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 […]
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 […]
Environmental Studies is proud to co-sponsor “A Livable New York” with the Elizabeth Street Garden and McNally Jackson Independent Book Sellers on March 11th, 7:00 p.m. at The New School 12th Street Auditorium. Join us for an engaging discussion on community green spaces and affordable housing, with opening remarks by our very own Mia White, […]
View our line up for the second set of the GLUE Brownbag series to take place in Spring 2019. Our first set of the GLUE Brownbag series featured the following presentations:
The Global, Urban, and Environmental Studies programs received a $15,000 grant from The New School’s India China Institute. Learn how we’re using this grant over the next two years with our updates here! Stay tuned!
Now accepting applications for the 2019 Alaska Summer Internship Program!
Friday, October 5th Wollman Hall | 65 W. 11th St, 5th Floor Please join us for an exciting event showcasing our Summer Field Programs! During the event you will learn from students and faculty about fieldwork, project, and research opportunities offered by the International Field Programs and UN Summer Study. The event will culminate with the announcement […]
Join us in congratulating Professor Joseph Heathcott, Associate Professor of Urban Studies, on a number of recent professional updates: awarded a grant from the Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative, a Mellon-Funded program based at MIT. The award is for the production of research and teaching modules related to the architecture and urbanism of the Swahili […]
Check out this op-ed in the LA Times from Global Studies chair Alexandra Délano Alonso! Mexico supports its ‘migrant heroes’ in the U.S., but ignores them when they get deported http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-delano-alonso-mexico-deportees-20180504-story.html
Congratulations to Rachel Heiman, professor of Anthropology and chair of Urban Studies, on her ACLS Fellowship! http://www.acls.org/research/fellow.aspx?cid=d1dfcedf-0a19-e811-80d3-000c299476de Rachel Heiman F’18 Associate Professor Anthropology The New School last updated: 04/03/18 ACLS Fellowship Program 2018 Associate Professor Anthropology The New School Retrofitting the American Dream: An Ethnography of Suburban Redesign Speculation about the future of the suburban […]
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GLUE @ THE NEW SCHOOL
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.