Thursday, January 12, 2017

Random Photos

Here are few photos from the last few months.  Scroll down to the bottom to see how the New York Post, and New Yorkers, responded to the New Year's Eve flub by Mariah Carey. Poor Mimi!

One of Kerry James Marshall's paintings,
now on exhibit at his Met Breuer
show, Kerry James Marshall: MASTRY

Profs. Marisa Fuentes and Deborah Gray White,
who co-edited (in record time) the
superbly executed Scarlet and Black:
Slavery and Dispossession in Rutgers
(Rutgers UP, 2016)
 at the public launch
last fall 
At a gallery on the Upper East Side
Outside the Grove Street PATH station, Jersey City
The Delmar Loop in St. Louis
Muslim Voices, a Rutgers-Newark AAAS-
sponsored program led by Prof. Zain Abdullah,
of Temple University, at the Newark Museum
One of the last episodes of this season of Empire,
featuring a reproduction of Edgar Degas'
"Miss LaLa at the Cirque Fernando," the subject
of my story Counternarratives "Acrobatique"  
Festive trees in the Manhattan
Financial District
Lower Manhattan, from the offices
of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
Artists at the offices of the Lower Manhattan
Cultural Council's residency site
Zuccotti Park, where Occupy NYC
took place, now glitzed up (again)
Poet, essayist and editor
Saeed Jone speaking on behalf of
his former teacher, Rigoberto González,
who was being honored at Poets House 
My amazing colleague
Rigoberto González
In the WTC Westfield Shopping
walkway, with a giant telescreen
in the background 
On the phone, in the WTC
Newark's gentrifying Halsey Street
New buildings in Newark 
Vintage car on campus 
The cast of Kaija Saariaho's
L'Amour de loin, at the Met Opera
Post-SantaCon Santa,
almost on the rails 
At the Rutgers-Newark MFA holiday
reading, party and book exchange 
Tonya Foster and David Barclay Moore
at the book launch for Robert F. Reid-Pharr's
Archives of Flesh: African America, Spain,
and Post-Humanist Critique
(NYU Press, 2016)
Robert F. Reid-Pharr (r) and his editor at
book launch for his new scholarly book
Archives of Flesh: African America, Spain,
and Post-Humanist Critique
 (NYU Press, 2016)
New York Post: "The Plot Against Mariah"

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