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The New School Public Programming: Writing

The New School presents its 2015 spring semester public programming in writing and literature. Since its founding in 1919, The New School has been one of New York City’s best-known sites for readings, author interviews, and literature events with leading authors and thinkers.

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The New School Public Programming: Politics

The New School presents its 2015 spring semester public programming in politics, policy, and government. Since its founding in 1919, The New School has been a leader in political and social thought in New York City, with a lectures, conferences, and seminars led by world-renowned thinkers.    

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“Serial” and the Podcast Explosion

On February 5th, Eugene Lang College will host an in-depth panel discussion about the creative explosion currently taking place in the podcasting industry, marked recently by the runaway hit, “Serial.” New York Times columnist David Carr will moderate the discussion with “Serial” host and executive producer Sarah Koenig.

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Digital Labor: The Changing Face of Work in a Digital Age

The past decade is marked by the way new digital technologies have dramatically transformed the way many of us work. From November 14-16, The New School delves into what the new freelance and sharing economy means for workers’ rights.

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The New School Launches New Journalism + Design Program

This fall, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts, along with Parsons The New School for Design, will pilot a multidisciplinary undergraduate degree with $250,000 from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Students will learn to combine rigorous, evidence-based reporting and news delivery with design methodology, which focuses on innovating to […]

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bell hooks Returns for Third Residency at The New School

This fall, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts welcomes back author and radical thinker bell hooks as scholar-in-residence. 

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Emerging and Top International Artists to Convene at Annual “Days of Art and Ideas”

  Non-profit producing organization MAPP International Productions joins Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts to present the latest installment of Days of Art and Ideas, a weekend-long festival celebrating art and civic engagement. Conceived by Harlem-born artist, activist, academic, and long-time MAPP International-collaborator Sekou Sundiata (1948-2007), the festival examines the roles that art […]

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Public Programming in Writing and Literature

Readings and discussions with bell hooks, Mark Strand, Jorie Graham and other leading critics, novelists and poets.

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bell hooks Returns to Residency at Eugene Lang College

From May 5 to May 7, hooks will offer a series of three public dialogues entitled “Feminism Does The Black Female Body.”

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Memory, Authenticity, Scale, Emotion: A Discussion with the Architects of the National 9/11 Memorial Museum

On Tuesday, April 29, join the lead design architects of the 9/11 Memorial Museum and scholars for a discussion of designing and building this new landmark museum located beneath the 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan in New York, due to open this May. Architects from David Brody Bond will discuss […]

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