With the support of the Global Institute of Advanced Study, The Policing Lab @ NYU has been launched as a collaborative project between NYU’s Faculty of Arts and Science and The Policing Project at NYU Law School. Researchers affiliated with
Observers of the global economy have noted that investment in infrastructure —from airports in the U.S. to power plants in Nigeria — could help boost slow and declining growth throughout the world and address challenges in both advanced and emerging
This Project revisits the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) in the context of a world that has changed dramatically in the 65 years or so since it was passed.
Led by David Chalmers, this project explores the relationships between space, time , and consciousness.
Led by Michael Beckerman, Paul Boghossian, and Kit Fine, this project consists of a working group of scholars, musicians, and arts administration professionals meeting to study the future of classical music, a future that these days is routinely said to
Led by Anthony Movshon, this project will study neural computations that are repeated in multiple species and brain regions and which bring the same set of algorithms to bear on a variety of different problems
Led by Joshua Tucker, this project explores the role of social media in political participation.
Led by Benedict Kingsbury, this project brings together the serious historical study of forms of order beyond a single state with work on the current construction, adaptation or displacement of international legal orders.
Led by Gabrielle Starr, this project seeks to create fine-scale maps of neural activity for the broad domain of visual aesthetics.
Led by Pato Hebert, the Critical Collaboration Working Group will investigate the relationship between creativity and social change.