It’s Fee Board time! For all of you who participated in academic conferences during the summer or fall semester of 2011, the Fee Board offers limited reimbursement for the costs you incurred (some registration fees and some travel & accommodation expenses). The deadline for submission this semester will be Monday, December 5, 2011 at 5 […]
If you are involved in a reading or study group and would like to announce your schedules and discussion topics to the NSSR community, send us an email and we’ll add to the section “Student Activities” category. A centralized location for information on reading groups will make it easier for everyone to find others who […]
If you have any NSSR related photos, send them to us. We might be able to use them to help feature entries at the top of this blog. We can always use more images of students, meetings, events, or anything else that captures your experience of the New School. Be sure that you give us […]
The New School will hold its 76th Commencement Ceremony on Friday, May 18, 2012 at 2:30pm at the Javits Center North, located at 40th Street and 11th Avenue in NYC. Information for graduates and guests, including details about regalia and ticket distribution, can be found at http://www.newschool.edu/commencement. Photo credit: Hoyeon Lim (NSSR Philosophy)
Colleges and universities may drop tuition assistance for active members of the military due to worries about an agreement that must be signed by participating educational institutions. Many of these institutions feel that provisions within this agreement are “inconsistent and, in many cases, incompatible with their well-established academic policies and administrative practices” according to Terry […]
Join President Bill Clinton along with hundreds of students and youth organizations from across the nation at the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) Meeting. March 30 – April 1, 2012 at George Washington University, Washington, DC The fifth annual CGI U meeting will bring together students,national youth organizations, experts and activists to create and […]
Armitage is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at The New School for Social Research. He previously taught at Misericordia University, Dallas, as well as The University of Scranton as an adjunct philosophy professor. He received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from The University of Scranton and a masters degree in philosophy from Boston College, Chestnut […]
Congratulations to Federico Finchelstein, associate professor in Historical Studies. His book Transatlantic Fascism: Ideology, Violence, and the Sacred in Argentina and Italy, 1919’1945 (Duke University, 2010) was just awarded Best Book of 2011 by the Harvard-based New England Council of Latin American Studies at a ceremony held at Dartmouth in early November.
In observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday, there will be no classes Wednesday, November 23 through Sunday, November 27. In addition, there is a class schedule change during the week of November 21. This change is necessary in order to fulfill the number of class sessions during the academic semester. Please note the following change: On […]
Dear Social Researchers, Thank you to everyone who submitted to Canon by the early deadline. The window for submissions is still open, which means opportunities remain for you to be published in our Fall/Winter 2011 issue. As we’ve mentioned earlier, this semester Canon is engaging with the idea of revolution. In this spirit, we hope […]
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