Who Owns The World?, the fifth conference on “platform cooperativism,” is coming to The New School in New York City on November 7-9, 2019.
VENEZUELA IN CRISIS: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? A CONVERSATION BETWEEN VENEZUELAN HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST GONZALO HIMIOB SANTOMÉ AND JOANNA HAUSMANN, VENEZUELAN-AMERICAN ACTRESS AND COMEDIAN
A wide-ranging conversation between Gonzalo Himiob Santomé, acclaimed Venezuelan human rights attorney, author and recipient of the 2019 Civil Courage Prize, and Joanna Hausmann, Venezuelan-American actress and comedian, about the status of democracy in Venezuela, the regime of Nicolás Maduro, and what civic institutions need to support change.
The Vera List Center For Art And Politics At The New School Announces 2019 Forum Honoring Chimurenga And The Jane Lombard Fellows
The Digital Equity Lab Analyzes Risks and Proposes Strategies in Preparation for the First Digital Census
The Digital Equity Lab (DEL) at The New School released a report this week providing recommendations for addressing the risks associated with the transition to a digital decennial census, set to be conducted for the first time in 2020.
Despite its early history as a national leader in safeguarding the interests of workers injured on the job, the focus of workers’ compensation in New York has shifted from fairly compensating injured workers to minimizing employer costs, according to a new report from the Center for New York City Affairs at The New School…
The Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs and the Observatory on Latin America presents a conversation with Maria Fernanda Espinosa, the President of the UN General Assembly. The ambassador will. be discussing multilateralism on both the global and regional level and how the United Nations can be an effective and relevant institution as it turns 75 in […]
On Wednesday, April 10, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced its list of 2019 Guggenheim Fellows. Among those honored with the prestigious fellowship are two professors of writing and literature at The New School: Helen Schulman, professor of writing and chair of Fiction in the MFA Creative Writing Program at the Schools of Public […]
Tishman Environment and Design Center Earth Week Events Focus on Environmental Justice, Sustainability, and Climate Change
The craft of food writing continues to be in transition from the traditional world of magazines, newspapers, and cookbooks, to the digital world of food blogs, digital books, websites, online restaurant reviewing, food photography, and the influence of social media networks. Industrial professionals and experts predict that in the years to come, there will be […]
THE FUTURE OF DATA JUSTICE EXAMINES THE IMPACT THAT DATA COLLECTION AND SURVEILLANCE HAS ON MARGINALIZED POPULATIONS
Three years of research in Detroit, Charlotte, and, Los Angeles, has culminated in the creation of the Digital Defense Playbook: Community Power Tools for Reclaiming Data. The research examines the disproportionate way data trails can adversely impact marginalized populations.
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In the Headlines
Katya Ekimian, BFA Fashion Design ’21, designed a dress for the Met gala (The New York Times)
A study by NSSR/Milano faculty member Darrick Hamilton sheds new light on America’s racial wealth gap (Think Progress)
A study by NSSR’s Shai Davidai confirms that you’re really going to regret not chasing your crazy dreams (Inc.)
Susan Rubin, Illustration ’82, is an accomplished pet trainer, and gives her recommendations for a healthier life for senior dogs (Consumer Advocates)
Alexandra Délano, chair of Global Studies, penned an op-ed on how the Mexican government supports its ‘migrant heroes’ while shunning individuals who are deported back to the country (The Los Angeles Times)