Parsons Dean Paul Goldberger in Conversation with Bruce Mau

On Thursday, December 15, Parsons The New School for Design will present the second in the season’s At the Parsons Table, when visionary designer Bruce Mau joins Parsons Dean Paul Goldberger for a lively discussion that will address some of the most topical issues in the field of design. Presented before a live audience at […]

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Mannes College The New School for Music Present The Mannes Orchestra Performing Mozart’s Symphony No. 38 and Mahler’s Symphony No. 1 Conducted by Paul Nadler

Mannes College The New School for Music present The Mannes Orchestra, conducted by Paul Nadler, performing Mozart’s Symphony No. 38 and Mahler’s Symphony No. 1.

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The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music presents Bill Kirchner and Friends

The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music presents Bill Kirchner, a world-class saxophonist, composer-arranger, bandleader, jazz historian, record and radio producer, and member of the New School Jazz faculty. To celebrate the release of his new CD Everything I Love, Bill will be joined by a group of stellar artists who will perform an […]

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The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music presents the Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra

The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music presents a free concert by the New School Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra. Led by renowned drummer, percussionist, composer, arranger, educator, Grammy nominee, and native Nuyorican Bobby Sanabria, the Orchestra will be joined by special guest artist, legendary Cuban conga master Candido Camero.

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Mannes College The New School for Music presents The Late Romantics Festival

Mannes College The New School for Music presents a gala event celebrating the conclusion of a year-long festival The Late Romantics., During 2005, legendary figures of musical romanticism from the mid-19th to the early-20th century were brought back to life through concerts and master classes featuring Vladimir Feltsman, Richard Goode, Eteri Andjaparidze, and many other […]

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New Perspectives on Leo Strauss from America and Europe: A New School for Social Research Conference

The New School for Social Research presents New Perspectives on Leo Strauss from America and Europe,, a unique conference that brings together leading intellectuals and scholars from across the political spectrum to offer fresh thoughts about the work and legacy of Leo Strauss, one of the most influential political philosophers of the twentieth century. Between […]

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The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music Calendar of Events – December 2005

The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music presents an exciting series of concerts and special events, including Monday Nights at Sweet Rhythm, its concert series at its New York’s premier jazz club, Sweet Rhythm, featuring New School Jazz students, alumni, and special guest artists.

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The New School and Act-UAW Create Historic Agreement for Part-Time Faculty

The New School set an historic precedent on Monday, October 31 with the generous and creative agreement that was tentatively reached with the union that represents our part-time faculty, ACT-UAW. With the ratification of this agreement, The New School will become the first private university to guarantee job security to part-time faculty. Bob Kerrey, president […]

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The Race For Mayor 2005: Of Politics And Policy

In this election year, why have some issues been politically charged while others remain off the agenda? Have the mayoral candidates offered meaningful visions of the future? What are the most pressing problems facing the next administration ‘ and have the candidates offered valid solutions? A follow-up to the publication of “Framing the Debate 2005: […]

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The Parallax of Evil: Domination and Hegemony. A Public Dialogue between Jean Baudrillard and Sylvère Lotringer

For nearly forty years, outlaw sociologist and philosopher Jean Baudrillard has challenged all existing theories of contemporary society with implacable humor and irreverence. As a consequence, he has been called a pessimist, a nihilist, an agent provocateur, a dandy, a traitor. Renouncing both alienation and liberation at once, proclaiming the end of production while dismissing […]

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