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.

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Exploring Design Responses To Political Trauma

The New School presents Making Home in Wounded Places: Memory, Design, and the Spatial, an international symposium exploring how the built environment can be used to mitigate human suffering.

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Artists Explore Relationships to ‘Wounded Places’

The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center (SJDC) at Parsons School of Design presents Far Away from Where?, a multimedia exhibition featuring international artists who explore their relationships to “wounded places” — sites of political conflict, communities marred by turmoil, and temporary refugee settlements that become permanent — and the histories they embody.

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Parsons School Of Design And Panasonic Team Up To Create Wearable Technology Pieces And Experiences That Address Wellness Needs

The New School’s Parsons School of Design and Panasonic Corporation, the Japanese multinational electronics company, have teamed up to create wearable technology pieces and experiences that address wellness needs.

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The New School Celebrates The Installation Of Frank Stella’s Deauville

The New School celebrates the installation of Frank Stella’s Deauville, a monumental 45-foot painting from the artist’s 1970s Race Track series. The most significant single gift ever given to The New School Art Collection, Deauville grew out of the artist’s interest in horseracing and is named after a racetrack in Deauville, a French seaside resort on the […]

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The New School’s Eugene Lang College Receives $2.5 Million Donation for Endowed Professorship of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

The donation will support the university’s Natural Sciences and Mathematics department, and create the first endowed professorship in Eugene Lang College

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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.

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Exhibition Offers Close-up Of Migrant Experience On U.S.-Mexico Border

The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center (SJDC) at The New School’s Parsons School of Design presents State of Exception/Estado de Excepción, an exhibition featuring traces of the human experience of migration, including objects left behind by unauthorized border crossers on their journey through the desert into the United States. Together with other forms of related material, […]

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Immersive Storytelling Symposium At Parsons School Of Design

Parsons School of Design at The New School presents a one-day symposium about the explosion of affordable virtual and augmented reality technologies. The event will take a critical look at the impact of new mass media technologies such as the Gear VR/Oculus Rift, Google Daydream/Cardboard, HTC Vive, MS Hololens and their “immersive” effects on theater, games, news, […]

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A Culinary Celebration Of America’s Founding Mothers

Joanna Pruess, Culinary historian and chef, and Kelsey Brow, curator at the King Manor Museum, present A Culinary Celebration of America’s Founding Mothers: Martha, Abigail, and Dolley, a lively dialogue about the legacy of three of America’s First Ladies: Martha Washington, Abigail Adams, and Dolley Madison, and their friends. The event, which is sponsored by […]

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