/29/10 Joseph Pulitzer's World and the Lower East Side
03/26/10 Entering through the Golden Door: Cinematic Representations of a Mythical Moment, lecture by Yiorgos Kalogeras, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
03/22/10 BAC Professional Development Seminars: Making Art Work -- Copyright and Trademark Basics for Artists
03/09/10 Steven J. Belluscio discusses and reads from The Grand Gennaro by Garibaldi M. Lapolla (Rutgers University Press, 2009)
03/04/10 The History and life in Yorkville/Kleindeutschland
03/03/10 Books at the Bar
03/03/10 A Vast and Fiendish Plot: The Confederate Attack on New York City
02/24/10 Reading with Jonathan Eig, Author of Get Capone
02/24/10 Brown Bag Lecture: Stories from the Puerto Rican Oral History Project, 1973-1975
02/24/10 Book Talk by Graham Hodges: David Ruggles: A Radical Black Abolitionist and the Underground Railroad in New York
02/24/10 Rites and Ceremonies of the Brooklyn African Diaspora
02/24/10 History of White People
02/23/10 Tenement Talk-- Breadwinners: Working Women and Economic Independence, 1865-1920 with Lara Vapnek
02/23/10 Rites and Ceremonies of the Brooklyn African Diaspora
02/23/10 African Dance / Brooklyn Style Symposium
02/17/10 The Empty City: American Film and the Imagination of Disaster
02/16/10 FREE ILLUSTRATED LECTURE: ANDREW H. GREEN, GOTHAM'S FIRST MASTER PLANNER
02/13/10 Iris Speed Reading Course
02/09/10 Surviving the Affordable Housing Struggle in Brooklyn
02/04/10 Spycraft of the American Revolution
02/04/10 The Final Expedition of Henry Hudson
01/26/10 Tenement Talk: Dancing in the Dark: A Cultural History of the Great Depression with Morris Dickstein and David Freeland
01/13/10 David Ruggles: A Radical Black Abolitionist and the Underground Railroad in New York City
01/13/10 Naked City: The Death and Life of Authentic Urban Places
01/13/10 The Row House Reborn: Architecture and Neighborhoods in New York City, 1908-1929
01/11/10 GOTHAM AND ITS GARBAGE
01/08/10 The New York City Origins Of The Disability Rights Movement
01/08/10 From The Triangle To the Tiger: New York's Garment Center In American Popular Culture, 1920-1970
01/05/10 Waiting For Lefty: A Staged Reading with Theater 808, directed by Simon McLean
01/05/10 Dancing In the Dark with Morris Dickstein with David Freeland
01/05/10 The Puzzle King with Betsy Carter in conversation with her editor, Elisabeth Scharlatt
01/05/10 The Bagel: The Surprising History of a Modest Bread with Maria Balinksa
01/05/10 Mitzvah Girls with Ayala Fader in conversation with Hasia Diner
01/05/10 Us: Americans Talk About Love with John Bowe & Contributors
01/05/10 A Jury of Her Peers: Elaine Showalter in conversation with Erica Jong
01/05/10 New York Undercover with Jennifer Fronc & Annie Polland
01/05/10 Tenement Saga: Early Jewish American Literature
12/14/09 Early Jewish American Literature
12/14/09 Mitzvah Girls: Bringing Up the Next Generation of Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn
11/24/09 December Coffee Talk of the Historic Districts Council
11/24/09 THE ROW HOUSE REBORN: Architecture and Neighborhoods in New York City, 1908-1929
11/24/09 NEW YORK'S UNIQUE & UNEXPECTED PLACES
11/24/09 GREEN METROPOLIS: Why Living Smaller, Living Closer, and Driving Less are the Keys to Sustainability
11/24/09 THE ONCE AND FUTURE NEW YORK: Historic Preservation and the Modern City
11/20/09 The Lower East Side Remembered and Revisited
11/19/09 The Skyscraper Museum presents Shanghai Skyline, Preserving Shanghai: Modernizing Urban Identity
11/18/09 Jews in New Amsterdam
11/17/09 Irish New York: A New Look at Tammany Hall and its Legacy
11/16/09 City of Complaint
11/04/09 The Life and Legacy of Andrew H. Green, Gotham's First Master Planner
11/02/09 Jews in New Amsterdam
10/26/09 Re-Imagining New York: Designing Urban Farms to Feed New York City
10/26/09 Mannahatta: A Natural History of New York City
10/23/09 The Lower East Side Remembered and Revisited
10/20/09 A LECTURE & TRIBUTE CEREMONY IN HONOR OF ANDREW H. GREEN, NYC'S UNSUNG CIVIC GIANT
10/19/09 Lincoln, Life-Size
10/19/09 A Brief History of Washington Heights, Inwood and Marble Hill
10/19/09 Transformations! The Story Behind the Painted Faces
10/19/09 "The Lost Supreme: The Life of Dreamgirl Florence Ballard"
10/19/09 Ghosts of Manhattan: A Talk by Ghost Tour Guide Dr. Phil Schoenberg
10/19/09 Secret Cemeteries of Staten Island
10/16/09 My Red Blood: A Memoir of Growing Up Communist, Coming Onto the Greenwich Village Folk Scene, and Coming Out in the Feminist Movement
10/16/09 New York: The Novel with Edward Rutherfurd
10/16/09 Appetite City: A Culinary History of New York with William Grimes
10/16/09 On the Irish Waterfront
10/14/09 The Illicit Apple: A History of Gangs, Vice & Crime in NYC
10/14/09 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: The Real Estate of Bohemia
10/14/09 LES Stories: Chinatown
10/14/09 The Snakehead: An Epic Tale of the Chinatown Underworld and the American Dream with Patrick Radden Keefe
10/14/09 Cooking Jewish: 352 Great Recipes from the Rabinowitz Family with Judy Bart Kancigor
10/14/09 On the Irish Waterfront: The Crusader, the Movie, and the Soul of the Port of New York
10/14/09 The New York Times Book of New York
10/09/09 The Lower East Side Remembered and Revisited
10/06/09 Roundtable Discussion on Appropriateness and Historic Preservation
10/06/09 Context/Contrast: New Architecutre in Historic Districts Inaugural Forum
10/06/09 New York Sings: 400 Years of the Empire State in Song
10/06/09 Warren Shaw on the Lower East Side and 19th Century American Popular Culture
10/06/09 Preservation in the Context: Communities & Their Landmarked Districts
10/05/09 Boulevard of Dreams: Heady Times, Heartbreak and Hope along the Grand Concourse in the Bronx
09/30/09 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: Westbeth: A Revolution in Artists' Housing and Adaptive Re-Use
09/23/09 Artist's Statement Writing Workshop
09/21/09 On the Waterfront
09/21/09 Governors Island: The Jewel of New York Harbor
09/21/09 First Annual Audre Lorde/Essex Hemphill Memorial Lecture
09/14/09 Brooklyn Utopias? Roundtable Discussion
09/14/09 100 Years of the Manhattan Bridge - A Lecture with "Dave the Bridge Man"
09/14/09 The 2009 Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable
09/09/09 Celebrating America's Labor Movement
08/31/09 NYC Trivia Rumble
08/31/09 New York 400: A Visual History of America's Greatest City with Images from The Museum of the City of New York
08/31/09 Appetite City: A Culinary History of New York
08/31/09 The New York Times Book of New York: Stories of the People, the Streets, and the Life of the City Past and Present
08/31/09 Wrestling With Moses: How Jane Jacobs Took On New York’s Master Builder and Transformed the American City
08/31/09 Inside the Apple: A Streetwise History of New York City
08/31/09 Gangsters, Murderers and Weirdoes of New York City's East Side
08/19/09 NYC Audubon Hudson Quadricentennial Lecture Series
08/17/09 The Lower East Side Remembered & Revisited
08/17/09 Mannahatta With Eric Sanderson and Robert Sullivan
08/17/09 Boulevard of Dreams With Constance Rosenblum
08/17/09 Island At The Center of The World with Russell Shorto
08/17/09 The Presents of the Past: Celebrating New York at 400
08/03/09 Civil War Wives: The Winds of Change, Presented by Carol Berkin
08/03/09 Benjamin Franklin & the Constitutional Convention Presented by Philip J. Briggs
08/03/09 How the Founders, All of Them, Redefined the Polity Presented by Ray Raphael
08/03/09 Robert Caro: The 2009 Leon Levy Biography Lecture
08/03/09 FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT IN NEW YORK: The Plaza Years, 1954-1959
08/03/09 Automats, Taxi Dances, and Vaudeville: Excavating Manhattan’s Lost Places of Leisure With David Freeland
08/03/09 Dead Guys in Suits: Gangster City With Rose Keefe and Patrick Downey
08/03/09 Island at the Center of the World: The Epic Story of Dutch Manhattan and the Forgotten Colony That Shaped America with Russell Shorto
07/31/09 Why Aren't You Naked? A RED-HOT Media Art Exhibition
07/27/09 The Hudson-Fulton Celebration of 1909
07/16/09 John Giorno reads from Subduing Demons in America: Selected Poems 1962-2007
07/16/09 Lost Boys, Recovered Memories: Lorenzo Carcaterra's Sleepers
07/16/09 Rosario Candela: An Immigrant Architect in New York
07/16/09 Michael J. Agovino reads from The Bookmaker: A Memoir of Money, Luck, and Family from the Utopian Outskirts of New York City
07/06/09 Explorers, Fortunes and Love Letters: A Window on New Netherland
07/06/09 Uncommon Voices, Everyday Lives: Jewish Experiences in Salonika Through the YIVO Archives
07/06/09 Mr. Beller's Neighborhood monthly reading
07/06/09 Park Lit 2009: Mr. Beller's Neighborhood
07/06/09 Book Group: Jonathan Ames's "The Alcoholic"
07/03/09 Free Public Lecture and Reception : British Author Anthony Peake
06/25/09 Knickerbocker: The Myth Behind New York
06/25/09 LES Stories: The Melting Pot
06/25/09 Automats, Taxi Dances, and Vaudeville
06/25/09 Dead Guys in Suits: Gangsters in NYC
06/25/09 LES Stories: Tales From Little Italy (and Arthur Avenue Too)
06/25/09 Let the Great World Spin
06/25/09 The Mad Ones: Crazy Joe Gallo and the Revolution at the Edge of the Underworld
06/23/09 Preserving NYC's Smallest Islands: Ellis Island
06/14/09 Connecting Islands and Generations: The Queensboro Bridge at 100
06/14/09 All Aboard to the Past: The Queensboro Bridge Trolley as Photographed by Sid Kaplan
06/12/09 Lecture: The Bowery: Past, Present & Future
06/09/09 The Stonewall National Historic Landmark: 1969, 1999 and Beyond
06/09/09 First Houses: A Monument of the Past, a Model for the Future. A Lecture with Warren Shaw
06/09/09 Book Discussion: American Eve: Evelyn Nesbit, Stanford White, The Birth of the "It" Girl and The Crime of the Century.
06/08/09 Edgewater: Building Classical Architecture along the Hudson
06/08/09 Historic Hudson River Houses 1663 – 1915
06/08/09 The Sanctified Landscape: Memory, Place, and the Mid-Hudson Valley in the Nineteenth Century
06/08/09 A Geography of the Ideal: The Hudson River and the Hudson River School
06/05/09 Rosario Candela: An Immigrant a
06/01/09 Illustrated Lecture: "Gotham and Its Garbage: A History of Public Waste, Public Health, and the Department of Sanitati
06/01/09 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: From "Beebo Brinker" to the Daughters of Bilitis: Lesbian Life in Greenwich Village Before Stonewall
05/19/09 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: The Stonewall National Historic Landmark: 1969, 1999, and Beyond
05/18/09 Theaters, Movie Houses and Stars of the Upper West Side: From Vaudeville to the Present
05/14/09 Circle Round Brooklyn
05/12/09 Paul Nowak
05/11/09 Preserving NYC's Smallest Islands: Randall's Island
05/11/09 People v. Boyd: The Murder Trial That Nearly Redrew the Map of NYC
05/08/09 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: Thomas Paine: Foundling Father: A Lecture with J. Ward Regan
05/04/09 BOOK TALK AND SIGNING: Andrew Dolkart, author of BIOGRAPHY OF A TENEMENT HOUSE IN NEW YORK CITY: An Architectural History of 97 Orchard Street
05/04/09 Manufacturing a Greener New York: More Industries, More Jobs
05/04/09 BOOK TALK AND SIGNING: Jean Parker Phifer, author of PUBLIC ART NEW YORK
05/04/09 Theater in Brooklyn: Past, Present and Future
04/23/09 Preserving NYC's Smallest Islands: Roosevelt Island
04/21/09 Transforming America's Cities: Creating a National Urban Policy
04/17/09 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: Digging Greenwich Village: A Lecture on Urban Archaeology with Diana di Zerega Wall
04/15/09 Women Who Dared
04/09/09 "The House on Mango Street" book reading/signing by author, Sandra Cisneros
04/06/09 Some Time in the Sun (work-in-progress): Sneak Peak Reading with John Sayles
04/06/09 The Sun and the Moon: The Remarkable True Account of Hoaxers, Showmen, Dueling Journalists and Lunar Man-Bats in Nineteenth-Century New York
04/06/09 The Last of the Handmade Buildings: Terra Cotta In and Around New York
03/25/09 America-in-Play: A Staged Reading Under the Direction of Lynn Thomas
03/25/09 A Voyage Long and Strange: On the Trail of Vikings, Conquistadors, Lost Colonists, and Other Adventures in Early America
03/25/09 Old World Mothers in the Eyes of the New World: Italian American Writers Discuss Their Work
03/23/09 The Story of 42nd St: The Theatres, Shows, Characters and Scandals of the World’s Most Notorious Street
03/23/09 The Role of Public History in NYC’s Cultural Life
03/23/09 PRESERVING NEW YORK CITY'S SMALLEST ISLANDS: HART ISLAND
03/23/09 Brooklyn: A Novel with Colm Toibin
03/16/09 Author talk for "On the Wall"
03/09/09 BAC presents Marketing for Arts Organizations: Using the Power of the Internet to Grow
03/06/09 BAC Gallery presents Clamoring to Become Visible, Curatorial Talk and Artist Panel
03/03/09 I Speak of the City: Poems of New York with Stephen Wolf
03/03/09 The Forbidden Apple with Kat Long
03/03/09 Triangle: The Fire That Changed America
03/02/09 The Lower East Side Remembered and Revisited
03/02/09 The Resilient City: New York Facing Adversity
03/02/09 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: In Their Own Words: Interviews with the Women of the Greenwich Village Preservation Movement from GVSHP’s Oral History Project
03/02/09 Immigrant Families in America: Book Talk
03/02/09 Making New Netherland History: A Conversation with Charles Gehring and Jaap Jacobs
03/02/09 The Sun and the Moon: Book Talk
03/02/09 From Farm to Table: New York City's Local Food Movement
02/18/09 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: Shifting Images: Changing Perceptions of Italian Immigrant Women
02/10/09 Greening Manhattan's Waterfront: A New Perimeter Park for the 21st Century
02/09/09 Robert Moses and Pelham Bay Park
02/05/09 The Rebirth of the South Bronx
02/03/09 URBAN HOMESTEADING: Sweat Equity in the 1980's and 1990's Stabilized Manhattan Valley
02/03/09 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: All-Night Party: The Bohemian Women of Greenwich Village and Harlem
02/03/09 Unexpected New York
02/03/09 The Lower East Side Rembered & Revisited
01/28/09 Hudson Valley Ruins: Forgotten Landmarks of an American Landscape
01/28/09 The Cult of Velazquez: Victorian Artists and Spain
01/28/09 The Horrow of the Unadorned: Style and the Technology of Wallpaper Production in the Victorian Era
01/28/09 The Horror of the Unadorned: Style and the Technology of Wallpaper Production in the Victorian Era
01/27/09 Chinatown Noir: Talk with S.J. Rozan and Henry Chang
01/27/09 Sephardic Jews in America: A Diasporic History
01/27/09 Preservation Looks to 2030: Panel with Anne Van Ingen, Kirstin Sechler, and Kate Wood
01/27/09 Who Will Write Our History: Rediscovering a Hidden Archive from the Warsaw Ghetto
01/27/09 On Being Muslim or Arab Today
01/27/09 Lower East Side Stories: Coming to America
01/27/09 On Being Muslim or Arab Today, With Kavitha Rajagopalan and Moustafa Bayoumi
01/27/09 Lower East Side Stories: Coming to America, Hosted by H.R. Britton
01/27/09 New York Memoirs With Mort Zachter and Carl Capotorto
01/27/09 From The Triangle To The Tiger: New York's Garment Center in American Popular Culture, 1920-1970.
01/27/09 Gastropolis: Food and New York City
01/27/09 The Day Wall Street Exploded: A Story of America in its First Age of Terror
01/21/09 Sharing the Dirt on Container Gardening: Window Boxes to Rooftops
01/21/09 The Vanishing City: A Town Hall Discussion
01/21/09 Robert Wright, Ph.D.: One Nation Under Debt: Hamilton, Jefferson and the History of What We Owe
01/21/09 Washington Irving: A History of New York, Presented by Elizabeth Bradley
01/20/09 Camilla Trinchieri reads from The Price of Silence
01/20/09 Laura Schenone reads from The Lost Ravioli Recipes of Hoboken: A Search for Food and Family
01/20/09 Justin Catanoso reads from My Cousin the Saint: A Search for Faith, Family, and Miracles
01/20/09 Carl Capotorto reads from Twisted Head: An Italian American Memoir
01/20/09 Gastropolis: Food and New York City' reading, reception and book signing
01/20/09 Listening to Women
01/12/09 Life on the Lower East Side, 1937-1950
01/06/09 PUBLIC ART NEW YORK
01/06/09 BIOGRAPHY OF A TENEMENT HOUSE IN NEW YORK CITY: An Architectural History of 97 Orchard Street
01/06/09 THE GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE: Poetry in Steel
01/06/09 THE CITY'S END: Two Centuries of Fantasies, Fears, and Premonitions of New York's Destruction
01/05/09 Lunar New Year Customs and Symbols
12/12/08 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: 101 Avenue A: Melting Pot to Hot Spot: A Panel Discussion
11/21/08 A HisHistory of The Staten Island Ferry
11/17/08 Catholicism, Race, and the Civil Rights Movement
11/17/08 Peter Quinn with Terry Golway: Struggles of Irish Catholics
11/12/08 Liberals, Conservatives, and Radicals in Catholic New York
11/11/08 The Hudson: America's River
11/10/08 When the City Celebrated Itself: 1948 NYC Golden Jubilee
11/05/08 Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: The Lost Waterfront: A Slide Lecture with Shelley Seccombe
10/27/08 Brooklyn Arts Council presents All Saints’ Day Ofrenda Dedication
10/27/08 Brooklyn Arts Council presents Mexican Days of the Dead and Chinese Ancestral Traditions: Day 1
10/27/08 Brooklyn Arts Council presents Mexican Days of the Dead and Chinese Ancestral Traditions: Day 1
10/21/08 The History and Future of the Upper West Side's Underground Waters
10/20/08 Artist Talk: Caleb Smith
10/17/08 Marilyn French with Jessica Valenti
10/17/08 Jay P. Dolan on The Irish Americans – New York edition
10/17/08 Catholics in New York with Terry Golway
10/17/08 A Living Lens: Photographs of Jewish Life from the Pages of the Forward
10/17/08 Circling My Mother with Mary Gordon
10/14/08 Labor, Landmarks and Literature Lecture Series
10/12/08 A Natural History of New York's City Wetlands
10/09/08 Greenwich Village in the 1960s: An Evening with Susan Rotolo
10/07/08 Mazalos: Kabbalistic Astrology in New York Synagogues
10/06/08 Demystifying Zoning
10/06/08 Demystifying Affordable Housing
10/06/08 Demystifying Zoning
10/06/08 Demystifying Affordable Housing
09/23/08 Getting It Right: From Historic Properties To Urban Landscapes
09/23/08 10th Annual Bill Susman Lecture Border crossings: Thinking about the International Brigaders before and after Spain
09/18/08 John Blatteau and Sandra Tatman on John F. Harbeson
09/18/08 The Architecture of William Lawrence Bottomley
09/17/08 Flatbush Neighborhood History Guide Book Launch
09/17/08 Barnet Schecter: "Evacuation Day"
09/17/08 Edwin G. Burrows' Forgotten Patriots: The Untold Story of American Prisoners During the Revolutionary War
09/17/08 Thomas Truxes on Defying Empire: Trading with the Enemy in Colonial New York
09/17/08 Robert Moses and the Modern City: A New Look
09/17/08 Robert Moses and the Modern City: A New Look
09/11/08 Positioning the City
09/11/08 Bums, Slummers and Swells - American Social Class, Popular Culture, and the Birth of the Lower East Side, 1825-1855
09/11/08 Bums, Slummers and Swells - American Social Class, Popular Culture, and the Birth of the Lower East Side, 1825-1855
09/11/08 How Nieuw Amsterdam Became New York
09/09/08 William Brown's African Theatre: A Lecture with Quiche Stone
09/08/08 Coney Island at the Crossroads
09/08/08 Coney Island: A Ride through History
09/08/08 Viewing Old York
09/08/08 Reading Old York
09/08/08 Trying Leviathan: The Nineteenth-Century New York Court Case That Put the Whale on Trial and Challeneged the Order of Nature
09/08/08 The City's End: Two Centuries of Fantasies, Fears, and Premonitions of New York's Destruction
09/08/08 Italian-Americans, Hell's Kitchen and Mario Puzo's
09/08/08 Our Corner - 34th and Fifth
09/08/08 Forgotten Patriots: The Untold Story of American Prisoners During the Revolutionary War
09/08/08 An evening with Best-Selling Author Julia Alvarez
09/03/08 A Living Lens: Photographs of Jewish Life from the Pages of the Forward
09/03/08 Peter Quinn on Banished Children of Eve, a novel of Civil War New York
09/03/08 Robert Moses and the Modern City: A New Look
09/03/08 Preservation in New York: A Panel Discussion
09/03/08 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: William Brown's African Theatre: A Lecture with Quiche Stone
09/02/08 The Great Date Debate
09/02/08 People v. Boyd: the Murder Trial that Nearly Redrew the Map of NYC
09/02/08 Panel Discussion on Preservation
08/20/08 Researching Genealogical Resources in Ireland Long-Distance
08/18/08 What Happened? A Roundtable Discussion on the 2008 Political Nominations
08/18/08 The High Line: Reviving New York’s Avant-Garde Architecture
08/18/08 In Memoriam: New York City, 9/11/01 – FILM
08/18/08 The Art of Ill Will: The Story of American Political Cartoons
08/18/08 Catholic Sisters and the Crisis in the Orders
07/17/08 Preservation In New York panel discussion
07/10/08 Celluloid Skyline: New York & the Movies with James Sanders
07/10/08 Preservation in New York panel discussion
07/09/08 Greening the Big Apple: a Natural History of the New York Megalopolis
06/23/08 Ed Koch in Conversation with Budd Mishkin
06/17/08 Anthony C. Wood, Preserving New York: Winning the Right to Protect a City's Landmarks
06/17/08 Nancy Rubin Stuart, The Muse of the Revolution: The Secret Pen of Mercy Otis Warren and the Founding of a Nation
06/17/08 James Kaplan: Highlights from the July 4th Candlelight Walking Tour
06/17/08 The Uncertain Revolution: Washington & the Continental Army at Morristown
06/11/08 The South Village: Birthplace of an American Immigrant Community
06/09/08 Preserving Local Retail: Screening, Presentation & Discussion
05/27/08 Engineering East Side Access
05/19/08 History of Bicycling in New York City
04/17/08 Death in an Angry Sea: One Hurricane, Eight Scows, Twelve Tugboats, and a Hundred Tons of Trash
04/17/08 The Caffe Cino : Greenwich Village's Countercultural Landmark
04/15/08 Saving and Praising the Past
04/15/08 Practice: A Culture of Order
04/15/08 Migrations and Meanings
04/15/08 BHS Town Hall Community Forum
04/14/08 Book Talk and Nature Walk
04/11/08 The Heart of the City: Grand Central Terminal and The Urban Railroad Station
04/11/08 Moynihan Station: What Needs to Happen Next?
04/11/08 World Class Train Stations
04/11/08 Learning from the Past: The Struggle to Build Penn Station
04/07/08 The Impact of Jewish Culture on Broadway Theatre
04/02/08 Transmitting Beauties of Nature to Elements of Decoration: The Glass Gardens of Louis C. Tiffany
04/01/08 The Heart of the City: Grand Central Terminal & The Urban Railroad Station
04/01/08 World-Class Train Stations
04/01/08 Learning From The Past: The Struggle to Build Penn Station
04/01/08 Re-Discovering Rail: The Smart, Green Alternative
03/31/08 A Covenant with Color: Race and Social Power in Brooklyn
03/26/08 Permitting Pushcarts: a live talk show about street vending and public space
03/25/08 Encounters: The Jewish Ghetto Meets Its Neighbors
03/18/08 Women’s Roles in Transportation
03/17/08 Preserving New York:
03/11/08 What's New in Transportation in New York City?
03/11/08 Symposium on Catholics in New York
03/11/08 Designing New York's Visual Identity
03/11/08 Governors Island: A Park for All New York
03/11/08 John & Yoko: A New York Love Story
03/11/08 New York and the Subprime Mortgage Crisis
03/11/08 The Future of Coney Island
03/11/08 Civic Talk: Judicial Reform In New York City
03/11/08 Gallery Talk: Under New York Skies
03/11/08 New York Poets on the Holocaust
03/11/08 Congressman Charles Rangel in Conversation with Jeff Greenfield
03/11/08 Christine C. Quinn in Conversation with Meryl Gordon
03/11/08 New York City's Efforts to Reduce Poverty Through Conditional Cash Transfer Programs: The Evaluation of Public Policies
03/10/08 Gramsci, Migration, and the Representation of Women at Work
03/04/08 Lecture: Alexander Hamilton and the National Triumph of New York City
03/04/08 Yeats in New York: Simon Loekle Presents 19th-Century Irish Poets
03/04/08 Anne Hutchinson: The Story of Her Life
03/04/08 Benedict Arnold & Aaron Burr: Ambitious Friends from the American Revolution
03/03/08 Recovering Community History: Puerto Ricans and African Americans in Postwar NYC
02/28/08 Metalworkers for a New Century
02/28/08 The Battle for Reason: 1968 and 2008 with Alan Wolfe and Michael Kazin
02/26/08 Reading - Yeats in New York by Simon Loekle
02/26/08 19th-C. Irish Poetry Reading: Yeats in New York - presented by Simon Loekle
02/25/08 Bond Street Reborn
02/25/08 Faces in Stone: Architectural Sculpture in New York City
02/25/08 The Earth Knows My Name: Food Culture, and Sustainability in the Gardens of Ethnic Americans
02/25/08 Lower East Side Stories: (returns) Tales of Your First NYC Apartment
02/25/08 Fortune Cookie Chronicles with Jennifer Lee
02/25/08 Richard Price
02/25/08 Joseph O'Connor Talks Irish History & Literature with Kevin Baker
02/25/08 Discussion with Irish Authors
02/25/08 Red: The Next Generation of American Writers - Teenage Girls on What Fires Up Their Lives Today
02/25/08 Book Discussion with Kate Ascher
02/25/08 Williamsburg Waterfront
02/20/08 A History of Population Increases in New York City
02/20/08 Preservation, Planning and Aesthetic Regulation in New York City
02/20/08 The Secret Cemeteries of Staten Island
02/20/08 The Irish of Staten Island
02/19/08 Lincoln at Cooper Union
02/19/08 It Takes a Village to Write Good History: The Creation of the Bronx African American History Project
02/19/08 Memorializing African American Places and Spaces
02/19/08 Libraries, Archives, and the Development of Popular Interest in Genealogy and Local History
02/19/08 The City as Primary Source: Walking Tours in Lower Manhattan
02/19/08 The Déjà Vu of Discovery: How Old Frontiers Shape New Ones in American History
02/19/08 New Research on America's Response to Nazism and the Holocaust
02/19/08 New Perspectives on Ethnicity, Identity, and College Access, 1850-1950
02/19/08 Richard Wright at 100: Looking Backward, Looking Forward
02/19/08 Everyday Life in 1920s Harlem
02/19/08 Was the Constitution a Proslavery Document? Teaching and Debating About Race in Public School Classrooms
02/19/08 Recovering History, Preservation, and Community Involvement: Local African American History on Long Island
02/19/08 The City Speaks: Stories and Collections from New York City Cultural Institutions
02/14/08 Recovering Community History: Puerto Ricans and African Americans in Postwar NYC
02/06/08 People v. Boyd, the Murder Trial that Nearly Redrew the Map of NYC
02/05/08 Getting It Right: From Historic Properties To Urban Landscapes
02/04/08 Urban Center Books Program: New York Architectural Competitions - Hani Rashid, Asymptote
02/04/08 The Great Urban Paradigm Shift: Robert Moses, Jane Jacobs, and West Village Houses , a lecture with Warren Shaw
02/01/08 Food Groups
01/28/08 A Discussion on the Relationship of George Washington and Lafayette
01/28/08 A Discussion on the History of the French in New York
01/28/08 Discussion of Ashcan artists Robert Henri and John Sloan
01/15/08 Rescuing Eldridge STreet
01/15/08 New York Calling: From Blackout to Bloomberg
01/15/08 Drawing Art and Politics: Jules Feiffer, David Levine, Stan Mack, and Edward Sorel
01/13/08 “Women in the (Vaudeville) House�
01/13/08 The Proper Decoration of Book Covers
01/10/08 Intimate Portraits: African Americans in the Antebellum South Village, a lecture with Gunja SenGupta
01/10/08 John Sloan's Greenwich Village
01/09/08 Rediscovering Jacob Riis: Exposure Journalism and Photography in Turn- of-the-Century New York
01/08/08 The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
01/04/08 Commodore: The Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt
12/19/07 I Speak of the City: Poems of New York
12/13/07 New York Neighborhoods/Development and Preservation: The Fate of the Far West Side
12/13/07 Forgotten Ellis Island: Film Screening
12/13/07 Civic Talk: Congestion Pricing (with New York Civic president Henry J. Stern)
12/13/07 Seeing Sloan's City
12/12/07 Civic Talk: Congestion Pricing
12/12/07 From Rags to Riches: An Evening of Stories from Garment Industry Manufacturers
12/12/07 Gotham History Blotter Reading and Book Signing
12/12/07 The Lights of Old Broadway: Theater in the Interwar Years
12/05/07 A Religious History of New York City
11/28/07 Preserving New York Slide Lecture by Anthony C. Wood
11/27/07 Hey Taxi!
11/27/07 The Philip V. Cannistraro Seminar Series in Italian American Studies
11/26/07 Writers on the Rooftop Author Series
11/26/07 Changing Perspectives on Preservation: A Panel Discussion
11/26/07 First Houses: A Monument of the Past, A Model for the Future
11/16/07 Lofty Pursuits: a live talk show with Sharon Zukin and Jed Walentas
11/12/07 Symposium: How the Jews Changed Broadway and Invented Hollywood
11/06/07 The World in a City: Panel Discussion and Book Signing with Joseph Berger, Gay Talese, and others
11/02/07 City of Gods: Religious Pluralism in Flushing, Queens
10/15/07 Our Little Italies: Past, Present, and Future
10/08/07 PUBLIC HOUSING THAT WORKED: NEW YORK IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
10/05/07 Dorothy Schiff and the New York Post
10/05/07 Ethnic Power in New and Old New York: the Irish, the Jews, and the Italians
10/02/07 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: Getting it Right: From Historic Properties to Urban Landscapes
10/02/07 The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Presents: Getting it Right: From Historic Properties to Urban Landscapes
10/01/07 Tracking Treasures: The Fine Art of Finding and Capturing Native Plants for Botanical Subjects
10/01/07 Food, Culture, and Sustainability in the Gardens of Ethnic Americans
09/30/07 Schools of Design for Women in Late Nineteenth-Century New York
09/30/07 Asserting Yourself in Men's Clothes: Cross-Dressing in the Comedies of Alice Guy Blaché, the First Woman Filmmaker
09/30/07 True to Nature: Thomas Cole and Asher B. Durand in the 1840s
09/28/07 Metalworkers for a New Century
09/28/07 New York City Housing Futures
09/28/07 The Nation: Politics at the Center of the Storm
09/28/07 The Suburban Option: Garden Apartments in 20th Century New York City
09/27/07 The Nation: Reflections from the Editor
09/27/07 The Piano: Hammer and Hands
09/27/07 Capitalist Castles
09/27/07 The Nation: Diary of a Mad Law Professor
09/27/07 Words on the Street: From the Sidewalk to the Sky
09/27/07 New York City Brownstones: Icons of a Great City
09/27/07 The Nation: Is Peace Possible?
09/27/07 Feminist New York
09/25/07 MHSA Symposium - Oral Histories, Conducting and Preserving Them
09/17/07 At the Edge of a Dream: Jewish Life on the Lower East Side
09/12/07 The Legacy of Jane Jacobs
09/12/07 Brooklyn Matters
09/12/07 Illuminating Coney Island
09/09/07 400 Years in Manhattan
08/23/07 Concrete Benefits: Design, Persuasion, and
08/08/07 New York Movie Palaces
08/08/07 Brooklyn: Where's it been? Where's it going?
08/08/07 Vittoria Repetto reads from Not Just A Personal Ad
08/06/07 Students for a Democratic Society: A Graphic History
08/06/07 Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? 75th Anniversary Celebration
08/06/07 New York Calling: From Blackout to Bloomberg
08/06/07 White, Ethnic New York: Jews, Catholics and the Shaping of Postwar Politics
08/06/07 Building Capitol: The Vernacular Architecture of the Garment District
08/06/07 Word and Deed: John Bowne and the Flushing Remonstrance
08/06/07 Taxi! A Social History of the New York City Cabdriver
07/19/07 What to do About the Weather: Historical Perspective on Climate Change
07/12/07 Free Speed Reading Workshop
07/03/07 A history of New York's wetlands
07/03/07 Breaking News: How the AP Has Covered New York
07/03/07 New York Murder Mystery Night
06/20/07 Book Talk
06/20/07 NYC Audubon Book Talk
06/20/07 Resistance: A Radical History of the Lower East Side
06/20/07 SLEUTHING ST. MICHAEL’S: Two Hundred Years and Continuing
06/18/07 The Fourth of July in New YOrk City
06/18/07 Quakers in Colonial New York
05/30/07 A Taste of History: Food Lover's Guide to the Lower East Side
05/26/07 spekarCUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Judith Kimerling, Queens College; Title: Oil, Law, and Sustainability in the Amazon Rainforest
05/26/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Deborah Balk, Baruch College; Title: The Rising Tide: Urban Population & Climate Change
05/26/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Frank Buonaiuto and Haydee Salmun, Hunter College; Title: New York Meets Nor'easters: Are Our Coasts Prepared?
05/26/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Cecilia McHugh, Queens College; Title: Glacial to Interglacial Depositional History of Western Long Island Sound, New York
05/26/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Michael Bobker, CUNY Institute for Urban Systems The Open Window: Getting to Energy Efficiency in Existing Buildings
05/26/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Michael Bobker, CUNY Institute for Urban Systems; Title: The Open Window: Getting to Energy Efficiency in Existing Buildings
05/26/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Michael Bobker, CUNY Institute for Urban Systems Title: The Open Window: Getting to Energy Efficiency in Existing Buildings
05/26/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Tria Case, Center for Sustainable Energy, Bronx Community College New York City's Renewable Energy Future
05/26/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island- Nicholas Coch, Queens College, Title: The Unique Vulnerability of the N.Y. / N.J. Metropolitan Region to Hurricane Damage - A New Perspective Based on Recent Research
05/26/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island
05/25/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Title: Gotham's Future Climate
05/25/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - William Solecki, Hunter College Environmental Change and Urban Sustainability - The Case of New York City
05/25/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Peter Marcotullio, Hunter College The Urban Environmental Transition: Understanding Changing Environmental Conditions in Cities
05/25/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Leonard Rodberg, Queens College Climate Change, Peak Oil, and our Energy Future?
05/25/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Stephen Pekar, Queens College, Title: Glaciers in Manhattan? Forests in Antarctica? Past Climate Change and What it Means for Us
05/25/07 CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series on Governors Island - Title: Gotham's Future Climate
05/21/07 WHO OWNS BROOKLYN? FROM FARMS TO BROWNSTONES
05/17/07 100 Years of Photographs from the Jewish Daily Forward
05/17/07 What Makes a Healthy Downtown?
05/15/07 Slide Lecture: "The Battle to Bind the Boroughs: The Consolidation of 1898
05/14/07 Walt Whitman: Calamus Poems
05/10/07 Barbara Mensch reading
05/01/07 Toxic Waste and Race
04/27/07 Screenwriting Workshop: Story Structure and Creative Explorations
04/27/07 Legal and Business Issues for Filmmakers
04/23/07 Practice of Lively Space: an evening with Atelier Bow-Wow and Martha Cooper
04/19/07 Atelier Bow-Wow Lecture
04/17/07 Recovering Ordinary New York in the Digital Age: How Social Historians Use the Archives
04/11/07 Summer of 1787 Author Appearance
04/09/07 “Una casa, due cucine: The Italian Immigrant Home with Two Kitchens in North America�
04/01/07 Academic Angles at the Eldridge Street Synagogue: Religion
04/01/07 Academic Angles: Yiddish Culture
04/01/07 Academic Angles: Politics
03/28/07 Dr. Carol Krinsky on Synagogue Architecture
03/15/07 This is What Representation Looks
03/15/07 Free Speed Reading Workshop
03/14/07 Remembrance of Synagogues Past: The Lost Civilization of the Jewish South Bronx
03/12/07 Mother's Day: Famous Women in New York City History
03/12/07 Gay Pride: From 1970 until Today. TheEmergence ofa New York Ethnic Group
03/12/07 TheCatholic Bicentennial: 200 Years of Catholic New York City
02/21/07 Left Bank New York, Artists Off Washington Square 1890s to 1920: A lecture with Virgina Budny
02/21/07 In the Footsteps of Jane Jacobs
02/21/07 ROBERT MOSES & THE MODERN CITY: Exhibition Tour
02/20/07 GVSHP presents: Restoring/Renovating Ironwork in a Landmark District
02/20/07 Restoring Ironwork in a Historic District
02/14/07 "Order and Authority in New Netherland or Was Peter Stuyvesant Such a Bad Guy?
02/14/07 General Charles Lee: Soldier, Scholar, Radical
02/07/07 Brooklyn on My Mind: A Frank Conversation
01/22/07 "Aesthetic Evangelists," American Women and the Artistic Home
01/22/07 "Fleas at the Metropolitan Opera!" Scandal and Gossip in Victorian New York
01/22/07 Left Bank New York, Artists off Washington Square 1890s to 1920
01/22/07 Bound for Freedom: Inventing the Underground Railroad in 19th-Century New York
01/17/07 Thinking Inside the Box
01/17/07 Reclaiming a Resource: The Threatened Nature of the East River
01/16/07 Mat Johnson presents The Great Negro Plot
01/10/07 Governors Island Park Design Forum
01/10/07 First Houses—A Monument Of The Past—A Model For The Future?
01/10/07 La Grange Terrace: A slide lecture with Thomas Gordon Smith
01/10/07 First Houses—A Monument Of The Past—A Model For The Future?:
01/10/07 La Grange Terrace: A slide lecture with Thomas Gordon Smith
01/05/07 "ARE THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE PAST TO FADE INTO OBLIVION?": ANDREW H. GREEN AND THE EMERGING HISTORIC PRESERVATION MOVEMENT
12/27/06 The Philip V. Cannistraro Seminar Series in Italian American Studies
12/27/06 The Philip V. Cannistraro Seminar Series in Italian American Studies
12/27/06 The Philip V. Cannistraro Seminar Series in Italian American Studies
12/14/06 Book Talk - Betsy McCully, City at the Water's Edge
12/14/06 Underground Adventure
12/14/06 Seaport Book Club
12/07/06 People and Buildings: The Suburb in the City
12/05/06 Restoring the Landmark Skyscrapers: The Chrysler & Empire State Bldgs
12/05/06 Impresarios & Their Theaters
12/04/06 THE COOPER UNION BUILDING & ARCHITECTURAL TERRA COTTA IN THE 1850S
12/04/06 The Politics of Urban Beauty: NY & Its Art Commission
11/28/06 Missing Links Along the East River
11/27/06 Picturing the City: Urban Vision and the Ashcan School
11/15/06 Practical History
11/13/06 A Tribute to Andrew H. Green, NYC’s Forgotten Civic Giant
11/10/06 Young Writers Write the Immigrant Experience
11/09/06 Practices of Encroachment, a talk by Teddy Cruz
10/27/06 The Dutch in New Amsterdam: A lecture by Jaap Jacobs
10/18/06 Book Talk: Walt Whitman and the Culture of American Celebrity
10/18/06 Book Talk: Emancipating New York
10/18/06 The 100 Greatest Days in New York Sports at "Writers on the Rooftop"
10/17/06 The 100 Greatest Days in New York Sports
10/17/06 The 100 Greatest Days in New York Sports
10/17/06 The 100 Greatest Days in New York Sports
10/17/06 The 100 Greatest Days in New York Sports
10/13/06 Life on the Lower East Side: Photographs by Rebecca Lepkoff, 1937-1950
10/13/06 Up is Up, But So Is Down: New York's Downtown Literary Scene, 1974-1992
10/13/06 New York: Gangster City
09/28/06 BEFORE THE GREAT WHITE WAY
09/28/06 THE ART AND ARTISANS OF ROCKEFELLER CENTER
09/26/06 Divine Flushing
09/12/06 Book Talk - John Wasik presents Merchant of Power
09/12/06 Book Talk - Bruce Chadwick presents General and Mrs. Washington
09/11/06 Generations of Modernism
09/11/06 The Photography of Robert Otter:
08/16/06 Book Talk - Erik Calonius presents The Wanderer
08/01/06 The King of Mulberry Street
08/01/06 Inventing Little Italy
07/31/06 "Inventing Little Italy"
07/20/06 Book Talk: Jean Zimmerman presents The Women of the House
07/20/06 Book Talk: Alex F. Lechich presents A Storm in the Port
07/11/06 JAY GOULD & HIS NEW YORK
07/06/06 Lecture by Edward J. Renehan Jr. on "Jay G
06/26/06 SHELTER
06/01/06 Bards to Save St. Brigid's, the Famine Church in New York
05/16/06 Cesare Marino and Karim M. Tiro present Along the Hudson and Mohawk (book talk)
05/15/06 New York and the Civil War
04/27/06 Red Hook's Last Dry Dock
04/26/06 "The World of Tomorrow"- The1939/1940 New York World's Fair with historian, Pierre Montiel
04/26/06 The 9-11 Memorials at Ground Zero: Sacred Space and Public Memory
04/26/06 Pictures of the Past
04/26/06 The Joy of Genealogy
04/26/06 Jay Gould, Jim Fisk, and the Great Gold Corner of 1869
04/26/06 Shelter
04/26/06 May Bird Walk in Central Park's Ramble: Rain or Shine
04/26/06 How Fires Changed New York City Architecture:
04/26/06 African Americans Reflect on Booker T. Washington
04/26/06 Constructing the Past: Edward Lamson Henry's Historical Fictions
04/26/06 Nature and the American Vision: Gallery Talk/Central Park Walk
04/26/06 Ben Franklin and His Education: Creating Oneself
04/26/06 NARA's Online Genealogical Resources
04/26/06 New York Night: The Mystique and Its History
04/26/06 Out of Fire and Valor: The Art of Memory
04/26/06 Group Dynamics: Symposium
04/26/06 Introduction to NARA's Genealogical Resources
04/18/06 Voices from El Barrio
04/18/06 Mexican Immigrant History
04/18/06 Intergenerational Celebration
04/18/06 The Irish in America
04/18/06 Inheriting the City: Children on Immigrants
04/10/06 New York Book Club
04/07/06 Realms of History: The Cemeteries of Staten Island book signing
04/03/06 A Brass Menagerie: Metalwork of the Aesthetic Movement
04/01/06 POST POST MODERN - a visual conversation
03/29/06 A Fresh Look at the Civil War Draft Riots in New York City
03/29/06 The Frank Lloyd Wright Plan for St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery
03/29/06 Dr. Faustus: Occult Remix
03/28/06 "Out of Fire & Valor,"
03/24/06 St. Patrick's Old Cathedral
03/07/06 Artist Access: Healthcare Initiative for NYC Artists
03/06/06 "Windows of Opportunity: Store-front Businesses in Nineteenth Century Brooklyn"
02/24/06 "It Was I Who Did It";Spies, Sabotuers,Courriers and Other Herioines of the American Revolution
02/24/06 "It Was I Who Did It";Spies, Sabotuers,Courriers and Other Herioines of the American Revolution
02/23/06 Italian Women of the South Village, 1900-1950: A lecture by historian Miriam Cohen
02/23/06 Italian Women of the South Village, 1900-1950: A lecture by historian Miriam Cohen
02/13/06 Keeping the Faith in Brooklyn-The Beginnings of the Jewish Community in the City of Churches
02/03/06 "Carlo Tresca: Portrait of a Rebel"/The Philip V. Cannistraro Seminar Series in Italian American Studies
02/03/06 St. Ann of Brooklyn - Ann Ayscough Sands, 1762-1851
01/24/06 BAC Folk Arts presents- Dance in Diaspora
01/24/06 BAC Seminar- Making Art Work
01/24/06 Torchlight Tour: Explore the preserved ruins of the Fulton Ferry Hotel
01/24/06 Book Talk: Barnet Schecter presents The Devil’s Own Work: The Civil War Draft Riots and the Fight to Reconstruct America
01/19/06 REMEMBERING (& FORGETTING) ANDREW H GREEN, THE MAN WHO TRANSFORMED NEW YORK INTO A WORLD-CLASS CITY
01/11/06 Barnet Schecter at Brooklyn Historical Society
01/09/06 John Adams: Party of One
01/09/06 Uncovering, Discovering and Recovering: What Happened to the History of Slavery in New York?
01/09/06 The Enduring Legacy of Slavery
01/09/06 Voices from the Dark Side of Freedom: A Musical Evening with “Just Friends�
01/03/06 The Jews of Sing-Sing
12/02/05 ZERO CULTURE
11/16/05 THE INFLUENCE OF LITERACY IN THE STRUGGLE FOR BLACK EMANCIPATION
11/14/05 RUBBLE: UNEARTHING THE HISTORY OF DEMOLITION
11/11/05 CAN GROWTH WORK FOR NY'S COMMUNITIES? COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE & THE CITY'S FUTURE
11/11/05 NY's Terra Cotta Skyline
11/11/05 MANHATTAN
11/10/05 John Brown, Abolitionist: The Man Who Killed Slavery, Sparked the Civil War, and Seeded Civil Rights
11/10/05 Our Sisters Crushed and Abused: Gender and Religion in the Antislavery Movement
11/02/05 Why They Fought: Perspectives on the Civil War
10/31/05 The African Burial Ground: Studying the Early African Americans in New York
10/31/05 Uncovering, Discovering and Recovering: What Happened to the History of Slavery in New York?
10/20/05 Big Box Boom & Bust
10/18/05 Past Times and The New York Times
10/18/05 The Jewels in the Crown
10/14/05 New York Burning, Slavery and Conspiracy in an Eighteenth Century City
10/14/05 Slavery in the Americas, Slavery in New York
09/24/05 100 Years of Unsolved Murder in New York
09/23/05 Edward Hopper, New York Artist
09/23/05 The Streetcars of Greenwich Village
09/23/05 A Century of Steam as the Engine of growth in New York City
09/23/05 The Jewels in the Crown
09/23/05 Green Architecture and the New Environmentalism: Identity in Density
09/22/05 BENDS IN THE ROAD: LOOKING FORWARD AND BACK ALONG NEW YORK’S GRAND CONCOURSE
09/20/05 dreamland or nigntmare? the future development of coney island and its community
09/12/05 Buried in NY: Preserving Historic Cemeteries
08/22/05 Froms Boards to Building
08/22/05 Marking Time on the Bowery: The Street and its History
08/22/05 Reinventing Housing
08/15/05 What Comes After: Cities, Art and Recovery
08/08/05 Art of Memory/ Art of Memorial seminar
07/27/05 Lost Futures of Governors Island
07/08/05 Henry Clay Steamboat Disaster
06/26/05 100 Years of Unsolved Murder in New York
06/26/05 Unsolved Murder in New York City
06/09/05 Giuliani's New York
06/07/05 The Geography of New York
06/07/05 The Geography of New York
06/07/05 The Geography of New York
06/01/05 Book Talk: David Poyer presents That Anvil of Our Souls: A Novel of the Monitor and the Merrimack
06/01/05 Marathon Reading: Walt Whitman’s “Song of Myself”
06/01/05 Reforming Albany: Can Competitve Elections Make for A Better Legislature?
06/01/05 Darren Staloff presents Hamilton, Jefferson and Adams: The Politics of Enlightenment and the American Founding
06/01/05 David S. Reynolds presents Walt Whitman: Lives and Legacies
06/01/05 Vijay Seshadri presents The Long Meadow: Poems
06/01/05 Thomas Edison and the History of Recorded Sound
06/01/05 Book Talk: Peter Coviello discusses Whitman’s Memoranda During the War
05/31/05 Making History: The Story of The Bronx
05/17/05 The Mannahatta Project: Reconstructing the Ecology of Manhattan Island in 1609 and Implications for Ecology Today
05/10/05 Burlesque and Theater History
05/03/05 THE MAN WHO INVENTED FIFTH AVENUE: A SLIDE LECTURE
04/29/05 Remembrance and Interpretation
04/26/05 The Development of the New York City Subway System
04/26/05 Riders and the Rebirth of City Transit: 25 Years of Advocacy by the New York Public Interest Group (NYPIRG) Straphangers Campaign
04/21/05 The Island at the Center of the World
04/20/05 The Birth of New York City: Our Legacy from the Dutch
04/11/05 Annual Gouvernor Morris Lecture of the Bronx County Historical Society
04/07/05 Harlem: Lost and Found
04/05/05 Yiddish Writers Today: reading and discussion
04/05/05 SHOW ME THE MONEY! Fiscal Equity and Urban Schooling
03/31/05 Show Me The Money: Fiscal Equity and Urban Education
03/30/05 Mega Cities
03/28/05 Bridges of Central Park
03/28/05 Continuing the Vision: Meeting the Service Demands of New York's First Subway
03/28/05 Medals and Tokens of the New York City Subways
03/25/05 Free Lecture--The Reluctant Spiritualist
03/17/05 We Honor Shirley Chisholm
03/17/05 commitment + policy/design = community :::: Policy and Design for Housing Lessons of the NYS Urban Development Corporation 1968-1975
03/11/05 Edward J. Renehan Jr. Lecture on Jay Gould
03/11/05 Oral History as Resistance: A Conversation with Michael Riordon
03/11/05 Making Stories Matter: A Conversation with Michael Riordon
03/11/05 Making Stories Matter: A Conversation with Michael Riordon
03/11/05 Making Stories Matter: A Conversation with Michael Riordon
03/11/05 New york Under Construction: What Difference Do Unions Make?
03/03/05 Unraveling the Mystery of Paterson's Italian Anarchist Community on the wake of the red Scare
03/02/05 Pete Hamill on Downtown
03/02/05 Madame CJ Walker: The Lady Beneath the Legend
02/07/05 Looking at Architecture with an Architect's Eye
02/07/05 Reading Between the Lines: Four American Books on War
02/01/05 Mike Davis - 2005 Lewis Mumford Lecture
01/31/05 Big Plans for Parks and Public Amenities, Then and Now: the Legacy and the Lessons
01/26/05 Lead in the Urban Environment: "Building" a Childhood Crisis
01/21/05 Can China and Japan Avoid Confrontation?
01/21/05 The Once and Future Fight for the Freedom To Marry
01/21/05 Africa's Governance Gap
01/21/05 The Way Home: An Evening with Ernestine Schlant Bradley
01/21/05 How Nuclear Terrorism Still Threatens the World
01/21/05 Diane Arbus: Her Influential Legacy
01/21/05 A Left Turn in Latin America
01/21/05 Putin's Russia - The Human Rights Record
01/21/05 Finding an Exit From Iraq
01/21/05 Volunteering in New York
01/18/05 OHNY: Glass House
01/14/05 Changing New York
01/14/05 Flushing Meadows: Wetlands, Garbage and a World's Fair
01/14/05 Great Fortune: The Epic of Rockefeller Center
01/14/05 Art Deco Defined
01/14/05 Talk of The Town
01/14/05 Culture and The New Yorker
01/14/05 The New Yorker Eighty Years On
01/14/05 What Difference do Unions Make?
01/14/05 "Water Works: The Architecture & Engineering of the New York City Water Supply System"
12/15/04 Unsung Urbanist: Robert C. Weinberg New Yorker Behind the Scenes
12/08/04 Touring Gotham's Archaeological Past
12/03/04 "The Development of the New York City Subway System"
12/03/04 "he Development of the New York City Subway System"
11/18/04 New York Changing
11/17/04 Radicals in the Bronx Calendar
10/31/04 Herman Melville and Moby Dick
10/31/04 Kevin Baker: Paradise Alley
10/29/04 Trial by Fire: The Pathé Studio Fire of 1929 and the End of the Decade that Roared
10/14/04 The Public Critic reflections on AJ Liebling
10/08/04 Rare and Historic Greenwich Village Maps: An Exclusive Showing
09/29/04 Memories of Morrisania
09/28/04 Times Square on Film
09/28/04 100 Years of the New York Subway: A Look Back and A Look to the Future
09/28/04 The 1964/65 New York World's Fair: Fortieth Anniversary
09/28/04 The Bronx
09/28/04 New York Underground
09/28/04 The East Village on Film
09/25/04
09/25/04 Lecture on Literary Naturalist John Burroughs (1837-1921)
09/25/04 Lecture on Literary Naturalist John Burroughs (1837-1921)
09/24/04 Politics and The New Yorker
09/24/04 Newly Remembered: The Surprising Impact of German America, A celebration of German-American Culture in New York City
09/22/04 Subway Style: A Centennial Celebration
09/22/04 The Bridges of New York City
09/22/04 The New Yorker and Cartoons
09/22/04 135 Billion Passengers: The Story of the MTA New York City Subway
09/21/04 135 Billion Passengers: The Story of the MTA New York City Subway
09/15/04 Hands-on History via Neighborhood Landscapes
09/10/04 Free Lecture to Expose Gotham's Forgotten City Builder
09/10/04 Book Talk: Judith L. Van Buskirk presents GENEROUS ENEMIES: PATRIOTS AND ENEMIES IN REVOLUTIONARY NEW YORK
09/10/04 Book Talk: John Ferling presents ADAMS VS. JEFFERSON
09/10/04 Farewell to Fulton Fish Market
09/08/04 NEW YORK CITY AND BROOKLYN FROM DUTCH DAYS TO CONSOLIDATION/Lecture #1, with architectural historian Francis Morrone
09/08/04 GREATER NEW YORK SINCE 1898/Lecture #2, with architectural historian Francis Morrone
09/07/04 INVESTIGATING WHERE WE LIVE: THE PROGRAM AND THE EXHIBIT
08/30/04 Seminar Series in Italian American Studies
08/30/04 Gil Fagiani reads from Crossing 116th Street: A Blanquito in El Barrio
08/30/04 The 1920 Wall Street Explosion: Terrorism and Italian Anarchism in the Era
07/15/04 Gotham Gazette book club meeting
06/17/04 The History of Central Park With Author Elizabeth Blackmar
06/16/04 New York's Next Great Place
06/16/04 Robert Moses & the Building of NY's Parkways & Bridges
06/16/04 Woodlawn Cemetery Notables
06/10/04 General Parsons:The Renaissance Man
06/08/04 From Abyssinian to Zion: Photographs of Manhattan's Houses of Worship by David Dunlap
06/02/04 a public forum entitled “A Civic Conversation: Developing Manhattan’s Far West Side”
06/02/04 A Civic Conversation: Developing Manhattan’s Far West Side
05/04/04 The Past, Present and Future of the Office Skyscraper A Lecture by Jane Jacobs
05/03/04 OHNY Talk: New York's Forgotten Substations
04/29/04 The Development of the New York City Subway System
04/28/04 The New York City Subway Centennial Adventures in the World Beneath New York
04/22/04 Secrecy and the American Experience
04/19/04 Food Consumption, Topographies of Taste, and Ethnic Identity in Italian
04/15/04 Saving Coney Island
04/15/04 Tunneling to the Future-The Story of the Great Subway Expansion That Saved New York
04/13/04 History of the Neighborhood Public Library
04/13/04 Manhattanville Hidden in Plain Sight
04/13/04 The Original Native New Yorkers
04/12/04 Home Sewn: Three Centuries of Stitching History Demonstration
04/09/04 Restarting NYC's Economic Engine:Tapping the Economic Potential of the City's Academic Research Institutions
03/31/04 Artisans and Builders of 19th Century New York: Stonecutters Riot
03/31/04 Photovoltaics in New York City - Understanding the Potential and the Reality
03/31/04 Illustrated Lecture: SoHo’s Cast Iron Historic District and the Modern Skyscraper
03/31/04 HIGH STEEL: THE DARING MEN WHO BUILT THE WORLD’S GREATEST SKYLINE
03/23/04 Medals and Tokens of the New York City Subway
03/23/04 General Parsons: The Renaissance Man
03/23/04 Evolution of Tunneling in New York City.
03/23/04 THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEW YORK CITY SUBWAY SYSTEM
03/23/04 Meet the Writer: A CENTURY OF SUBWAYS
03/17/04 The Olympic Games
03/17/04 Brooklyn...The Inner Borough is Booming
03/17/04 Cities Without Citizens
03/17/04 "The Devil's Playground:" A Century of Pleasure and Profit in Times Square
03/16/04 Artisans and Builders of 19th Century New York: Stonecutters' Riot Lecture with Daniel Walkowitz
03/16/04 Triangle: The Fire That Changed America
03/09/04 Cities Transformed:Demographic Change and its Implications in the Developing World
03/09/04 GLOBAL METROPOLITAN FUTURES: ANTICIPATING NEW YORK, BARCELONA AND BUENOS AIRES 2050
03/09/04 Memory and the City: European and American Approaches to Living with the Past
03/08/04 Book Talk: Russell Shorto presents The Island at the Center of the World
03/08/04 Slide Lecture: Diane Dallal presents “Digging New York”
03/08/04 Book Talk: Rats!
03/08/04 Walt Whitman: Poet and Printer
03/08/04 Walking Tour: Dutch Nieuw Amsterdam
03/04/04 MEMORY AND THE CITY: EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN APPROACHES TO LIVING WITH THE PAST
02/27/04 Restarting NYC's Economic Engine: Tapping the Economic Potential of the City's Immigrant Entrepreneurs
02/25/04 THE EVOLUTION OF URBAN CAPITAL CITIES IN EUROPE AND AMERICA
02/25/04 URBAN GENEALOGY: AN INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCHING BUILDINGS IN NEW YORK CITY
02/20/04 Subwayland: Adventures in the World Beneath New York
02/20/04 The Making of Modern New York: Puerto Rican Architects and Their Contributions to New York
02/20/04 Book Launch and Signing for Waterfront: A Journey Around Manhattan
02/20/04 THE FIRST US/UK ARCHITECTS' INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
02/20/04 THE FIRST US/UK ARCHITECTS' INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
02/18/04 Restarting NYC's Economic Engine: Tapping the Economic Potential of the City's Immigrant Entrepreneurs
02/10/04 Living Newspapers and Circum-Atlantic Performance in 1930s New York
02/10/04 Blue Links for Your Waterfront
02/09/04 In the Heart and on the Street
02/09/04 Broadway Boogie Woogie: Damon Runyon and the Making of NYC Culture
02/09/04 Waterfront: A Journey Around Manhattan
02/09/04 New York Food on Film
02/09/04 The Island at the Center of the World: The Epic Story of Dutch Manhattan, the Forgotten Colony that Shaped America with author Russell Shorto
02/09/04 Brooklyn Works!
02/05/04 The Making of the Modern New York
02/04/04 Infrastructure: Illuminating The Forgotten Urban Landscape
02/04/04 Sandy Ground Memories
02/04/04 The Garment Workers' NY: Ethnicity, Class & Gender in Progressive Era NY
02/04/04 Caribbean Americans in NYC, 1895-1975
02/04/04 The History & Culture of African Americans in Queens: 1884-2004
02/04/04 100 PCC Cars Ran in Brooklyn
02/04/04 Gangs and Society: Alternative Perspectives and The Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation: Street Politics and the Transformation of a New York City Gang Book Launch
02/04/04 African Lives on Brooklyn's Dutch Farms
02/04/04 Subwayland: Adventures in the World Beneath NY
02/03/04 Images of East Harlem
02/02/04 Seminar Series in Italian American Studies: "Living Newspapers and Circum-Atlantic Performance in 1930s New York"
02/02/04 WOMEN IN NEW YORK POLITICS - PAST AND PRESENT
01/28/04 Forgotten Renwick
01/26/04 Arts and Culture in Lower Manhattan, Giving Visual Artists a Planning Voice
01/22/04 BACKYARDS AND BIG PLANS:BUILDING 21ST CENTURY NEW YORK
01/22/04 Las Casitas: The Puerto Rican Catholic Experience in New York
01/22/04 Catholic Diversity in New York: A Community of Saints
01/21/04 NYU Urban Seminar Presents: David Halle
01/14/04 NEW YORK'S FORGOTTEN SUBSTATIONS
01/14/04 Great Fortune: The Epic of Rockefeller Center
01/14/04 Identity in Density
01/14/04 Big & Green: Toward Sustainable Architecture in the 21st Century
01/13/04 JAZZ ON THE UPPER WEST SIDE
01/13/04 The Silk Road in King's County
01/07/04 NYC & the Civil War
01/07/04 THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING SAFETY NET: Welfare Reform - What is Happening to Services?
01/07/04 THE MANY LANGUAGES OF POVERTY: Immigrant Family Services in NYC
01/07/04 NY'S ECONOMIC FUTURE: A Strategic Discussion About How to Grow the City's Economy
01/07/04 THE JEWISH EAST SIDE: From East B’way to East Harlem
01/07/04 BEYOND LIGHT & AIR: Zoning as a Tool of Social & Economic Reform
01/07/04 What's Wrong with the NYC [Building] Code?
01/07/04 Future Modern Architecture
01/07/04 MARIMEKKO VILLAGE: Utopian Dreams from 1960s Finland
01/07/04 The State of the City
01/05/04 New York's Public Baths Presented by Joyce Mendelsohn.
01/05/04 The Garment Workers' New York: Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in Progressive Era New York
01/05/04 New York's Public Baths
01/05/04 The Jewish East Side: From East Broadway to East Harlem
12/15/03 history of jazz on the Upper West Side
12/15/03 Gallery Talk: African Art and Social Structure with the Museum for African Art
12/15/03 Gallery Talk: Representing the African-American Experience
12/15/03 Panel Discussion: The Reparations Debate
12/11/03 New York's Economic Future: A Strategic Discussion About How to Grow the City's Economy
12/02/03 NYU Urban Seminar Series: John Joe Schlichtman
11/19/03 Alternate West Side Visions
11/18/03 Olympic Plan: Green Visions for NYC2012
11/18/03 How to Green Ground Zero - Green Roofs and Stormwater
11/18/03 HEAR AND SEE VISION42: REMAKING 42ND ST. FOR 500,000 PEDESTRIANS
11/17/03 A Luminous Art
11/14/03 NYU Urban Studies Seminar presents David Grazian
11/11/03 Panel Discussion: African-American Life in 19th Century New York
11/11/03 Book Talk: Francis D. Adams and Barry Sanders present ALIENABLE RIGHTS
11/10/03 DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS-Phillip Lopate
11/10/03 MCKIM, MEAD, & WHITE - THE MASTERWORKS
11/10/03 DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS--PETE HAMILL
11/09/03 New York City's "Utopian" Communities
11/04/03 NYU Urban Studies Seminar Presents Adrian LeBlanc
11/03/03 Lost Prophet: The Life and Times of Bayard Rustin
10/27/03 Lecture: Michael Gomez explores the history of African identity formation
10/23/03 HOW DIFFERENT AGENCIES INTERACT
10/23/03 INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS): FROM THE COMPUTER TO THE REAL WORLD
10/23/03 Book Talk: FRANZ LIDZ presents GHOSTY MEN
10/23/03 WHAT USES AND SIGNS ARE PERMITTED WHERE
10/21/03 Matt Postal. GUIDE TO NEW YORK CITY LANDMARKS
10/21/03 NYU Urban Seminar presents: Gerald Frug
10/21/03 Dan Okrent, GREAT FORTUNE: The Epic of Rockefeller Center
10/21/03 Robert A. McCaughey, STAND, COLUMBIA: A History of Columbia University
10/21/03 L.B. Deyo & David
10/21/03 Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk: The New Civic Art: Elements of Town Planning
10/21/03 Charles Lockwood, Bricks and Brownstone: The New York Row House 1783-1929
10/15/03 The Gangs of New York and the City they Lived In
10/14/03 The truth behind “Butcher Bill”
10/14/03 Modernism in New York City Architecture
10/14/03 CITIES OF DESTINY
10/11/03 The Life and Times of James Thurber
10/11/03 Birth of the Public Libraries
10/09/03 Rediscovering Andrew Haswell Green, New York City's Original Power Broker
10/07/03 Charles Lockwood, Bricks and Brownstone: The New York Row House 1783-1929
10/07/03 Edward Sullivan on the political history of the Upper West Side
10/07/03 NYU Urban Studies Seminar Presents: Thomas Bender
10/06/03 The Algonquin Round Table Relives
10/03/03 Building Central Park
09/25/03 The NYU Urban Studies Seminar presents Setha Low
09/25/03 Sweatshop, USA
09/22/03 "7th Street"
09/22/03 Gotham in the Second World War
09/22/03 The Brooklyn Film
09/22/03 Shopping in NYC
09/10/03 Lecture: Dr Sherrill D. Wilson
09/10/03 Book Talk: FRANZ LIDZ presents GHOSTY MEN
09/10/03 Book Talk: EDWARD P. JONES presents THE KNOWN WORLD
09/10/03 Lecture: Encounters – Africans in New Amsterdam and Early New York
09/02/03 Triangle: The Fire that Changed America
09/02/03 The Great Mayor: The Life of Fiorello LaGuardia
09/02/03 We Took the Streets: Fighting for Latino Rights with the Young Lords
08/29/03 DECODING ZONING WITH ZONING CONSULTANT DORIS DIETHER
08/19/03 Restorative Justice: A Transformative Approach to Criminal Justice
08/19/03 Tunneling to the Future-The Story of the Great Subway Expansion that Saved New York
08/19/03 Random Family: Love, Drugs, Trouble, and Coming of Age in the Bronx
07/25/03 Ear*Inn*Virons: History of the Landmark James Brown House
07/22/03 "Becoming Americans, Becoming New Yorkers: Children of the 'New' Immigrants Come of Age"
07/17/03 In Manhattan's Shadow: The Challenges Facing Brooklyn's Economy
07/17/03 The Children of the New Immigrants Come of Age
06/20/03 BOOK TALK - David Hajdu: "Positively Fourth Street: The Lives and Times of Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Mimi Baez Farina and Richard Farina"
06/17/03 The Growth of Chinese Communities in
06/10/03 Ship Ablaze: The Tragedy of the Steamboat General Slocum
06/06/03 HISTORIC JACKSON HEIGHTS WEEKEND, Queens.
05/30/03 "UNDER THE BILTMORE CLOCK"
05/30/03 ROARING INTO THE TWENTIES
05/30/03 PRIVATIZATION OF WATER, FROM JOHANNESBURG TO JERSEY CITY
05/30/03 SHIP ABLAZE: THE STORY OF THE GENERAL SLOCUM
05/30/03 FOREVER: Book Talk with Pete Hamill
05/30/03 FAREWELL TO MODEL T AND FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA Book Launch
05/30/03 THE LIFE AND WORK OF E. B. WHITE
05/30/03 E. B. WHITE CELEBRATION
05/27/03 On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker
05/27/03 IRISH IN AMERICA
05/27/03 PUERTO RICAN POLITICS IN THE U.S.:
05/27/03 Civil Rights in Post-War NYC: Book Talk and Signing by Martha Biondi
05/16/03 Emery Roth & Sons: The Builders' Architect
05/16/03 Rediscovering THE STORY OF MY LIFE, by HELEN KELLER
05/16/03 The White House Years: White House Insiders and the Books They Write
05/16/03 Beauty for Ashes: The Story of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park
05/16/03 Modernism in Greenwich Village
05/15/03 WATERWORKS: A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY THROUGH
05/14/03 HARLEM: THE (UN) MAKING OF A BLACK CULTURAL MECCA?
05/13/03 The New Harlem Renaissance: Fact or Fiction?
05/13/03 The New Harlem Renaissance: Fact or Fiction?
05/06/03 Central Park: An American Masterpiece
05/02/03 DECODING ZONING WITH ZONING CONSULTANT DORIS DIETHER
05/02/03 DECODING ZONING WITH ZONING CONSULTANT DORIS DIETHER
05/01/03 Harlem Lost and Found: An Architectural and Social History
05/01/03 Impact of Race, Culture and Theatre
04/29/03 African Burial Ground Fall Educators Symposium
04/29/03 WORKFORCE FOR HIRE -- Day Labor in New York City
04/29/03 "Capital City" -- A New Book by Tom Kessner
04/29/03 Italian Americans and Early Rock and Roll
04/29/03 African Burial Ground Spring Educators Symposium
04/23/03 Ray Gastil: Beyond the Waterfront
04/22/03 Arts and Letters: Stanley Greenberg
04/22/03 Anthony Tung: Preserving the World's Great Cities
04/22/03 Arts and Letters: Philip Gourevitch
04/22/03 Arts and Letters: Diana Preston
04/22/03 Arts and Letters: John Griesemer
04/22/03 Arts and Letters: Thomas Kessner
04/22/03 Arts and Letters: Buckner F. Melton, Jr.
04/17/03 Gotham Restored: The Preservation of Monumental New York
04/16/03 Freedomland: Weeksville and the Development of Free Black Communities in 19th C New York
04/01/03 The Puerto Rican/Hispanic Genealogical Society and The Hispanic Genealogical Society of New York.
03/25/03 Recent Historical Scholarship on Harlem
03/14/03 The New Immigrants & the Old American Project
03/14/03 More than Bricks and Mortar: Public Libraries and Greater New York, 1890-1920
03/11/03 The City as the Airport: How Security Changes Urban Ways of Life
03/07/03 Anticipating New York 2050
03/07/03 MODERN ARCHITECTURE IN CUBA
02/25/03 Water for Gotham: gallery and book talk
02/25/03 Lecturer Frank Mort: Fantasies of Metropolitan Life: Planning London in the 1940's
02/25/03 Frank Mort, Lecturer: Fantasies of Metropolitan Life: Planning London in the 1940's
02/20/03 CITY COUNCIL BUDGET HEARING
02/14/03 At the Crossroads: Italian Women, Race, and Urban
02/14/03 "Rezoning NYC's Industrial Waterfronts: Job Displacement or An Opportunity to Solve the Housing Crisis?"
02/13/03 Al Smith And The Rise Of Irish America
02/08/03 Manhattanville: Old Heart of West Harlem.
02/04/03 New York and the Movies: Exploring the Dream City
02/01/03 New York's Fiscal Crisis, Then and Now
01/30/03 Mayor Bloomberg's 5-Year Housing Plan
01/30/03 Citizens Housing and Planning Council Annual Meeting
01/28/03 The City's Outdoor Museum
01/25/03 20th Century Gangs of NY
01/15/03 At the Crossroads: Italian Women, Race, and Urban Politics in New York City, 1930-1950
01/15/03 Bronx Miracle: Joseph Vitolo, Jr., Our Lady of the Universe, and Roman Catholic Devotion
01/14/03 "Helena Modjeska, 'Queen of Dramatic Art'" Lecture by Sally Buchanan Kinsey, Professor Emerita, Syracuse University
01/14/03 "The Corset" Lecture by Valerie Steele, Chief Curator and Acting Director, Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology
01/14/03 "Bringing Books to the People: The Growth of New York's Public Library System" Lecture by Jeffrey A. Kroessler, Historian
01/14/03 "Reviving a Revival: Victorian Ceramic Wall and Floor Tiles, Their History, Utility and Restoration" Lecture by David Malkin
01/13/03 Color & Pattern: Uncovering Decorative Legacies Decorative Paint Restorations @ Central Synagogue & Congregation Shearith Israel
01/13/03 Community Facilities Reform
01/13/03 New York City: The Ice Age Stopped Here
01/13/03 History of Alley Park
01/13/03 A World Apart- Hasidism in America
01/13/03 The Reception of Modernism: Le Corbusier in America
01/13/03 Economic Development in Harlem
01/13/03 Urban Archaelogy (A four part series: 2/26, 3/5, 3/12, 3/19)
01/10/03 It Happened On Washington Square
01/07/03 History of Washington Square Park
12/04/02 BRONX MIRACLE: JOSEPH VITOLO, JR., OUR LADY OF THE UNIVERSE AND CATHOLIC DEVOTION
12/04/02 Vacant to Vibrant: The Potential for Privately Owned Public Spaces
11/19/02 TOURISM RECONSIDERED: POLITICS, CULTURE, SURVEILLANCE
11/18/02 Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage
11/13/02 Surfing the Tsunami: The Impact of Day trippers, Business Travellers, Tourists, and other Nomads on Public Space in the Metropolis
11/07/02 Food For Thought - Empire on the Hudson
10/21/02 New York Stories
10/21/02 Roland Merullo - In Revere, In Those Days
10/21/02 History of Muckraking
10/21/02 Previews: Robert Viscusi
10/21/02 Great Liners Lecture
10/21/02 People of Five Points
10/21/02 Gay Galese - The Bridge: The Building of the Verrazano Bridge
10/21/02 People of Five Points
10/21/02 The Mayors of New York
10/18/02 Adah Isaacs Menken, Nineteenth Century Superstar -- A Lecture by Barbara and Michael Foster
10/18/02 The Advent of Christmas Cards in Victorian America: Women Designers and the Prang Competitions -- A Lecture by Jane Bayard Curley
10/18/02 Whose Body, Whose Art? Men, Women, and the Nude -- a Lecture by Dr. Pamela Gerrish Nunn
10/17/02 Gilbert Sorrentino - Little Casino
10/17/02 Rick Cowan and Douglas Century - Takedown: The Fall of the Last Mafia Empire
10/17/02 The History of Muckraking