In the spring semester, the MA TESOL program will offer English in the World and Language and Social Justice, both classes of interest to a diversity of undergraduate and graduate students. The classes are also on Open Campus.
Concept Work and Materialization UTNS 6450 Integrated Seminar This class will be taught by Anthony Dunne & Fiona Raby (Design) and Janet Roitman (Anthropology) as part of The New School’s Integrative PhD Fellowship Program. The seminar brings together two distinct but complementary modes of inquiry: 1) anthropological
CoLAB is a 10 month fellowship for multidisciplinary non-fiction focused on artist development and the creation of short projects working together in a group. SDL is a 5 week intensive for filmmakers with feature docs in early development that pushes their projects towards full production
Race in the United States Course Open to Students, Alum, Faculty and Staff Race in the United States. Led by the Milano School’s Michelle DePass, Darrick Hamilton, and Maya Wiley, this course brings together activists, scholars, experts, and thought leaders to examine such pressing issues
A keystone program of the Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative (IEI), the Venture Lab is designed to support graduate students and upper undergraduates (juniors and seniors) at The New School in developing financially sustainable ventures that address critical societal challenges and demonstrate the potential for scalable impact.
We are pleased to announce to upcoming resume writing workshops. Bootcamp I: Friday 25th August Learn how to assess your talents and emphasize your accomplishments at the first of two workshops on writing the perfect resume. Register to attend on The Village Bootcamp II: Thursday
Global Youth Media NINT: 5302 Wednesday: 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Fall Semester 2017 Peter Lucas firstname.lastname@example.org Course Description: In this seminar, students will study the international youth media movement and its relationship to human rights, peace education, the ethics of care, and transformative critical pedagogy. We
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
Join filmmaker Lynne Sachs and our friends @UnionDocs Sept 8-10 for A Letter to the World: Experiments in Essay Filmmaking, a 3-day intensive on the theory and practice of essay films. Open to filmmakers, students, artists, scholars and more, this intensive enables artists to articulate their ideas
Below are Milano courses being offered in the Fall.. They are flexible, inter-sectional and highly recommended. For more information on each course please see the attached flyers. If you still have questions after reading the flyers, feel free to contact us at email@example.com. NURP 5004
Broncolor lighting workshop is a special program designed to provide professional photographers, assistants, and students how to effectively use Broncolor products from world famous Broncolor staff photographer, Nadia Winzenried. Nadia’s lighting training will demonstrate professional studio lighting techniques for high-end commercial and fashion photography. The course
There are still 4 spots open in the course Cynthia Lawson (Parsons) and Fabiola Berdiel (Milano) are co-teaching this spring. It has been taught since 2008 (under a different title, “Designing Collaborative Development”) and always has a wonderful mix of Parsons, Milano, Lang, Media Studies,
The School of Drama is offering the course again next Spring and applications are now open for Media Studies students to apply for roles as key collaborators on 3 short narrative films. The Cinema Project Workshop course is now in its 4th year and has
Emergent Citizen Media Course School of Media Studies Media Studies has announced a special opportunity for TNS students to participate in a 1-credit project-based course on the topic of “Emergent Citizen Media Activism” taught by Bob McKinnon, the School of Media Studies’ Entrepreneur-in-Residence. Students will have
Don’t miss your opportunity to discover, learn and explore the many facets of Media Studies by enrolling in the courses below. Please download the Spring 2015 course guide for more detailed course descriptions. “Curatorial Design & Media” with Nitin Sawhney “Fund. of Sociology of Media”
My course, Animal Images: Representation of the Non-Human Animal, has been listed on the resource site for the Human-Animal Studies (HAS) group at the Animal Studies Institute (with a link to SMS/NSPE): Course Description: http://www.animalsandsociety.org/pages/has-courses-in-media-and-communication Syllabus: http://www.animalsandsociety.org/static/resources-publications?tcid=151&_i=res View final project blog/journal site: animalcollectivism.com
The Foundation Course for the GPIA Media and Culture concentration will be offered in the summer session which begins the week of June 3rd. This course is being offered to Media Studies students as a general elective, and will be taught by Prof. Nina Khrushcheva.