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- By NYPL Staff | October 3, 2023Acclaimed scholar and writer Alondra Nelson leads a discussion on the transnational impacts of artificial intelligence.
- By Judy Blume, Author | October 2, 2023The freedom to read is under attack in this country. It sounds like I'm being overdramatic, and I wish I was, but the numbers don't lie.
- By Julie Golia, Associate Director, Manuscripts, Archives, and Rare Books and Charles J. Liebman Curator of Manuscri | September 29, 2023A new archival collection explores key issues shaping 20th-century culture and politics through one woman's life and career.
- By NYPL Staff | September 28, 2023Download your free digital copy of our Teen Banned Book Club titles and get reading!
- By NYPL Staff | September 28, 2023Mayor Eric Adams joined NYC library presidents and Bronx community members at the grand opening for Mott Haven Library’s new Teen Center.
- By Jay Garfinkel, Children's Librarian, Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library | September 27, 2023Join us for an author talk with Jessica Love where we'll be discussing her books Julián is a Mermaid and Julián at the Wedding.
- By NYPL Staff | September 25, 2023A book list for all ages, selected by our expert librarians, to highlight titles past and present that are targets of bans and challenges.
- By Carrie McBride, Communications | September 21, 2023New September books are the equivalent of freshly sharpened pencils and uncreased folders.
- By Amanda Hamp, Associate Professor of Dance, University of New Mexico | September 19, 2023Amanda Hamp wrote about her research on dance performances and papers of selected “downtown” dance artists working in the 1980s.
- By NYPL Staff | September 19, 2023The new novel by award-winning author Luis Alberto Urrea, Good Night, Irene, tells an overlooked story of women’s heroism in World War II.