Summer School on Behavioral Economics and Psychology 2014

The aim of the Summer School is to provide students with an opportunity to learn about the implications of behavioral research for policy making and creation of public institutional settings as well as its practical application for the realm of organizational management and helping us to cope with flood of information in the current world. When? 5-12 July 2014 Where? […]

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Queer prom

 

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The Right to a Nonprojected Future: Social Becomings through Law and Medicine

The Shifting Social Contracts research group at GPIA invites you to: The Right to a Nonprojected Future: Social Becomings through Law and Medicine Speaker: João Biehl, Department of Anthropology, Princeton University Wednesday, April 30, 2014 Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs The New School Room A 510 66 W 12th St, 5th Floor 6:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M. Please RSVP to ushil888@newschool.edu Abstract: This […]

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Pain it Red

Paint it Red When: Saturday, April 26 at 7:00pm in EDT Where: Social Justice Hub at The New School’s University Center || 63 5th Ave, 5th Fl Join us for a fundraiser in observance of National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (Week). Queer Collective and the Office of Housing and Residence Life are collaborating to welcome Housing Works – a Brooklyn-based, HIV/AIDs-education […]

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Screening if El Barrio Tours: Gentrification in East Harlem

Hello all!   Join Nuev@ Latin@ & SOAD for a screening of El Barrio Tours: Gentrification In East Harlem this Friday, April 25th at 5:30PM, room TBA. The event will be followed by a Q&A and a social with the director, Andrew Padilla.   RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/discussion-w-andrew-j-padilla-film-director-of-el-barrio-tours-tickets-11094894127 From Eventbrite: “El Barrio Tours: Gentrification in East Harlem” takes an in depth look at the […]

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Political Concepts Conference

The Editorial Board of Political Concepts invites the NSSR community to join us for the annual Political Concepts conference, which will be held this year at the New School for Social Research. This is a lively and interdisciplinary event that strives to create an intellectual space conducive to debate and conversation. Further information and schedule details are […]

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NSSR a Finalist for the New Challenge

The New Challenge 2014 Finalists have been announced! Congratulations to Sociology student, Maria Carbrera for her “Material Socialism” project. This year over  100 students across the University with a wide range of themes and topics applied. Each team will be awarded between $2,500 and $10,000. On April 21st, the award amounts for each team will […]

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Green Fund presentations

A presentations of the New School students faculty and staff that have received a grant from the Green Fund. These include eWaste maps, re-usable to-go containers, and more.

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Literature does NOT make you more moral

PhD Candidate in psychology, David Kidd, along with other panelist at a Stanford Conference  posed the question: Does reading literature make you more moral? David is working with Prof. Emanuale Castano. You can read about the conference, its panelists, and even watch some video by click on this link. Below is an excerpt from the article. Kidd has […]

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Econ’s Prof. Shaikh contributes to Eminent Economists

The NSSR Econ Dept would like to announce their very own outstanding economists, Anwar Shaikh, is being included in this definitive work from Cambridge University Press on the Eminent Economists in the world today.  The book is a follow up to another book. Both detail the theories of some of the most influential economists of […]

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