This conference examines relations among writers and artists who commune and clash in New York City, whether physical New York (the city’s buildings, streetscapes), digitized New York (its blogs, websites, tweets), or institutional New York (its archives, museums). We aim to enable discussion about artistic and intellectual coteries in New York – past and present – and to consider the influence of such communities on the cultural production the city generates as well as on the city itself.

Hosted by the Project on New York Writing, the Colloquium in American Literature and Culture, and the Workshop in Archival Practice at New York University.

Contact us by email at nyucalc@gmail.com, or find us on Twitter @NYUCALC and @NYUArchiveWork.

By Eric Fischer

2 Responses to “About”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Necessary to register ahead of time?


  2. mbshell Says:

    No need to register! All sessions are free and open to the public.

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