Inside Books:  An Interview with Lisa Stulberg on the Politics of U.S. LGBTQ Social Movements

Lisa Stulberg is an associate professor, sociology of education.  Her research focuses on the politics of race and education, affirmative action in higher education, school choice policy and politics, and LGBTQ social change. She is the author of Race, Schools, and Hope: African Americans and School Choice after Brown (Teachers College Press, 2008) and  LGBTQ Social Movements (Polity, […]

Books from Our Faculty: The Appearance of Black Lives Matter by Nicholas Mirzoeff

  “Police killings captured on cell-phone video or photographs have become the hallmark of United States visual culture in the twenty-first century,” writes Nicholas Mirzoeff, a professor in Steinhardt’s Department of Media Culture, and Communication, in The Appearance of Black Lives Matter. Mirzoeff’s book examines the transformation of visual culture spanning the time of the deaths […]

Steinhardt Educational Solutions Initiatives Series: A Conversation with Tony Marx, President of the New York Public Library

NYU Steinhardt welcomed Tony Marx, president of The New York Public Library, for a keynote address and conversation on how public libraries can play a pivotal role as centers of educational opportunity in communities across New York City and around the country. The event – Books and Beyond: Connecting Community, Literacy, and Technology – took […]

Inside Books: Building a New Educational State by Joan Malczewski

Building a New Educational State Joan Malczewski, Associate Professor of History and Social Studies In her new book, Building a New Educational State (University of Chicago Press, 2016), Malczewski explores the transformation of black education in North Carolina and Mississippi during the Jim Crow era. Drawing on extensive archival research, Malczewski shows the work behind the […]

Books from our Faculty: Artistic Citizenship: Artistry, Social Responsibility, and Ethical Praxis

How does the concept of citizenship relate to the arts? Do artistic endeavors have distinctive potentials for nurturing artistic citizenship?  What do socio-cultural, political, and environmental engagements offer people worldwide? In  Artistic Citizenship: Artistry, Social Responsibility, and Ethical Praxis, David Elliott, a professor of music and music education at NYU Steinhardt, and co-authors Marissa Silverman […]

Books from Our Faculty: Helga Tawil-Souri’s Gaza as Metphor

Gaza as Metaphor (Hurst Publishers, 2016) demonstrates the realities of life within Gaza through a collection of essays by journalists, writers, doctors, academics, and others. Edited by Helga Tawil-Souri, associate professor of media, culture, and communication at NYU Steinhardt, and University of London’s Dina Matar, the volume contextualizes how the current situation in Gaza is […]