New Paths of Discovery

"What the future looks like might be in our hands," explains Associate Arts Professor of Theater Joanna Settle.

In the News

NYUAD faculty in the Arts and Humanities are frequently featured in local and international news media.

Why are climate activists throwing food at masterpieces?
Two climate activists were this week sentenced to time in prison by a Dutch court for targeting Johannes Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring.
The National | November 04, 2022

Critically Acclaimed Play 'Noura' Puts Iraqi Refugee Experience On Stage
A playwright draws on Iraqi refugees' experiences in a writers workshop to craft a work that translates the flight from war for American audiences.
Morning Edition, NPR | January 2, 2019

‘Noura’ is the best premiere of the Women’s Voices Theater Festival
The Women’s Voices Theater Festival could use a homegrown breakout hit, a D.C.-built success that wasn’t pretested in Britain or New York.
The Washington Post | February 14, 2018