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African American Issues

Archived since: Aug, 2011

Description:

Content includes African American news and opinion websites.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Politics & Elections

Edible Magazines (New York)

Archived since: Nov, 2013

Description:

Covers four editions of Edible Magazine (Manhattan, Brooklyn, New jersey, and Hudson Valley).

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Science & Health Society & Culture Food Studies

Fales Library: Act Up New York

Archived since: Aug, 2015

Description:

Act Up NY was founded in New York City in 1987 and is a diverse, non-partisan group of individuals united in anger and committed to direct action to end the AIDS crisis. AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP), founded in New York City in 1987, and is a diverse, non-partisan group committed to direct action to end the AIDS crisis by bringing about legislation, medical research, treatment, and policies to bring an end to the disease. The website has not been updated since 2007.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Government - US States ACT UP New York (Organization) AIDS activists--New York (State)--New York Gay liberation movement--New York (State)--New York

Fales Library: Deep Dish TV

Archived since: Aug, 2015

Description:

Deep Dish TV was launched in 1986 by Paper Tiger TV as a distribution network, linking independent producers, programmers, community-based activists and viewers who support movements for social change and economic justice. The network has produced and distributed over 300 hours of television series that challenge the suppression of awareness, the corruption of language, and the perversion of logic that characterizes so much of corporate media. Deep Dish TV is committed to democratizing media by providing a national forum for programming created by community-based organizations and independent producers. Their programs are shown on over 200 public access cable stations around the country, on selected PBS stations, and received by thousands of satellite dish viewers nationwide on Free Speech TV channel 9415 on the DishNetwork and LinkTV on DirecTV.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Society & Culture Deep Dish TV Network Public-access television--United States

Fales Library: Fortnight Journal

Archived since: Mar, 2015

Description:

The Fortnight Journal is the online presence of Fortnight, an unprecedented online documentary of the millennial generation spanning the years from 2010-2012, during which time installments were published daily. Using the boundless qualities of the Internet, Fortnight featured innovators from disciplines as varied as art, science, technology, economics and policy to compose a digital portrait of the first generation - born roughly between 1978 and 1990- raised on and by the Internet.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Blogs & Social Media Society & Culture

Fales Library: Guerrilla Girls

Archived since: Aug, 2015

Description:

Guerrilla Girls are an anonymous group of feminists devoted to fighting against sexism within the visual fine art world. Started in New York City in 1985 to protest gender and racial inequality in the art world, members are known for the gorilla masks they wear to keep their anonymity, as well as for taking pseudonyms of dead women artists. The website lists their art projects, videos, lectures and appearances, exhibitions, and action projects.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Government - US States Politics & Elections Guerrilla Girls (Group of artists) Women artists--Political activity--United States. Art--Political aspects

Fales Library: Guerrilla Girls Broadband

Archived since: May, 2016

Description:

Guerrilla Girls is an activist group of women artists advocating for gender equality in the art world. The group was formed in 1985 in response to an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art that included 165 artists but only 17 women. Dubbing themselves The Conscience of the Artworld, they started making posters that bluntly stated the facts of discrimination and used humor to convey information, provoke discussion and to show that feminists can be funny. They assumed the names of dead women artists, and began wearing gorilla masks when we appeared in public, concealing their true identities and focusing on the issues rather than on our personalities. Between 1985 and 2000, close to 100 women, working collectively and anonymously, produced posters, billboards, public actions, books and other projects to make feminism funny and fashionable. Guerrilla Girls Broad Band is one of three groups that splintered from the original Guerrilla Girls around 2000.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities

Fales Library: HERE

Archived since: Nov, 2016

No description.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities

Fales Library: New York Feminist Art Institute

Archived since: Aug, 2015

Description:

The New York Feminist Art Institute, founded 1979 by Alice Neel and others, works to create an environment for the training of women in the arts. The curriculum of the school involves the development of self awareness in a social and political context, and the development of a sense of group identity. The institute sponsors classes, workshops, and exhibits.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Government - US States Society & Culture Feminism and art New York (State) New York Art Political aspects Political aspects-New York (State)

Fales Library: Paper Tiger Television

Archived since: Aug, 2015

Description:

Paper Tiger Television (PTTV), established in 1981, has been creating investigative and alternative media. The programs produced at PTTV inspire community productions and activism around the world. Its archive includes shows that provide critical analysis of media, educate about the communications industry and highlight issues that are absent from mainstream information sources. Through the production and distribution of public access series, media literacy/video production workshops, community screenings, videos on the website, and grassroots advocacy PTTV works to challenge and expose the corporate control of mainstream media. PTTV believes that increasing public awareness of the negative influence of mass media and involving people in the process of making media is mandatory for the long-term goal of information equity.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Society & Culture Paper Tiger Television Collective (Firm) Television--New York (State)--New York

Fales Library: The Fugs

Archived since: Aug, 2015

Description:

The Fugs, a group of poet-musicians, was founded in New York City’s East Village in early 1965 by Ed Sanders, Ken Weaver, and Tuli Kupferberg (1923-2010). The band is a folk rock group whose song lyrics were informed by an anti-authoritarian, anti-war, bohemian sensibility. They have performed and issued albums for the last 35 years. This website is the band’s official webpage.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Government - US States Society & Culture Fugs (Musical group) Folk-rock music--New York (State) New York Protest songs Beat generation--New York (State)

Fales Library: Theater for the New City

Archived since: Aug, 2015

Description:

Theater for the New City, founded in 1971 and known familiarly as TNC, is one of New York City's leading Off-Off-Broadway theaters, known for radical political plays and community commitment. Productions at TNC have won 43 Obie Awards and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. TNC currently exists as a 4-theater complex in a 30,000-square-foot (2,800 m2) space located at 155 1st Avenue, in Manhattan's East Village.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Society & Culture Government - US States Theatrical companies New York (State) New York

Fales Library: Triple Canopy

Archived since: Oct, 2015

Description:

Triple Canopy is a magazine based in New York. Since 2007, Triple Canopy has advanced a model for publication that encompasses digital works of art and literature, public conversations, exhibitions, and books. This model hinges on the development of publishing systems that incorporate networked forms of production and circulation. Working closely with artists, writers, technologists, and designers, Triple Canopy produces projects that demand considered reading and viewing. Triple Canopy resists the atomization of culture and, through sustained inquiry and creative research, strives to enrich the public sphere. Triple Canopy is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization and a member of Common Practice New York.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities

Fales Library: Working Artists and the Greater Economy

Archived since: Sep, 2015

Description:

Working Artists and the Greater Economy is a New York-based activist organization focused on regulating the payment of artist fees by nonprofit art institutions and establishing a sustainable labor relation between artists and the institutions that subcontract their labor.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities

Fales Library: d.u.m.b.A collective

Archived since: Aug, 2015

Description:

The Dumba Collective (1998-2006) was a non-profit arts collective in the Brooklyn NY, solely devoted to the contemporary art practices of the queer community. They offered space to local and international artists, primarily queer, and gave the majority of the profit back to the artist. The website was primarily a social networking one.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Politics & Elections Government - US States Gay artists Queer action/queer ideas Art--Political aspects Sexual politics

Food Blogs

Archived since: Dec, 2011

Description:

An archive of major food blogs in the U.S.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Science & Health,  Arts & Humanities

Hemispheric Institute

Archived since: Jul, 2012

Description:

The journal publishes scholarly essays, multimedia artist presentations, and book and performance reviews; we publish materials in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Each issue focuses on a specific theme, exploring intersections of performance and politics in the Americas. Past issues have focused on topics such as performance and democracy, Native American performance, sexualities and politics, performance and the law, border performance, and the political uses of affect.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities

New York University Collection of Contemporary Composers' Websites

Archived since: Oct, 2013

Description:

A curated collection of websites devoted to (and typically owned and operated by) individual contemporary composers. The primary curatorial goal is to preserve these historically important documents of the music and musicians of our time as a legacy to posterity. “Contemporary” we define as living or recently deceased. “Composers” we define as those who are working within, or are descending from, or are in some significant way connected to the Western traditions of concert music—composers who produce notated scores but inclusive also of those whose work embraces improvisation, collaborative composition, and other post-modern/post-classical creative practices. As there are many thousands of such composers active in the world today, we are emphasizing young, emerging Americans in the initial phases of this project.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Composers Contemporary Music Music

Sibirskie istoricheskie issledovaniia (Siberian historical research)

Archived since: Apr, 2015

No description.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Society & Culture

Tamiment-Wagner: Communist Party, USA

Archived since: Jan, 2015

Description:

Contents of the newspaper, magazine, and website of the Communist Party, USA.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Politics & Elections Society & Culture

University Archives RG 37.50: Center for Dialogues

Archived since: Jan, 2015

Description:

The Center for Dialogue is an NYU based institution which aims to create dialogue between the Muslim world and the West. The Center engages in public outreach, international conferences, academic study, and policy review and recommendations.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities ,  Blogs & Social Media Politics & Elections

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