“Exclusive: Canada police prepared to shoot Indigenous activists, documents show.” Read this article in The Guardian written by Associate Professor of Global Studies and Anthropology, Jaskiran Dhillion which reveals notes from a strategy session “for a militarized raid on ancestral lands of the Wet’suwet’en nation.”
Joseph Heathcott on cities, diversity, and politics in a globalizing age. Professor Joseph Heathcott has spent the Fall of 2019 teaching at Parsons Paris, and serving as a Visiting Scholar at L’École Urbaine, Sciences Po. While away, he has published several pieces and given invited talks based on recent photographic work and research. At […]
Check out this piece in Truth Out written by Associate Professor of Global Studies and Anthropology, Jaskiran Dhillon: “Youth Activists Tell Washington “We’re Coming for You” on Climate Change” “Their organizing transcends geographical boundaries, demanding that we open our eyes and act on our responsibility for a climate catastrophe that is, in fact, ‘made in […]
Global Studies chair Alexandra Delano has been quoted in The New Yorker, Slate, and El Pais on the recent El Paso shootings. Read her input in these pieces: The New Yorker, After El Paso, Mexico Takes a New Approach to Trump Slate, Mexico Could Finally Confront the Trump Administration After El Paso. But Does It […]
Christina McElderry, GLUE Academic & Career Advisor, Receives the Lang Success Advisor Excellence Award
Join us in congratulating GLUE Academic & Career Advisor Christina McElderry who received the Lang Success Advisor Excellence Award! Her dedication to students and to the Global, Urban, and Environmental Studies programs at The New School has not gone unnoticed and is greatly appreciated.
Geeti Das, former Global Studies Program Coordinator who graduated in Spring 2019 as a graduate of the Politics Department, received the 2019 Frieda Wunderlich Memorial Award from the Department of Politics, with the endorsement of the Dean of The New School for Social Research, for Outstanding Dissertation by an International Student for her dissertation “From […]
Global Studies chair and Associate Faculty Alexandra Délano Alonso was quoted in El País article “México triplica las deportaciones de migrantes centroamericanos con López Obrador” about Central American migrant deportations. Read more! (Photo by Pedro Anza [CUARTOSCURO])
Timon McPhearson has been awarded both the Sustainability Science Award and the Innovation in Sustainability Science Award by the Ecological Society of America, a rare and exciting career achievement for The New School’s Urban Systems Lab’s Director and Associate Professor of Urban Ecology. The Sustainability Science Award recognizes the authors of the scholarly work that makes […]
Congrats to the recipients of the Distinguished University Teaching Awards! This year’s recipients are: Laura Palermo, Eugene Lang College Jeffrey Riman, Parsons School of Design Bhawani Venkataraman, Eugene Lang College Gabriel Vignoli, Schools of Public Engagement Award for Outstanding Achievements in Social Justice Teaching: Katayoun Chamany, Eugene Lang College
Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani, part-time Urban Studies faculty, was recently interviewed by Prithi Kanakamedala for the Gotham Center for New York City History about her new book, “Contested City”. Bendiner-Viani will also be discussing the book, community, art, and planning more broadly in a panel at the Graduate Center’s Center for the Humanities on Wednesday, April 3rd, with […]
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The New School's interdisciplinary undergraduate programs in Global, Urban and Environmental Studies (GLUE) form an academic laboratory for students to delve into the manifold ways in which global forces are redefining our cities and our ecologies. Within a project-centered curriculum students develop expertise through one of our undergraduate majors and a suite of graduate programs. Students learn to synthesize and creatively employ concepts and skills from social sciences, design, and humanities, and to use this knowledge to impact their world.
- Associate Professor of Global Studies Jaskiran Dhillon’s Recent Piece on Indigenous activists
- Associate Professor of Urban Studies, Joseph Heathcott, publishes several pieces
- Celebrating Urban @ The New School – Join Us!
- Global Studies at 10 Years! Join us for our 10 year celebration
- Global Studies Research & Engagement Awards