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

The Next Wave in Digital Journalism Innovation

This post, which is authored by Heather Chaplin, director of The New School’s new Journalism + Design program, originally appeared on the blog of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Not that long ago, the Sunday paper arriving ... read more

Reclaiming Imaginative Agency Through Art and Ideas

The events of 9/11 shook the city and the nation. For Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts professor, activist, and artist Sekou Sundiata (1948–2007), the events challenged his understanding of what it meant to be an American ... read more