David Barnouw announced the publication of his book "The Phenomenon of Anne Frank" in the United States
On February 10, 2018, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm there will be a Black Heritage New York tour
Author, philosopher, and cultural critic Rob Riemen will launch his new book "To Fight Against This Age. On Fascism and Humanism"
From November 3 to December 24 "A Part of New York History" by Nynke Koster will be on view at LMAK Gallery
On Monday, November 6, 6:30 to 8:00 PM there will be a dialogue about trade and entrepreneurship in the 17th Century
From October 19 through October 22 the Margaret Mead Festival will take place at the American Museum of Natural History in New York
June 9 at 1 PM, The New Amsterdam History Center organizes a lecture on Governors Island
A Woman Shall Have the Right... A Panel Discussion at Senate House State Historic Site on May 24
May 13, Dennis Maika from the New Netherland Institute will give a lecture on the Dutch colonial history
“This Place Matters” Project includes the creation of graphic, fabric “scrims,” installed on 48 Hudson’s north and east facades. The official opening will...
From March 4 until June 18, Renée Ridgway has a contemporary art exhibition at the Albany Institute of History & Art
On November 3, The Netherland Club of New York will host a panel presentation on The Dutch and Native Americans in New Netherland
May 7, "History's Future," by Dutch director Fiona Tan, will be screened at the Panorama Europe Festival at the Museum of the Moving...
March 31, the New Amsterdam History Center organizes the panel discussion “New Netherland and New England Women Compared: Powers, Oppressions, Aspirations” at the...
On March 4 and 5, there will be a symposium about the historic collections of Old Master drawings in Europe and the United...
From 17 September until 19 September the New Netherland Institute hosts a conference on the Dutch in America across the centuries.
Russell Shorto and Rabbi Meir Soloveichik will discuss Mr. Shorto's new book, Amsterdam: A History of the World's Most Liberal City, at the...
The New Amsterdam History Center Lecture Series will present Opening Statements; Law Jurisprudence and the Legacy of Dutch New York.
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