Naomi Klein to Speak on Climate Change, New Book at The New School

On the eve of the People’s Climate March, journalist and best-selling author Naomi Klein will present her first book in seven years, This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate at The New School, the first stop on a national tour. 

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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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Art and Design Public Programs: Fall – Winter 2014

Cutting-edge art exhibitions, pop-up classes and talks by artists Jeff Koons and Toni Dove, and curator Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev.

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The 2014-15 Schneider Concerts

One of New York’s longest-running chamber music series returns with Amphion String Quartet, Musicians from Marlboro, Jasper String Quartet, Dover String Quartet and more.

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Mark Gibbel Named Chief Development Officer

  “Productive relationships with our supporters, alumni, and institutional and corporate partners are crucial to The New School’s mission of preparing the next generation of creative thinkers,” said President David E. Van Zandt. “Mark has an impressive track record of cultivating such relationships, as well as a deep understanding of and belief in The New […]

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Emerging and Top International Artists to Convene at Annual “Days of Art and Ideas”

  Non-profit producing organization MAPP International Productions joins Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts to present the latest installment of Days of Art and Ideas, a weekend-long festival celebrating art and civic engagement. Conceived by Harlem-born artist, activist, academic, and long-time MAPP International-collaborator Sekou Sundiata (1948-2007), the festival examines the roles that art […]

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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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Simon Collins Announces Plans to Step Down as Dean of Parsons School of Fashion

Collins will step down from his position in December, 2014.

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Jeff Smith Available for Comment on Ferguson, Missouri Clashes

Jeff Smith, a New School politics professor and former Missouri State Senator is available for interviews and commentary on the political, social, and economic implications of the recent unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.

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‘EarlyLearn’ Education Effort Falling Short of Lofty Goals, Finds Center for NYC Affairs Report

An ambitious initiative to improve subsidized early childhood education and expand licensed care of toddlers in low-income, working families has produced, at best, mixed results, a report released today by the Center for New York City Affairs at The New School finds.

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