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Global Studies professor Jonathan Bach on Public Seminar

What Remains: Everyday Encounters with the Socialist Past in Germany An excerpt from Jonathan Bach’s latest book The Taste Remains In October 1998, a squat building with oddly sloped walls and a big red M over the door appeared on a grassy empty lot in an industrial area near the former border. The oddly modernist, […]

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Trains, Tunnels, and Trees [EVENT]

Trains, Tunnels, and Trees Tuesday, November 7 at 6:30 pm at the Museum of the City of New York  In the early years of the last century, the construction of the Pennsylvania Railroad dramatically transformed New York City’s psychic and economic geography. Daring tunnels under the Hudson and East Rivers connected Manhattan to the mainland and Long Island via the […]

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Call For Applications for winter funding: Global Studies Research & Engagement Awards

Attention Global Studies majors! We are pleased to announce open competition for the Global Studies Winter Research & Engagement Awards. As in past semesters, funding is available for Global Studies majors who are planning to study, intern, or carry out self-designed research projects during winter break that relate directly to Global Studies. These grants of up to $500 may be used to defray the […]

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Curriculum Disruption Week at Urban Studies

Curriculum Disruption Week: 400 Years of Inequality is October 12-18, 2017.  The New School both denounces divisive rhetoric and hopes to mobilize the great strength of our educational mission to engage with the issues of the moment and histories of their formation. One of this year’s initiatives is a Curriculum Disruption Week entitled “400 years of inequality,” which […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Natalie Marrero

Natalie Marrero Urban Studies, Class of 2014 Current job: Executive Director, Viver Brasil Dance Company Describe yourself in 3 words Fearless, Shero, Culture-sustainer What was your favorite course at The New School and why? Rick McGehey’s course in the Master’s program was exciting for me. He had a lot of federal government experience and there was […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Helena Wasserman

Helena Wasserman Environmental Studies, Class of 2011 Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe 2017 Current job: Chief Marketing Officer, Big Data for Humans Describe yourself in 3 words Go-getter, Determined, Passionate Could you tell me a little bit about what you do with Big Data For Humans? Big Data for Humans enables travel and retail companies to […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Anita Willcox

Anita Willcox Global Studies, Class of 2013 Current job: Campaign Assistant for the Zero Mercury Campaign, European Environmental Bureau Describe yourself in 3 words Traveler, Polyglot, Environmentalist Tell us a little about your current job. I work for the European Environmental Bureau in Brussels, and, more specifically for the Zero Mercury Campaign working towards a zero […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Greg Weintraub

Greg Weintraub Global Studies, Class of 2015 Current job: Communications Coordinator, Boston Children’s Hospital Describe yourself in three words. Runner, Adventurer, Curious What was your favorite course at The New School and why? My favorite course at The New School was [Dis]Order and [In]justice, with the Global Studies Program. The class thinks about “order as a […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Josh Vogel

Josh Vogel Urban Studies, Class of 2014 Current job: Gallery Manager, Curator The Skyscraper Museum Describe yourself in 3 words Urbanist, Environmentalist, Brooklynite What was your favorite class/professor at The New School? A course called something like New York City Waterways with Rob Buchanan. It was the only summer course I ever took and we would […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Storm Hurwitz

Storm Hurwitz Global Studies, Class of 2016 Current job: Health Campaigns Specialist, The LGBT Community Center Describe yourself in three words. Resilient, Slytherin, Ravenclaw What does your job with The LGBT Community Center entail? At The LGBT Community Center I manage marketing and health campaigns for a coalition of 50+ LGBT organizations across New York State […]

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