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Harold Holzer and John Avlon dive into Holzer’s latest release, The Presidents vs. the Press.
In conversation with Charles Taylor, Author of Opening Wednesday at a Theater or Drive-In Near You: The Shadow Cinema of the American ‘70s.
Emily Braun discussed the papiers collés, or pasted papers, of Picasso, Georges Braque and Juan Gris, which are filled with artistry and wit.
With Robert B. Koehl, Professor of Archaeology and Chair of the Department of Classical and Oriental Studies at Hunter College.
Bill Goldstein and Charles Kaiser, discussed the legacy of legendary LGBTQ activist and author, Larry Kramer.
Joachim Pissarro, discussed his relationship with the family of one of the principal members of the Impressionist movement: Camille Pissarro.
Dr. Michelle MacRoy-Higgins and Brooklyn-based writer, Carlyn Kolker, discussed the mysteries of language acquisition in young children.
A conversation between Professor Tracy Dennis-Tiwary and Associate Professor, Evelyn Behar.
Sylvia Weinstock reflected on reinventing herself later in life by becoming a baker, and finding both passion and balance in life.
Beth Macy chatted with Liz Moore about her most recent novel , Long Bright River, which The Wall Street Journal calls “Powerful”.
On 5/20/20, Hunter hosted this online public program as part of the Hunter@Home series.
Award-Winning Scholar, Professor and Director of Jewish ...
Dr. Joshua Plotnik, discussed his research on Asian Elephants, and how studying the behavior and cognition can aid in promoting coexistence.
A reading from American Eden by author Victoria Johnson, in conversation with Greg Mosher Chair of the Hunter College Theatre Department.
On 5/6/20, Hunter hosted this online public program as part of the Hunter@Home series.
Diana Reiss, Director of Hunter’s Animal Behavior & ...
A discussion with nutrition expert Dr. Urvashi Rangan on everything the public should know about food and the COVID-19 pandemic.
On 4/28/20, Hunter hosted this online program as part of the Hunter@Home series.
What is “progressive rock”? What makes it different from ...
On 4/23/20, Hunter hosted this online program as part of the Hunter@Home series.
Renowned and prize-winning art historian Michael Lobel, ...
Tea Obreht, will read from Inland, her critically-acclaimed bestseller, which Barack Obama praised as one of his favorite books of 2019
How do disasters affect different people? What have we learned from the past and what do we need to know about the challenges of COVID-19 for seniors?
David Himmelstein and Steffie Woolhandler discuss the reality of the Coronavirus pandemic for the American medical system.
Join Hunter College Distinguished Writer in Residence, Mychal Denzel Smith, and author Valeria Luiselli for a lunchtime discussion of Smith’s new ...
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