Events

Strate Talk: The Binding Biases of Time

Featured 10/4/2014 7:00pm @ The Albert Ellis Institute, 145 East 32nd Street 9th Floor NY NY 10016

Time binding can be described as the characteristically human activity of transmitting experience from one generation to another especially through the use of symbols. Join us for debate and discussion on time binding and general sematics, media ecology, human culture and human progress, and how it relates to our relationship to the past, present and future.

Past Events

General Semantics 101: Improvements for Everyday Life

Featured 7/9/2014 6:00pm @The Albert Ellis Institute, 145 East 32nd Street 9th Floor NY NY 10016

A "How to" introduction to the fundamentals of General Semantics principles--a hybrid of language arts and psychology. General Semantics offers practical ways to communicate effectively in business and personal relationships, gather information more accurately, evaluate it more clearly, and act on it more successfully.

A Night with Award Winning Poet Adeena Karasick

Featured 5/22/14 6:00pm @The Albert Ellis Institute, 145 East 32nd Street 9th Floor NY NY 10016

Adeena Karasick is a poet, media-artist, and award winning author of 7 books of poetry theory. Her work is a testament to the creative & regenerative power of language and its infinite possibilities for pushing meaning to the limits of its semantic boundaries.

General Semantics Meets Media Studies:Some Thoughts from the Field"...A discussion lead by Thom Gencarelli, Ph.D.

Featured 4/17/14 6:00pm @NYC Seminar and Conference Center, 71 West 23rd Street Suite 515 NY NY 10010

Thom Gencarelli, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor and the founding Chair of Manhattan College's "Next Generation" Communication program, which was established in August 2007. He is the current President of the Media Ecology Association, a member of the Board of Trustees of the Institute of General Semantics, and a past President of both the New York State Communication Association and the New Jersey Communication (twice).

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