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Monthly Archives: October 2017

ULC Workshop: Writing Research Part 2: Planning & Writing

On Tuesday November 7th from 12pm to 1:30pm, the University Learning Center (in partnership with Libraries & Archives) will be offering the workshop, Writing Research Part 2: Planning & Writing. This is the second part of a two-part workshop series: Writing Research Papers.  Topics will include methods for organizing  research in ways that are cohesive, persuasive, and

Race in the United States: Race and Reproduction – From Slavery and Genocide to Genetically Designed Babies

Speakers: Prof. Sujatha Judeson | Professor, The Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy Shanelle Matthews, Director of Communications for the Black Lives Matter Global Network | Activist-in-Residence at The New School  Topic: Race and Reproduction – From Slavery and Genocide to Genetically Designed Babies “Race in

Doc Talks Presents: Persons Of Interest

Doc Studies presents Monday, November 6 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue PERSONS OF INTEREST By Alison Maclean and Tobias Perse 2004, 63 min. Screening and Q & A with filmmaker  ALISON MACLEAN One of the significant documentaries of the 2004 Sundance

DCTV Seeking Interns for Youth Media Programs

Downtown Community Television (DCTV) is offering paid and volunteer internships in a number of participatory media programs with youth. New School students may apply and would work closely with Prof. Nitin Sawhney and Prof. Peter Lucas at the Engage Media Lab to develop and support

This Week, Celebrate Halloween Mexican Style with “Holy Blood: Mexican Horror Cinema” and Other Films

This week, celebrate Halloween Mexican style with‘Holy Blood: Mexican Horror Cinema’ series at BAMcinématek. With a broad variety that includes classics from the sixties like El Barón del Terror and The Curse of the Crying Woman to Guillermo del Toro‘s debut film Cronos in 1993. Other highlights are La Tía Alejandra by Arturo Ripstein screening today, Friday, October 27, and Santa Sangre by

Internship Opportunity at DCTV

DCTV is currently seeking interns beginning mid-November and extending through April in the following departments: Broadcast Productions, Equipment Rentals, and Post-Production/IT. Students who are passionate about independent filmmaking, media education, and the inner workings of a grassroots non-profit are encouraged to apply. DCTV is a time-honored media

Internship Opportunity at BRONXNET

Social Media Intern Position at BRONXNET The BronxNet TV digital department is looking for a social media intern to join their team. The social media intern will be responsible for the coordination and execution of BronxNet TV’s  social media strategy, working across multiple channels including

SGPIA Cities and Social Justice Concentration Mixer

Dear Students, You are invited to the SGPIA Cities and Social Justice Concentration Mixer. Find out about course offerings, meet professors and network with other students and alumni. Monday, October 30th, 4-6 PM Hirshon Suite, 55 West 13th Street, Room I-205 Wine and appetizers will be served

“Off Country” A Film By Doc Studies Alums

Off Country Resisting Nuclear Armament in the 21st Century Off Country is a documentary film on the reemerging nuclear weapons industry that provides another deadly context for President Trump’s ongoing threats of nuclear war. The horrors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are well known, but the

Job: Film Office Manager

Position Availability: Immediate Position Title: Film Office Manager (PT) Location: New York City Position Type: Administrative Position Status: Part-Time Department: Media Studies (Film Office) Responsibilities: • Responsible to monitor, maintain and oversee with a high level of accuracy and integrity for production facility and equipment.