Professors from The New School are available to speak about the Paris Accords, climate change, and environmental justice issues
A premier screening of the first episode of borderless, a documentary series and digital platform following musician-activist Stephan Said as he travels the globe, engaging with individuals at the frontlines of the world’s most pressing humanitarian crises.
Anna Sui, fashion designer; Ai-jen Poo, an activist on behalf of domestic workers and the elderly; and Barbara Hillary, an explorer and cancer survivor, who, at the age of 75, was the first African American woman to reach the North Pole, will receive honorary degrees and address graduates at The New School’s 81st commencement exercises […]
Scholars explore the concept of invisibility in the context of science, politics, culture, and society in Invisibility: The Power of an Idea, a concerence presented by the Center for Public Scholarship at The New School April 20 and 21.
Experts Explore How America Is Viewed By The Rest Of The World In The Wake Of The 2016 Presidential Election
In the aftermath of the 2016 U.S. election, and a disruptive first 100 days of the new presidency, the United States is, again, under intense scrutiny from the international community. Their America: the U.S.in the Eyes of the Rest of the World Post Election brings together experts on China, Israel and Palestine, Latin America, the […]
Study: Conflict Is Driven By Perceptions Of Fair Or Unfair Treatment, Nor Religious, Ethnic, And Political Differences
We often conceive of modern conflict as being the result of sectarian, ethnic, or ideological divisions. But according to a new study, those aren’t necessarily the factors driving tension and strife.
Alex Aleinikoff, Zolberg Institute Director And Former Deputy High Commissioner At Un Refugee Angency, Available For Comment On Trump Executive Orders On Immigration
Alex Aleinikoff, director of the Zolberg Institute on Migration & Mobility at The New School for Social Research (NSSR) and former Deputy High Commissioner at the UN Refugee Agency, is available for comment on President Trump’s executive orders on immigration.
The New School partners with Sundance Film Festival to provide an engaging discussion: how experimental storytelling forms can provoke social inquiry and activism.
Faculty members at The New School, a progressive New York City university with programs in politics, policy, and international affairs, are available for comment on the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump and the incoming Trump administration.
The New School’s Creative Publishing And Critical Journalism Program Announces Inaugural CPCJ Awards Honoring Socially Engaged Journalists
Students and faculty members from the Creative Publishing and Critical Journalism (CPCJ) MA Program at The New School present the inaugural CPCJ Awards. The prize honors journalists and publishers whose work in 2016 shifted public discourse on such pressing issues as the campaign to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, sexual assault, and underreporting of people […]
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In the Headlines
Katya Ekimian, BFA Fashion Design ’21, designed a dress for the Met gala (The New York Times)
A study by NSSR/Milano faculty member Darrick Hamilton sheds new light on America’s racial wealth gap (Think Progress)
A study by NSSR’s Shai Davidai confirms that you’re really going to regret not chasing your crazy dreams (Inc.)
Susan Rubin, Illustration ’82, is an accomplished pet trainer, and gives her recommendations for a healthier life for senior dogs (Consumer Advocates)
Alexandra Délano, chair of Global Studies, penned an op-ed on how the Mexican government supports its ‘migrant heroes’ while shunning individuals who are deported back to the country (The Los Angeles Times)