The New School Presents Armageddon and Indian Point: A Conversation with Helen Caldicott and Jonathan Schell

Dr. Helen Caldicott, president of the Nuclear Policy Research Institute, and Jonathan Schell, Harold Willens Peace Fellow at the Nation Institute, discuss the dangers of a prospective revival of nuclear power and weapons in the 21st century. Co-sponsored by the Wolfson Center for National Affairs and the World Policy Institute at the New School, the […]

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The New Schools Project Media Space|Public Space Presents Channels: Emerging Media Publics

In May, The New School will present Channels: Emerging Media Publics, an exhibition organized by the university’s Media Studies and Film department that explores how media, from cell phones and news network billboards to the internet, is changing the way we experience and create public space. The exhibition will be on view at the Lower […]

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Parsons The New School for Design Establishes Donna Karan Professorship in Fashion Design

Parsons The New School for Design and renowned designer and Parsons alumna Donna Karan have announced the establishment of the Donna Karan Professorship in Fashion Design. The professorship is the initial step toward creating a new Master of Fine Arts Program in Fashion Design and Society at Parsons, which will be the first program of […]

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Tishman Environment and Design Center Presents from the Farm to The Farmers Market: Sustainable Agriculture in the New York Metropolitan Region

In celebration of Earth Day 2006, The Tishman Environment and Design Center, a new initiative of The New School, is sponsoring a roundtable discussion about regional sustainable agriculture

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The India China Institute Announces Its Inaugural Conference and Appoints Ten Fellows

The India China Institute at The New School (ICI), supported by a generous $10 million grant from the Starr Foundation, will hold its inaugural conference, Cities in a World of Migration: India and China in Global Perspective,, April 28 and 29. The conference will provide a rare forum for insight into the political dimensions and […]

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Eugene Lang College Honors the Work of Legendary Choreographer Martha Graham

Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts will present a special performance of Martha Graham’s Steps in the Street, on May 5 and 6 at The Ailey Citigroup Theater as part of the school’s 20th anniversary celebration, as well as the 80th anniversary of the Martha Graham Dance Company. The piece will be […]

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Urban Conversations: Cities at Risk. Keynote Speaker: U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, Louisiana

Urban Conversations: Cities at Risk:, a conference from The Milano New School for Management and Urban Policy at The New School, examines government and civil sector preparedness and response to urban catastrophes. This dynamic group of prominent elected officials, leading journalists, academics, and other experts from across the nation, represents a variety of constituencies. Sharing […]

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The New School for Drama Launches Summer Music Theater Immersion Experience in the Heart of New York

For three weeks this June, there will be more Tony award-winning talent in a small classroom in Greenwich Village than on any Broadway stage. A select group of students will benefit from the tips of the trade from musical theater stars, choreographers, and casting agents as part of a new program just announced by The […]

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The New School to Honor Filmmaker Peter Davis as Part of Fourth Annual Dorothy H. Hirshon Film Festival

This spring, The New School and its Film and Media Studies program will present the Fourth Annual Dorothy H. Hirshon Film Festival, from April 10 through May 5, 2006. This year’s festival will focus on The War Film,, and will honor New School artist-in-residence, Peter Davis, the award-winning documentary filmmaker best known for his landmark […]

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The New School Ashbery Festival: A Three-Day Tribute to John Ashbery

From April 6 to 8, the New School’s Graduate Writing Program will present The New School Ashbery Festival, a tribute to John Ashbery, one of the most widely read and revered American poets of the past few decades both in this country and around the world. The three-day festival will feature two major presentations by […]

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