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The Transformative Way By Scott Sherman
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In the past 10 years, there has been a growing movement of social entrepreneurs, visionaries, and ordinary citizens who are creating innovative solutions to many of the world's problems. The... More > Transformative Way introduces readers to the skills, strategies, and ideas of people who are changing their lives and changing the world. It includes lessons on how to improve creativity, leadership, optimism, conflict resolution, and even luck. This book has been the basis for a university course at Yale, Princeton, Berkeley, NYU, UCLA, and many other colleges across the country.< Less
Dice Drawings: That Sinking Sense of Wonder By Jesse Bransford
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A set of Jesse Bransford's Dice Drawings, published on the occasion of the group exhibition "That Sinking Sense of Wonder" exhibited at Southfirst Gallery in June of 2012. This particular... More > set coincided with the thinking that lead to the organization of the exhibition and consists of free associative drawings on 68 index cards. An explanation of the process is included by way of an introduction. Jesse Bransford is a Brooklyn-based artist whose work is exhibited internationally. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art and Art Professions at NYU. His work is represented by Feature Inc., New York.< Less
Art Of A Shaman By Frank Moore
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In Art of a Shaman, originally a lecture presented at N.Y.U., Frank Moore explores performance and art in general terms of them being a magical way to effect change in the world. He looks at... More > performance as an art of melting action, ritualistic shamanistic doings/playings. By using his career and life as a "baseline", Moore explains the dynamic playing within the context of reality shaping. He brings in concepts from modern physics, mythology and psychology.< Less
The Transformative Way By Scott Sherman
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In the past 10 years, there has been a growing movement of social entrepreneurs, visionaries, and ordinary citizens who are creating innovative solutions to many of the world's problems. The... More > Transformative Way introduces readers to the skills, strategies, and ideas of people who are changing their lives and changing the world. It includes lessons on how to improve creativity, leadership, optimism, conflict resolution, and even luck. This book has been the basis for a university course at Yale, Princeton, Berkeley, NYU, UCLA, and many other colleges across the country.< Less
Art Of A Shaman By Frank Moore
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In Art of a Shaman, originally a lecture presented at N.Y.U., Frank Moore explores performance and art in general terms of them being a magical way to effect change in the world. He looks at... More > performance as an art of melting action, ritualistic shamanistic doings/playings. By using his career and life as a "baseline", Moore explains the dynamic playing within the context of reality shaping. He brings in concepts from modern physics, mythology and psychology.< Less
Citizen Journalism By Stefan Kolgen & Ann Laenen
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'Citizen Journalism- Scenarios for the future' gathers a selection of texts produced by participants in the discus- sion on Citzen Journalism that took place in 2008 in Ghent. Before setting the... More > frame of the discussion the scientific committee working on the blogboat event looked for a useful definition of Citizen Journalism. It has been decided to use the definition currently proposed by Jay Rosen: “When the people formerly known as the audience employ the press tools they have in their possession to inform one another, that’s citizen journalism.” (Pressthink, www.journalism.nyu.edu/)< Less
Lawyers, Law, and Social Change (Updated and Expanded Second Edition) By Steve Bachmann
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In 1984, activist lawyer Steve Bachmann wrote an article titled “Lawyers, Law and Social Change” for the NYU Review of Law and Social Change. Widely read for years by progressives, cited... More > in journals, and assigned in law school classes, in 2001 it became the title essay of a book-length collection from Unlimited Publishing LLC. In 2010, the NYU Review of Law and Social Change asked Bachmann to update his readers in a keynote address at the observance of its 40th anniversary. The NYURLSC also published a new article by Bachmann discussing the progress—or regression—which had occurred since 1984. Both the speech and article have been added to this new edition. You don’t need to be a lawyer to benefit from reading this book. The American social contract of the 20th century is spiraling the proverbial drain in today’s increasingly polarized political climate. The stakes are huge for working people. If you are among the 99% who work for a living wage and want the same for your children, this book is for you.< Less
Rift By Caridad Svich
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RIFT is an epic yet intimate play by acclaimed US Latina dramatist Caridad Svich which tells the story of lives torn by war and its aftermath, by abuse and damage, human sex trafficking and... More > globalization, and the spiritual search for beauty and grace. Gender, border, and culturally crossed, RIFT explores the fate of the human animal in a dislocated world and asks the question: how can a body that is torn find a way to heal itself and transform, and thus resist the tyranny of power? A violent, erotic, dream-like fable. This play was originally commissioned by NYU's Graduate Acting Program and created through the Joint-Stock method.< Less
Rift By Caridad Svich
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RIFT is an epic yet intimate play by acclaimed US Latina dramatist Caridad Svich which tells the story of lives torn by war and its aftermath, by abuse and damage, human sex trafficking and... More > globalization, and the spiritual search for beauty and grace. Gender, border, and culturally crossed, RIFT explores the fate of the human animal in a dislocated world and asks the question: how can a body that is torn find a way to heal itself and transform, and thus resist the tyranny of power? A violent, erotic, dream-like fable. This play was originally commissioned by NYU's Graduate Acting Program and created through the Joint-Stock method.< Less
white, male, lucky By Naliaka Wakhisi
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white, male, lucky, is a cross-cultural narrative documenting the experiences of students in NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP). These students participated in conversations about... More > their identity as it relates to the technology program. These narratives offer the opportunity for the ITP community to understand the important conversations students have within their cultural groups about their culture and identity. white, male, lucky aims to expand those conversations and/or help the ITP community understand how race, gender, sexuality, and nationality informs the way in which diverse students speak to each other.< Less

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