On April 26th and 27th, the Liberal Studies Department will be hosting the conference “The Kronstadt Moment – The Road to Damascus” in the Wolff Conference Room. Everyone is welcome!
From Political Science to Politics 10th Annual UPSS Graduate Student Conference Saturday – April 20, 2013 The Union of Politics Students are pleased to invite you to the 10th Annual Graduate Students Conference of the Politics Department. The conference will engage academics and activists in an examination of the move ‘From Political Science to Politics’, [...]
Failures: an anthro-studio, a conference organized by the graduate students in anthropology at The New School for Social Research (NSSR), will be held in New York City on April 12, 2013. Please circulate the information below amongst your colleagues near and far. For more information see attached flyer and http://failuresconference.wordpress.com. We are looking forward to an exciting event – [...]
The sociology students invite you to their annual conference this Saturday, April 6 from 9am-7pm on the 11th floor of 6 E16th Street. The flyer with schedule can be viewed here. In addition to a number of interesting papers, a round table discussion will include C. Mukerji . (UC San Diego), T.E. McDonnell (University of Notre [...]
Queer Urban Geographies is a one-day, multi-disciplinary exploration of the social dimensions of urban space as it relates to identity, sexuality, perception and community. Themes of mapping, memory, sensing and embodiment will be interrogated in order to reveal new perspectives and afford emerging possibilities. This one-day conference will introduce a larger workshop at Parsons the [...]
QUEER NYC / PARIS! Call for participants: Queer Urban Geographies Independent Study & Collaboration April 6th conference in NYC | May 26th-June 1st workshop in Paris, France OPPORTUNITY: 6-8 students will be chosen to participate in a very special collaborative, field-work & design workshop to interrogate a hyper-local, multi-sensorial experience of Queer spaces in New York [...]
Josh Lerner, a 2012 graduate of the politics department is executive director of the Participatory Budgeting Project, a non-profit organization that works with local governments, primarily in the US and Canada, to help institute direct participation processes in fiscal matters. The idea is to give community members a more direct means of influencing how public funds [...]
The Economics Student Union of the New School for Social Research presents: “Universities for a New Economy” A conference and teach-in on Education and Economic System Change April 13th, 2013 at the Kellen Auditorium, New York, NY From Occupy Wall Street assemblies to the United Nations, public discourse over the possibilities of economic system change [...]
The Kronstadt Moment/The Road to Damascus An Interdisciplinary Conference on Conversion and Disenchantment April 26th and 27th, The New School for Social Research, NY. www.kronstadt-damascus.com In the seminal collection of essays The God that Failed, Louis Fisher recounts the story of anarchist Alexander Berkman, who recalls the specific moment when he became an avowed enemy of the [...]
Call for Participants (Deadline extended – 2/26/13) Call for Participants The New School for Social Research 2013 Graduate Anthropology Conference: “Failures” Friday, April 12, 2013 The Theme: “Failures” Whether imagined, lived or witnessed, most if not all of us know something of what it is to fail. Our machines and tools wear out, becoming trash and [...]
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