Slated for Oct. 21 at 3 PM, the panel will take place at the Theresa Lang Center at the New School, (55 West 13th Street, between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue)
Part of NYTW Public Programs series, the public discussion will focus "on past and present immigration to the United States, engaging immigration scholars, journalists, and artists to address questions about second- and third-generation immigrants from different population groups, as well as key issues faced by more recent immigrants," according to an announcement.
WNYC Journalist Bob Hennelly, Primo Levi Center for Italian Jewish Studies Director Natalia Indrimi, Hunter College Distinguished Professor of Sociology Nancy Foner and Princeton University's Henry G. Bryant Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs Douglas Massey will participate in the panel. Opening remarks will be by Office of Immigrant Affairs Commissioner Dr. Guillermo Linares.
NYTW's upcoming production of KAOS, based on the work of Luigi Pirandello and the Taviani Brothers, was conceived and directed by Martha Clarke. Musicians John LaBarbera, Richard Sosinsky and Irving Grossman will offer a peek at the forthcoming show (which starts Nov. 10) at 5 PM after the panel.
"The Two-Way Street: American Immigration and the Individual' panel will be held at The New School's Theresa Lang Center, 55 West 13 Street (between Fifth and Sixth Ave.). Tickets for the panel are $10 (free for NYTW members and students with valid ID) or $5 for the KAOS sneak preview and are available by calling (212) 229 5488 or at the Theresa Lang Center. For more information, visit newschool.edu/publicprograms or nytw.org.