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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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Eiko Otake in Residence at Eugene Lang College

Internationally renowned choreographer, director, performer, and teacher EIKO OTAKE will present a durational performance, scored in collaboration with her students, that explores the intersection of private bodies with public space, on April 14 and April 21. In addition, Eiko will lead an open movement workshop on April 28.

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Writing and Literature Public Programming: Spring 2014

Arundhati Roy, Robert Caro, Ben Fountain, the National Book Critics Circle Awards & More

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The Speech: The Story Behind Martin Luther King’s Dream, 11/1

Join Gary Younge, a columnist for The Guardian and the Nation and the author of The Speech; Jeanne Theoharis, Professor of Political Science, Brooklyn College; and Mychal Denzel Smith, Knobler Fellow at The Nation Institute as they revisit Dr. King’s iconic presentation and explore the fascinating chronicle behind it and other events surrounding the March […]

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Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts Names bell hooks First Scholar-in-Residence

NEW YORK – OCTOBER 2, 2013 — This fall, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts welcomes author and radical thinker bell hooks for a weeklong residency, featuring classes, seminars, and public events. The residency will run from November 4 to November 8.

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Art and Design Public Programming, Fall/Winter 2013

The New School, including Parsons The New School for Design and the Vera List Center for Art and Politics, has announced its art and design public programming for the fall season.

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Public Programming in Writing and Literature

This fall, the New School’s acclaimed public programming in writing and literature will feature A.M. Homes, Geoff Dyer, Charles Blow, The National Book Awards Reading and more.

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Public Programming in Politics, Policy and Government

This fall the New School’s acclaimed public programming will explore the Syrian Civil War, America’s Surveillance state, Eric Hobsbawm’s legacy and more.

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Barney Frank to Speak at The New School, June 4

The Center for Public Scholarship will host Congressman Barney Frank and economist Robert Pollin in discussion entitled “Cutting U.S. Military Spending and Reducing the Federal Deficit in a Socially Responsible Way.”

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