Open to Undergrad and Graduate Students. Fall 2017, Mondays 6 PM – 7:50 PM https://courses.newschool.edu/courses/NMAT5154
https://courses.newschool.edu/courses/UGLB4304 THE POLITICS OF SOCCER FALL 2017 TAUGHT BY: JACOBS, SEAN Credits: 3 Course Description: This course will explore the connections between soccer — particularly in its most “globalized” form through the World Cup and also the European professional leagues that are watched every week by hundreds
Award-winning journalist Amy Goodman host of Democracy Now!, at the New School. Friday, May 12th at 7pm. Goodman will speak about increased threats to freedom of the press and the importance of truly independent media to hold those in power accountable. In more than 20
Media Management Job Talks Week of May 8
Upcoming Job Talks for Organizational Management and leadership Candidates JOB TALK: LATHA POONAMALLEE Wednesday, April 26 11:30am-12:30pm University Center, 65 5th Avenue, Room UL105 (lower level) Latha Poonamallee, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, School of Business and Economics – Founding Director, Michigan Tech Center for Social
Please join us next Wednesday, April 19th at 4 pm as Marie Hicks presents Databite No. 97: Why Should We Care About the Failure of the British Computing Industry? This talk draws on the example of our closest historical cousin–the UK– to look at the
Faculty member Shannon Mattern and her Urban Intelligence class have partnered with Storefront for Art and Architecture to host a one-day symposium, “Smart Cities? Impossible Objects, Political Objects, Measuring Objects,” in Kellen Auditorium this Sunday, April 23, from noon to 6pm Guests include artists, designers,
SOCIAL SCIENCE IN THE AGE OF SOCIAL MEDIA Public Lecture Wed. April 19 from 6:00 – 7:30 PM 68 5th Ave, Orientation Room – M 104 Kieran Healy informally examines how social science, and especially sociology, has been affected by the rise of social media.
PRI’s The World and Across Women’s Lives Present: Taking ISIS to Court In Conversation with Nadia Murad Join PRI for an intimate conversation with Yazidi human rights activist Nadia Murad. An ISIS survivor, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and UN Goodwill Ambassador for the Dignity of Survivors
Join Jessa Lingel, Assistant Professor at the Annenberg School for Communication (University of Pennsylvania), for the launch of her new book, Digital Countercultures and the Struggle for Community. The Brown Institute (Columbia University) Friday, April 21 The book launch will also include a live drag performance,
Breaking the “Internet Bubble” Wednesday, April 5 | 6:30 PM | ICP School A panel discussion on the effects of the “Internet bubble” – how and why we tend to both consume and share media that confirms our pre-existing biases Link: https://www.icp.org/events/breaking-the-internet-bubble In the months following the 2016 election,
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THINKING DESIGN THROUGH UNTHOUGHT: THE POWER OF THE COGNITIVE NONCONSCIOUS Public Lecture Wed. March 15 from 6:00 – 7:30 PM University Center, Lecture Hall – UL105 (63 5th Ave.)
Pratt Presents: Women of Influence in the Business of Film Tuesday, March 28, 7 PM Higgins Hall Auditorium, Pratt Institute The event is free and open to the public. Reservations are required. See below for details.
Wednesday, March 1, 2017, 6:30 to 8:00 pm SVA Theatre 333 W. 23rd Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues) FOX’s hugely successful animated series, Bob’s Burgers, follows the daily life of a working class man, Bob, and his ever-quirky family who together run the restaurant
OCT. 20: INTERSECTION | PROSPECT HEIGHTS: DIALOGUE IN THE SUPERMARKET How do we talk about, argue about, and even laugh and cry about gentrification? In this session, urbanist and artist Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani will discuss her most recent public art and dialogue project in Brooklyn, Intersection |
Benji de la Piedra presents, “‘That Something Else’ Botkin, Portelli and Ellison on Democratic Pluralism and the Dialogical Encounter,”
As OHMA’s first recipient of the Jeffrey H. Brodsky Oral History Thesis Prize, Benji de la Piedra (2014) will be presenting an interdisciplinary lecture, co-sponsored by Columbia’s Center for American Studies and Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability, where he is a fellow this fall.
Building a Usable History: Rosa Parks and the Civil Rights Movement Jeanne Theoharis, Jessica Murray, Say Burgin Wednesday, September 14th, 6:30pm, Room C197 The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks (rosaparksbiography.org) is an educational website that tells the story of Parks’ lifelong work as a political
Simon Ganahl, post-doctoral visitor at the School of Media Studies, is organizing an event at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York on April 10, 2013. He will give a talk about the literary essay Third Walpurgis Night (1933) by the Austrian writer Karl Kraus (1874–1936), which