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Dissertation Fellowship Application – now open! (Due March 7)

NSSR DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPAPPLICATION NSSR PhD students are invited to apply for a Dissertation Fellowship for next year.  This application is for all Dissertation Fellowships available to NSSR students, including the Elinor Goldmark BlackFellowship for Advanced Studies in the Dynamics of Social Change. ELIGIBILITY Dissertation Fellowships are available to NSSR students who have passed their Ph.D. […]

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CWGL Employment Opportunity: Communications Coordinator

The Center for Women’s Global Leadership has begun a formal search for a Communications Coordinator (Public Relations Specialist II). Application Process To apply for this position, visit the Rutgers University Human Resources website. The position number is 15ST3031. The direct link is http://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/17168. Applicants must be legally permitted to work in the United States. NJ […]

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NY State Assembly Graduate Internship

All majors encouraged to apply for the six month New York State Assembly Graduate Internship!  Ten scholars will be chosen to serve as full time staff researchers and policy analyst  for the Assembly leaders, committees and central staff. Interns are allocated a stipend of $15,000 and will work full time January through June. Responsibility include: fiscal analysis […]

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Institute for Critical Social Inquiry Announces Faculty Lineup for Summer 2016

This summer, The New School’s Institute for Critical Social Inquiry (ICSI), will launch its second year of Summer Seminars. Housed at The New School for Social Research (NSSR) in New York City, the ICSI, founded and directed by Ann Laura Stoler, offers advanced graduate students and faculty from around the world a weeklong Fellowship in […]

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Heilbroner Center for Capitalism Studies: Dissertation Work-In-Progress Group

Are you a New School graduate student in the midst of (or approaching) the dissertation writing stage? Do you think of your research as dealing with economic issues (markets, economies, and/or capitalism) broadly conceived? Do you think you might benefit from peer-critique and interdisciplinary interchange? The Robert L. Heilbroner Center for Capitalism Studies is continuing […]

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TCDS Successfully Concludes 13th Democracy & Diversity Institute in South Africa

The Transregional Center for Democratic Studies of the New School for Social Research, in collaboration with the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, conducted a highly successful Democracy & Diversity Institute, its 13th in South Africa, from January 8-24, 2015. The idea of opening an Institute in South Africa was originally proposed by a small contingent […]

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NSSR Postdoctoral Fellow Steven Frenda Featured in New York Times

NSSR Postdoctoral Fellow Steven Frenda’s work on false memory was featured in a New York Times piece exploring the concept of false memory in the wake of the recent controversy surrounding Brian Williams. The Times writes: Steven J. Frenda, a postdoctoral research fellow at the New School for Social Research in New York, used a writing […]

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Faculty Member Jeremy Varon Published in The American Historian

Faculty member Jeremy Varon’s essay, entitled It Was Forty, Fifty, Sixty Years Ago Today: The 1960s in American Myth and Memory, was recenly published in The American Historian.

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Canon: Debt Issue (CFP)

Dear Social Researchers, After a slight hiatus Canon is back and calling for papers for our 2014/2015 issue which will be on the concept of debt. We are calling it ‘The Debt Issue’. Debt is a theme that touches every graduate student in one way, shape, or form. One might even argue that debt is […]

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Call for Teaching Fellowship Applications, 2015-2016

Eligible graduate students may apply to become Teaching Fellows for the academic year 2015-2016. Teaching Fellows serve as the instructor of record with independent responsibility for the course. They work under the supervision of a department or program chair in the Division/Program in which they teach. Teaching Fellows are distinct from Teaching Assistants, who work directly under a faculty member’s […]

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