Gema Santamaria Balmaceda, an NSSR doctoral candidate in Sociology and Historical Studies, is the senior report advisor for the recent UN Regional Human Development Report for 2013-14. The report is titled “Citizen Security with a Human Face: Evidence and Proposals for Latin America.” The report offers a series of public policy recommendations on how to […]
As higher education evolves in the 21st century, collaboration between diverse specializations will increasingly drive the discovery of knowledge. The New School, recognizing the importance of faculty cooperation, has just announced its Research Cluster Grant awards for 2013, and several NSSR professors will be joining their colleagues from across this institution in a number of investigations. Victoria Hattam, William […]
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.
Eli Zaretsky to deliver Ralph Miliban Lecture at the London School of Economics and Politics on the future of the left
Prof. Zaretsky will give a talk on the Future of the Left this spring at the LSE as the Ralph Miliban Lecture. Ralph Miliban was associated with the LSE for over 30 years, was an important thinker on socialism and Western democracy and politics. Past lecture series topics included “Oil, Energy, Security, and Global Order”, […]
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