Professor May Joseph speaking at WILD NYC on Wednesday, November 20, 2013

3:47 PM





May Joseph, Professor of Global Studies, is one of the featured speakers at WILD NYC on Wednesday at NYU.  Details below!


WILD NYC
Wednesday, November 20  
3:30- 6pm

  Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts
1 Washington Place, ground floor
 New York University


Manhattan was so beautiful that indigenous inhabitants and European settlers alike considered it to be Paradise on Earth. Though we generally think of New York City as a completely urbanized environment, we still have bats in Washington Square Park, harbor seals and beavers in the rivers, and coyotes in Central Park.When Bobby and Violet, the first Bobst Library Red-tailed Hawk pair, took up residence in President Sexton's window and captured hearts on the Hawkcam, they brought with them the ghost of this lost paradise and inspired us to reconsider the relationship between humans and the wild here in NYC.

Come see and hear the magic of Wild NYC brought to life by this dynamic panel:

Organizer: Myisha Priest, Gallatin School of Individualized Study

Gabriel Willow, NYC-based urban naturalist and environmental educator
May Joseph, Author of Fluid New York: Cosmopolitan Urbanism and the Green Imagination; founder of the environmental theater company, Harmattan Theater
Leslie Day, Author of Field Guide to the Natural World of New York City and Field Guide to the Street Trees of New York City
Bobby and Cathy Horvath, Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitators/Founders of WINORR (Wildlife in Need of Rescue and Rehabilitation)

And Special Wild Guests!




Visit the link below for admissions requirements and application materials for the B.A. in Critical and Visual Studies.
http://www.pratt.edu/admissions/applying/

For more information, please visit our official page at:
http://www.pratt.edu/academics/liberal_arts_and_sciences/critical_visual_studies/

BA Program in Critical & Visual Studies
Department of Social Science & Cultural Studies
School of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Pratt Institute
200 Willoughby Ave.
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11205

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