Religion: The Real Architect of Kyoto

During Eiko Ikegami’s annual July pilgrimage to Gion in Kyoto, Japan, the historic district is overrun by Kyoto locals, kimono-clad women and camera-happy tourists who come to admire the giant floats parading through the streets and eat from night stalls ... read more

Innovative Ways for Emerging Scholars to Study the Social Sciences

Throughout its nearly 100-year history, The New School for Social Research has dedicated itself to challenging and reconfiguring disciplinary boundaries. Boasting an ever-evolving curriculum that is both timely and timeless, —from addressing issues of migration and mobility to exposing capitalism to critical ... read more