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Academic Freedom, Free Expression And China’s Quest For World Class Universities

The Center for Public Scholarship’s  Endangered Scholars Worldwide, Scholars at Risk Network and University of New Orleans Press present Academic Freedom, Free Expression and China’s Quest for World-Class Universities, a panel discussion on China’s higher education system, its goals and difficulties.

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The New School For Social Research Presents: Little Magazines & The Conversation Of Culture In America

The New School for Social Research (NSSR) presents little magazines & The Conversation of Culture in America, a two-day conference to ignite a conversation between contemporary journalism and politics. The conferences also celebrates of NSSR’s newly launched M.A. in Creative Publishing & Critical Journalism and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Salmagundi Magazine.

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The New School’s Center For Public Scholarship Hosts Discussion On ‘Problematic Future Of Higher Education’

The Center for Public Scholarship at The New School presents the 7th Public Voices lecture series, a discussion of the ways in which higher education is being shaped and reshaped by politics. Topics to be explored include the demand for outcome-based education, the emergence of massive open online courses, the shift to for-profit models, the heightened […]

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Conference To Explore The Links Between Adverse Childhood Experiences And Later Problematic Health Outcomes

The New School For Social Research, The Center for Attachment Research and The Society for Emotion and Attachment Studies present the 7th International Attachment Conference, a three-day event designed to explore the links between adverse childhood experiences and later problematic health outcomes.

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Jay Bernstein, Judith Butler And Gayatri Spivak To Lead Seminars At The Institute For Critical Social Inquiry

This summer, The New School’s Institute for Critical Social Inquiry (ICSI), will launch its second year of Summer Seminars. Housed at The New School for Social Research (NSSR) in New York City, the ICSI, founded and directed by Ann Laura Stoler, offers advanced graduate students and faculty from around the world a weeklong Fellowship in which they work closely with eminent scholars […]

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Sanctions and Divestments Conference at The New School

The Center for Public Scholarship presents the 33rd Social Research conference, dedicated to exploring the ways in which sanctions and divestments have been used to influence the policies of governments regarding important issues like nuclear disarmament, climate change, and human rights.

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The New School For Social Research Broadens Board Leadership

The New School for Social Research (NSSR) announced today that it has added five new members to its Board of Governors. The expansion represents a strategic move to broaden the experience base and the geographical composition of the Board to better support the needs of the school.

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The New School’s Vera List Center for Art and Politics Presents “Speculation, Now”

  On February 18, The Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School will present Speculation, Now, the center’s latest work exploring moments of uncertainty across a number of different fields and industries.

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The New School Unveils Comprehensive Climate Action Plan

The New School begins 2015 by announcing the foundations of a comprehensive climate action plan for its community to address climate change. To launch this new initiative, The New School’s Board of Trustees approved a motion in late 2014 to divest from all fossil fuels. It is the second largest university in the world to do […]

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Ai Weiwei, Renowned Artist And Chinese Dissident, To Participate In Fear Of Art Conference At The New School

Ai Weiwei, Renowned Artist And Chinese Dissident, To Participate In Fear Of Art Conference At The New School

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