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Winter 2017 Academic Job Search Workshop | Tues., Jan 24-Wed., Jan 25

WINTER 2017 Academic Job Search Workshop Series This two-workshop series will help you understand the general time frame, learn about the different types of academic institutions and implications for structuring your search, the documents you may be expected to submit, strategies for finding and reading job adverts, help understand the interviewing (conference, Skype, and campus) […]

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CFP: “Between Animals and Machines: Towards a Theory of Embodiment”, Yale University

CALL FOR PAPERS Between Animals and Machines: Towards a Theory of Embodiment 28th Annual Graduate Student Conference German Department, Yale University April 28-29, 2017 Keynote Speaker: Bruce Clarke (Paul Whitfield Horn Professor of Literature and Science, Texas Tech) What do we mean when we speak about “the body”? Do we have bodies or are we […]

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Veterans Grad School Virtual Fair: Feb. 16th

See the flier below for details about a Veterans Grad School Virtual Fair taking place on February 16th.  

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Mount Snow Overnight Ski Trip

4th annual Ski and Snowboard Weekend @ Mount Snow ~ March 3-5, 2017 Registration now open for TNS students ONLY. Just $239 ($150 savings) for: round-trip transportation ($90 value) 2-day lift ticket ($169 value) 2-nights lodging with 2 breakfasts ($102 value) 2-day helmet rental ($28 value) Price increases to $259 on Thursday, December 1 so […]

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#NODAPL: A Teach in for Standing Rock

Follow the link to register for #NODAPL: A Teach in for Standing Rock!

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November 19th: Food, Power and Politics, Roxy Paine’s “Dinner of the Dictators”

NOVEMBER 19, 2016 – JANUARY 04, 2017 Galleries will close at 3 p.m. on Wed, Nov 23 and remain closed through Sun, Nov 27 for Thanksgiving. They will also be closed Dec 24, 2016 – Jan 2, 2017 for Winter Break. One of The New School Art Collection’s rarely seen and most significant works, Roxy […]

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Join Professor Jacqueline Best to discuss her new book, Governing Failure.

  Join the New School International Affairs in welcoming Professor Jacqueline Best at an exciting discussion of her new book.

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10/28 – The American Slave Coast: Live

Fri, Oct 28 | 8pm The American Slave Coast The world premiere of a special live event with readings, commentary, and music based on Ned and Constance Sublette’s powerful new book The American Slave Coast: A History of the Slave- Breeding Industry, winner of the 2016 American Book Award. Featuring Jonathan Demme, Nona Hendryx, Carl Hancock Rux, Kandia Crazy Horse, Lezlie Harrison, and others. With Donald Harrison and […]

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Discussion Panel: PhD Careers in Language Translation

PhD Careers in Language Translation This week!! September 19-23, 2016 Thinking about using your language skills to help you build a career? Find out what you need to know from a panel of experts on the Versatile PhD Humanities and Social Science PhDs with strong fluency in two languages can find satisfying work as translators. […]

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10/13 -10/14: The Future of Scholarly Knowledge: Principles, Pressures, and Prospects — 35th Social Research Conference

October 13-14, 2016 The Future of Scholarly Knowledge: Principles, Pressures, and Prospects 35th Social Research Conference What is 21st century “scholarly knowledge” — and why do we care? Is there a place in contemporary society for pure research and intellectual investigation or must all research and education prove its worth? Join us and our panels of experts discussing what the […]

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