The Twilight of the Elites: A Conversation with Christopher Hayes and Katrina vanden Heuvel Thursday, June 14, 2012, 7:00 p.m. The New School, Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street, NYC Admission: Free; no tickets or reservations required Information: 212.229.5353 or email@example.com With his new book Twilight
Documentary on an Iconoclastic Indian Philosopher, in Production Seeks Research/Production Assistants
New School Graduate, Matthew Dougherty (‘06) is currently directing a documentary on one of the more subversive men of our time, deceased Indian “anti-guru,” U.G. Krishnamurti (not to be confused with his more famous counterpart, Jiddu Krishnamurti). The documentary is a portrait of the polarizing
Paul Millar (University of Canterbury, New Zealand) Tom Scheinfeldt (George Mason University) Steve Brier (CUNY Graduate Center) Archiving Catastrophe: Digital Humanities & Times of Disaster Thursday May 31, 2012, 6:30pm-8:30pm Room 6496 For more on this event and the CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative go to: http://cunydhi.commons.gc.cuny.edu/
International Journal of Business, Humanities and Technology (IJBHT) is an open access, peer-reviewed and refereed multidisciplinary journal published by Centre for Promoting Ideas (CPI), USA. The objective of IJBHT is to provide a forum for the publication of scientific articles in the fields of business,
Girls Write Now prides themselves on having the most passionate, hard-core staff around. They’re thoughtful, creative, articulate—and will stop at nothing to make sure the next generation of women writers thrive. With panoramic views of midtown Manhattan from our desks, almost 15 years of grassroots
Shannon Mattern, a faculty member in Media Studies, has recently published “Marginalia: Little Libraries in the Urban Margins,” an article on DIY libraries and tactical urbanism, in Places, an interdisciplinary journal of contemporary architecture, landscape and urbanism. This summer she will be a Visiting Scholar
The Student Services Announcements site has been updated with the announcements for next week. You can view them athttps://sites.google.com/a/newschool.edu/ss-announcements.
Believing in the power of filmmakers to make a difference, The Humane Society of the United States is once again presenting the Animal Content in Entertainment (ACE) Documentary Film Grant. Launched in 2006, the ACE grant is awarded to filmmakers for the creation of a
New School Student Democrats has had a very successful first semester as a student group and hopes to continue the hard work next semester. New School Student Democrats is looking for new leaders to take this group through the fall and spring of the next school year.
On Wednesday, June 13, Christiane Paul will be presenting and participating in a round table discussion at Eyebeam, presented by Eyebeam and #ArtsTech. From the event website: “Over the years, we at #ArtsTech have spent a lot of time discussing the benefits of going digital–getting
On May 17 Christiane Paul participated in a panel discussion hosted by VICE for Internet Week on the concept of the Digital Gallery. From Internet Week website: “On the one hand, the internet has expanded the potential reach for a work of art and has given
As part of the 2012 Joint Conference of the American Society for Cybernetics and the Bateson Idea Group held in Asilomar, CA from July 9-13, Carol Wilder will present 2 films: “In Honor of Gregory Bateson” February 1979. 28 minutes. Toasts to Gregory Bateson by
Shannon Mattern published an article, “Marginalia: Little Libraries in the Urban Margins,” in Places, the online journal of architecture, landscape and urbanism. The article focuses on pop-up guerrilla libraries as a tactical urbanist effort to reclaim public space.