DEADLINE: February 20, 2018 Much of the debate on borders – both academically and politically – has revolved around a dichotomy: whether they should be open, or closed. The Imaginative Mobilities seminar will shift the discussion away from the frame of open or closed borders, to re-imagine the meaning and design of borders. Starting with the […]
WINTER 2017 Academic Job Search Workshop Series This two-workshop series will help you understand the general time frame, learn about the different types of academic institutions and implications for structuring your search, the documents you may be expected to submit, strategies for finding and reading job adverts, help understand the interviewing (conference, Skype, and campus) […]
Apply for Intensive Summer Courses in Budapest CEU offers high-level, research-oriented, interdisciplinary academic one- and two-week courses in June-July 2017 in Budapest. Courses in the social sciences and humanities as well as workshops on policy issues for professional development are taught by internationally renowned scholars and policy experts. Financial aid is available for most courses. […]
See the flier below for details about a Veterans Grad School Virtual Fair taking place on February 16th.
The Office of Student Development and Activities is trying to gauge if there are enough interested students to charter a bus to Washington, D.C. on January 21, 2017. If this would be of interest to you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Million Woman March” in the subject line.
Applications for 2017-2018 Teaching Fellowships are due December 1st by 11:59 p.m. Applications are available at https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/13728 Details about all available Teaching Fellowships can be downloaded here (pdf) Working under the supervision of the chairs of the departments or programs in which they teach, Teaching Fellows are the instructors of record for their courses, and assume […]
In the light of the election, students at The New School have begun a petition to make The New School a sanctuary campus for undocumented students. The petition urges the school to protect undocumented students by restricting access that ICE has on campus and expanding scholarship programs for undocumented students to allow them to continue to […]
Democratic Constitutionalism PROGRAM CONTENT The seminar will explore the relationship between judicial review and constitutional interpretation outside the courts. It will study how those in Congress and the Executive Branch, as well as citizens in political parties and social movements, make claims on the Constitution. Using case histories involving civil rights, gun rights, abortion, same-sex […]
In late October, the dean hosted the first-ever MA Assembly. We welcomed students from NSSR departments to the informal information session which focused on career development, academic resources, and strategies for success. Here is a handout which captures much of what was presented: MA Assembly Handout (pdf) We are hoping to plan another assembly in the Spring. […]
Fri, Oct 28 | 8pm The American Slave Coast The world premiere of a special live event with readings, commentary, and music based on Ned and Constance Sublette’s powerful new book The American Slave Coast: A History of the Slave- Breeding Industry, winner of the 2016 American Book Award. Featuring Jonathan Demme, Nona Hendryx, Carl Hancock Rux, Kandia Crazy Horse, Lezlie Harrison, and others. With Donald Harrison and […]