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Democracy & Diversity Summer Institute: The World in Crisis

Located between Berlin, Prague, and Warsaw, and saturated with the history and memory of these three distinct cultures, Wrocław, Poland was the site of The New School’s 21st Annual Democracy & Diversity Summer Institute, offered by the university’s Transregional Center for Democratic Studies (TCDS). This year’s program unfolded around the theme “The World in Crisis—Responses and […]

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Reproductive Justice 101, The History of the Reproductive Rights and Justice Movements

Please join the NYC College Network of Reproductive Justice Activists for our first workshop. The NYC College Network of Reproductive Justice uses a social justice analysis by using the intersections of race, class, and gender presentation to fight for reproductive rights and sexual health. It is dedicated to the belief that everyone regardless of race, […]

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GF Newsletter Announcement

While not a lot of people are aware of it, NSSR once had its own student newsletter, known as the GF Newsletter. The GF, or Graduate Faculty, was the original name of NSSR before the New School became the monolith it is today, back in the days of the University in Exile. Sometime in the […]

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Duane Armitage named lecturer of philosophy at University of Scranton

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 […]

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Philosophy student, Maxwell Tremblay, publishes White Riot: Punk Rock and the Politics of Race

PhD Student Maxwell Tremblay, along with Stephen Duncombe, have edited a book for Verso that was released last month. White Riot is the definitive study of the subject, collecting first-person writing, lyrics, letters to zines, and analyses of punk history from across the globe, ., Read more at the Verso website.

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