Congratulations Graduates!

On May 18th the NSSR Graduation ceremony took place, see below some pictures of our graduates. Congratulations to you all!  

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GSS STUDENT INTERVIEW SERIES: EMILY BREITKOPF

In this week’s edition of the GSS Interview Series, I had the pleasure to sit down with NSSR Clinical Psychology and GSS student, Emily Breitkopf to learn a little more about her interests in Psychology, and her research on pregnancy practices in the U.S. Emily, to get started, I was wondering if you could share with me a […]

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At Sea

  Please join WSQ and The Feminist Press at CUNY for the launch of “At Sea,” the Spring/Summer 2017 issue of WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly edited by Terri Gordon-Zolov and Amy Sodaro. “At Sea” examines the gendered dimensions of the contemporary global migrant crisis, maritime violence, and environmental destruction. This timely and critical issue includes […]

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International Women’s Strike Calendar

Find the  calendar for the International Women’s Strike in this link or go to http://womenstrikeus.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/March_8_Activities_Schedule.pdf

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Building a Feminism for the 99%:  Mobilization for International Women

Building a Feminism for the 99%: Mobilization for International Women’s Strike

Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm The Auditorium, Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall66 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10011 An open conversation with feminists, students, workers, professors and international activists, including New School for Social Research  professors Nancy Fraser and Miriam Ticktin. Have you heard yet? Women in more than 30 different countries will strike on March […]

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International Women’s Strike Call to Participate

Dear colleagues, In its first weeks, the Trump administration has followed through on its promise to aggressively target vulnerable populations through a series of illegal and inhumane executive orders.  Many of the policies of the Trump administration have harmed members within our own university community.  As members of this community, we must help build a […]

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Women and Power: Hard to Earn, Difficult to Signal and Easy to Lose

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GSS Faculty Colloquium | Fashion and Everyday Life: New York

GSS Faculty Colloquium Fashion and Everyday Life: New York Hazel Clark Research Chair of Fashion, Parsons   Organized by Gender and Sexuality Studies Graduate Certificate Friday, December 9th, 2016 3.30 – 5.30 1106,  6 E 16th Street * Seating is limited, Please RSVP to gss@newschool.edu so we can estimate attendance, and arrive early to ensure seat! Hazel Clark Professor of […]

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FOOD, POWER AND POLITICS: A response to Roxy Paine’s Dinner of the Dictators, 1993-95

NOVEMBER 19, 2016 – JANUARY 04, 2017 Galleries will close at 3 p.m. on Wed, Nov 23 and remain closed through Sun, Nov 27 for Thanksgiving. They will also be closed Dec 24, 2016 – Jan 2, 2017 for Winter Break. One of The New School Art Collection’s rarely seen and most significant works, Roxy Paine’s Dinner of the Dictators, 1993-1995, returns to campus after […]

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BAD ASS WOMEN, A Cybernetic, Genetic, Political Fantasy

BAD ASS WOMEN, A Cybernetic, Genetic, Political Fantasy which will help ease the suffering of so many New Yorkers and addresses the very nature of gender and sexuality. I’ve been in contact with Ms. Magazine who is helping me get the word out but I need your help as well. Gwen Ifill recently said: “Resolve to cross […]

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