Faculty Member L.H.M. Ling Re-thinks Borders in New Book

Most people see international politics through a Western framework—one in which the “West” is used as a reference point and people use countries or nation-states as the primary way to identify themselves and relate to others. This isn’t the only way to ... read more

New School Faculty Members Confront Environmental Injustices

In 1991, 300 activists gathered at the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit in Washington, DC, with the goal of redefining environmental issues to reflect social, racial, and economic justice concerns. The summit produced the 17 Principles of ... read more