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Global Studies chair Alexandra Délano quoted in The New York Times

Global Studies chair Alexandra Délano is quoted in The New York Times “Mexico is helping migrants become members of a country where they are not citizens while denying their membership in the country where they do hold citizenship,” said Alexandra Délano Alonso, a professor of global studies at The New School in New York and […]

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Competition: Cities, Climate Change & Migration (cash prizes!)

The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility has announced a student photography and film competition on Cities, Climate Change & Migration: “We are now accepting original photography and short film submissions related to the theme of our upcoming conference, Cities, Climate Change & Migration.” Learn more

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From Urban Studies: Shannon Mattern on Public Seminar

Shannon Mattern’s popular courses are available to Urban Studies students! Check out her latest for Public Seminar: The Ever-Expanding Field of Media Studies

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Global Studies Faculty Updates: March 2018

Eric Anthamatten published an article, “Punching Nazis in the Face: A Philosopher Makes the Case for Violent Resistance” in the Public Seminar ebook on ‘#Charlottesville: Before and Beyond,’ in which he shows how “to condemn punching Nazis in the face is to condemn anyone who fights back against violent assault.” Get the free ebook online here. Jaskiran […]

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Mia White Speaking Tour

Environmental Studies faculty Mia White is delivering a keynote tomorrow (3/10/18) for “Beyond Change: Questioning the role of design in times of global transformations” at the Swiss Design Network Research Summit, and then she’s heading to University of Cambridge/London where she’ll be presenting a version of the talk she recently gave at Harvard. Congrats, Mia!

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Xi Jinping and China’s Success Trap [EVENT]

Xi Jinping and China’s Success Trap Monday, April 2, 2018 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Orozco Room, Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall 66 West 12th Street, Room A712, New York, NY 10011 Limited seating, RSVP here. Drawing on Professor Mohanty’s more than three decades of research, this talk will focus on how China’s “reform and open door” […]

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Urban Studies Study Break - 3-29-18

Urban Studies – Study Break + Reg Party [EVENT]

URBAN STUDIES STUDY BREAK + REG PARTY Thursday, March 29, 2018 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm GLUE Hub 66 West 12th St., Room 910 Kick back, grab some snacks, and chat with the Urban Studies faculty and advisors about registration for the Fall! (Fall registration starts April 2nd)

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Expanded Sanctuary [EVENT]

Expanded Sanctuary Thursday, March 8, 2018 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Starr Foundation Hall, Room UL102, University Center 63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003 Expanded Sanctuary is part of a series of events that explore the possibilities of sanctuary – as ideal, as theory, as practice, as historical proposition, as a vision of social […]

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GLUE Capstone Research Awards - 2018

2018 GLUE Capstone Research Awards

Applications are now open for the 2018 GLUE Capstone Research Awards! Funding is available for students majoring in Global, Urban, and Environmental Studies who are planning independent research, study abroad, or internships during the 2018 Spring semester or the 2018 Summer break that relates directly to their Capstone projects. These funds are earmarked for students […]

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New articles featuring Timon McPhearson

Experts will help to lead the latest effort by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to assess the state of global science on climate change and its impacts and solutions. Read more   Four ways cities can prepare for climate change and advance social justice Read more  

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