Month: March 2021

French Fashion, Women, and the First World War: A Virtual Tour

French Fashion, Women, and the First World War: A Virtual Tour
Fri., March 26 | 2PM  | Zoom
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In moments of great upheaval—such as in France during the First World War—fashion becomes more than a means of personal expression. As women throughout the country mobilized in support of the war effort, discussions about women’s fashion bore the symbolic weight of an entire society’s hopes and fears. This exhibition represents an unprecedented examination of the dynamic relationship between fashion, war, and gender politics in France during World War I. 

Co-sponsored with Hunter History and Film and Media Studies departments, and in collaboration with the Bard Graduate Center Gallery.

Artist Lecture: Ziyang Wu

March 10 | 10:10-11AM | RSVP

New Media Artist Ziyang Wu will be visiting MEDP 29920 XR Design & Development. Open to all students.

Prof. Tami Gold and IMA alumna Pam Sporn’s film screening

50th Anniversary of the struggle for Puerto Rican Studies at CUNY


Mar. 25th | 6PM Online | RSVP

MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE tells the story of the student led struggle to win Puerto Rican Studies at Brooklyn College, CUNY in the late 1960’s. The documentary is a mosaic of voices, film footage and photographs taken by student activists. This important story highlights the powerful alliance Puerto Rican, African American and other progressive students and faculty forged that changed the face of higher education with the founding of one of the first Puerto Rican Studies departments in the nation.