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Attend the GLUE Brownbag with Gustav Peebles!

Join us for our first GLUE Brownbag of the spring semester! Gustav Peebles, Associate Professor of Global Studies and Anthropology, will discuss: “From the mattress to microfinance: or, the counterintuitive sociality of “anti-social” hoarding” Wednesday, February 13 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. 66 West 12th Street 6th

Call for Submissions: The Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) Bridging Gaps Conference, Deadline March 18

Extended abstract deadline: March 18. 2019 NYC 2019 CMCS 8th International Conference Bridging Gaps: Re-Fashioning Stories for Celebrity Counterpublics Terrace Club at Club Quarters New York City, USA Friday, August 30 – Sunday, September 1 The Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) Bridging Gaps conference series, with the

ULC In Your Own Words Plagiarism Workshop: 2/12 at 12 pm

On Tuesday, February 12th from 12pm-1:30pm, the University Learning Center will offer a workshop on avoiding plagiarism called In Your Own Words. This workshop will show students how to use paraphrases and quotations to avoid plagiarism in their work.   This workshop will be held at 80 Fifth Ave, Room 529.  Please go here to reserve a space. 

Dalit Film Festival, 2/24 at the New School

Dalit Film and Cultural Festival (DALIFF). With the emergence of caste centric films in the mainstream Indian (also, in Nepal) film industry in recent years and its notable success has dawned upon the nu-genre of film making—the Dalit Cinema. Dalit Cinema is a newer technique

Documentary Film Internship Opportunity for PBS Doc

Documentary Internship- Post Production & Footage/Photo Research  Seeking intern to work on a feature-length independent documentary film titled CURED. CURED is a David-versus Goliath story of a small group of LGBTQ activists who battled the psychiatric establishment — and won. The documentary will illuminate a pivotal yet largely

Zolberg Film Competition

WELCOMING IMMIGRANTS TO AMERICA: A VIDEO COMPETITION ABOUT AMERICAN IMMIGRATION Are you a New School student concerned about the portrayal of refugees and immigrants? The Zolberg Institute, in coordination with the Exodus Institute, is holding a short film contest in which students are invited to

Refiguring the Future Conference, February 9-10

Refiguring the Future  Conference: February 9-10, 2019. Tickets start at just $10 and include lunch and two full days of programs! The Refiguring the Future conference convenes artists, educators, writers, and cultural strategists to envision a shared liberatory future by providing us with ideas that move beyond

Content Creators Career Panel, 2/20

Content Creators Career Panel – February 20 Description: Join our panel on careers in digital content creation, production and management. Panelists from Twitter, Atlas Obscura, Bustle and more will discuss their careers and industry trends, while offering insight and advice to those interested in the field.

Internship Opportunity: The Tällberg Foundation

The Tällberg Foundation is looking for interns to support our New York based communications and social media efforts. The primary goal of the intern position is to leverage social media to increase awareness of the Eliasson Global Leadership Prize.  This entails creating, editing and distributing multimedia

Speculative Cultures Exhibit Opens February 7, 6-8pm

FEBRUARY 07, 2019 – APRIL 14, 2019 Opening reception: Thursday, February 7, 6:00-8:00 p.m. Curated by Tina Sauerlaender (DE), Peggy Schoenegge (DE), and Erandy Vergara (MX/CA) Cultures have never existed in a set state. They are all in constant flux brought about by social, economic, and technological