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Designing Engaged Learning Project Showcase

Projects showcase of Designing Engaged Learning studio. Co-taught with Pauline Gourlet, a visiting researcher completing her doctoral work in France and SMS Professor Nitin Sawhney. It’ll be an informal pop-up exhibit of emerging projects by students in Media Studies, Milano and Parsons on Thursday4pm-6pm on the 6th

MEDIAxWOMEN honors Carol Wilder

Join us for a behind the scenes presentation by acclaimed filmmaker Carol Wilder, screening of her Puttin’ on the Dog documentary short with Q& A session. A media creatives networking soiree to follow. To RSVP Click Here About the film: Malcolm Sidney wasn’t any ordinary

Shannon Mattern Publishes New Article, Gives Two Talks

Faculty member Shannon Mattern recently published an interview with Ben Vershbow, former director of NYPL Labs, in Urban Omnibus. She also served as one of three invited speakers at the national academic librarians’ conference in Baltimore on March 23, and on March 31 she’ll be talking about information architectures at the Yale School

Black Studies in New School Libraries Video Trial

The New School Libraries & Archives will have a trial subscription to Black Studies in Video (streaming video). The trial will run until 4/24/2017. Please use this link to access the content. Please submit any feedback you might have on this video collection via this form. This will help Libraries

Call for Submissions: riverSedge Journal

riverSedge is a journal of art and literature with an understanding of its place in the nation. riverSedge exists to provide an outlet for writers and artists of excellence in the genres of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, dramatic writing, visual art, interviews, and critical reviews.

When Experimental Storytelling Provokes Social Inquiry

At this year’s Sundance Film Festival, New School faculty from across the university are hosting a conversation: When Experimental Storytelling Provokes Social Inquiry. To join this influential talk, even if you aren’t in the mountains of Park City, UT, livestream from The New School website. Professors are coming

Nitin Sawhney Participates in TNS Panel at Sundance

Media Studies Professor, Nitin Sawhney will join the “When Experimental Storytelling Provokes Social Inquiry” at Sundance Film Festival on Jan 22, 2017 at CINETRANSFORMER, 500 Main Street, Park City, Utah 84060 . It will be livestreamed from 11am onward. https://medium.com/@TheNewSchool/the-new-school-at-sundance-film-festival-2017-when-experimental-storytelling-provokes-social-9d20c8373184#.hhuhxf2tt

Shannon Mattern Published Article on History of the Bookshelf

Media Studies Professor, Shannon Mattern has published an illustrated article on the history of the bookshelf for a special “storage” issue of Harvard Design Magazine, and her “Of Mud, Media and the Metropolis: Aggregating Histories of Writing and Urbanization” was included in a special “Mediated Geologies” issue

Peter Asaro Quoted in Motherboard

Media Studies professor, Peter Asaro was quoted in a Motherboard article, The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots Makes Incremental Progress at the UN on December 19, 2016: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_uk/read/the-campaign-to-stop-killer-robots-makes-incremental-progress-at-the-un

Peter Asaro Interviewed by Future of Life Institute

Media Studies  Professor, Peter Asaro was interviewed twice recently by writers for the Future of Life Institute, who have also funded his research: http://futureoflife.org/2016/11/21/peter-asaro-autonomous-weapons/ http://futureoflife.org/2016/11/30/autonomous-weapons-interview-experts/ One of the interviews was picked up by Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/experts-weigh-in-on-autonomous-weapons_us_58409970e4b0b93e10f8e088

Call for Papers For Conference: Formalism and Its Discontents

Formalism and Its Discontents, An Interdisciplinary Conference Center for Cultural Analysis, Rutgers University, 23-24 February, 2017 With keynote presentations by: Caroline Levine Professor of English and David and Kathleen Ryan Professor of Humanities Cornell University Author of Forms: Whole, Rhythm, Hierarchy, Network (Princeton University Press,