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Rethinking Economics, September 12 through 14

Deirdre McCloskey, Paul Krugman, Richard Woflf, James K. Galbraith, Michael Sandel and more

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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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Climate Change Demands Change. Why Aren’t We?

A Center for Public Scholarship conference.  April 23 and 24 at The New School and on Livestream.

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The New School for Research Launches the Zolberg Center on Global Migration

Launch Celebrated on March 5 with Address by Kenneth Prewitt: “What is Your Race? And Why Does the State Want to Know?”

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Samantha Power to Speak at The New School: Updated Time

On Thursday, January 30, the Center for Public Scholarship at The New School for Social Research will celebrate the 80th anniversary of the University in Exile with a screening of Hannah Arendt, a lecture by Samantha Power, and more.

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Surveillance in the US

As debate on Edward Snowden’s revelations of the NSA’s surveillance practices rages, on December 5 the New School’s Center for Public Scholarship presents its Fifth Public Voices Lecture: Surveillance in the U.S.

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Center for Public Scholarship Presents CORRUPTION, the 30th Social Research Conference

International scholars and activists including Peter Eigen, James Jacobs, Alina Mungiu-Pippidi will speak at the November 21-22 conference.

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“Iran: Silenced, Expelled and Imprisoned” November 13 Panel Discussion

Amnesty International and the Center for Public Scholarship at The New School welcome Iranian activists and scholars to explore academic repression in Iran.

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Austerity Explored in New Edition of “Social Research”

Experts including Teresa Ghilarducci, Willi Semmler, Robert Pollin, Rick McGahey and more examine a failed policy.

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