Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill’s brilliant, honest and courageous writing defined New York City journalism. For five decades, these colorful columnists and longtime friends spoke for ordinary people and brought passion, wit and literary merit to their reporting on their city and nation. Their writings probed issues of race, class and the practice of journalism that resonate powerfully today.
"Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists" explores the famed writers' intersecting lives and careers while celebrating New York’s grit and charm during the last great era of print journalism.
NYU Liberal Studies continues its inaugural month-long series, “Black History Month 2019: The Black Experience in America," with its second panel titled, "Afro-Latinidad in the African Diaspora." The Feb 12th panelists include Jillian Báez, Will Guzmán, Adedamola Osinulu and Donavan Ramon.
NYU Liberal Studies will launch their inaugural Black History Month with the Black Millennial Panel. The Feb 5th panelists include Dayo Adiatu, Reniqua Allen, R. L’Heureux Lewis-McCoy, Ari Melenciano and Afrodesia McCannon.
Join us for a lively discussion and Q&A with Susan Zirinsky, longtime producer of "48 Hours" and the newly promoted president of CBS News. Zirinsky makes history as the first woman to lead the network's news division.
Reflecting on the auspicious literary career of Pete Hamill, we invite you to pay tribute to a dear friend of Glucksman Ireland House NYU who has framed outlooks on America and New York for over five decades. Books will be available for purchase through the NYU Bookstore.
Join Lindsay Crouse, Coordinating Producer Op-Docs, The New York Times and Poh Si Teng, Senior Commissioning Producer, Al Jazeera Witness to watch their publications' latest award-winning short docs and learn what it takes to get your work published.