Events Calendar

 

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Launch of the New University in Exile Consortium 6:00 pm
Launch of the New University in Exile Consortium
Sep 6 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
We are living at a time when scholars around the world are under attack, just as when the original University in Exile was established in 1933 to save academic victims of Nazism during World War II. In our own day, universities have once again been shuttered or destroyed; many scholars have been purged from their faculty positions; others seek safety from conflicts that have riven their countries. The New University in Exile Consortium (New UIE Consortium), is an initiative created by The New School to confront today’s surging threats to scholars around the world. The New UIE Consortium is a group of like-minded colleges and universities, each of which is committed to hosting at least one endangered scholar. The founding[...]
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Milano Management Brown Bag Series: An Anarchist Prehistory to Management 12:00 am
Milano Management Brown Bag Series: An Anarchist Prehistory to Management
Sep 13 @ 12:00 am – 1:00 pm
The brown bag seminar series is open to prospective students considering graduate study in management programs at the Schools of Public Engagement (SPE) at The New School. The series focus on relevant issues in the field of management highlighted in our faculty research. Milano Management faculty members will present their work through a New School lens, tying in The New School’s philosophy of Social Justice, Human Experience, Systems, Futures, and Design. Meet current students, Milano Management faculty, and learn how they provide meaningful educational experiences connecting theory to real-world practice.
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Don’t Get Caught: How the School-to-Prison Pipeline is Transforming American Kids 7:30 pm
Don’t Get Caught: How the School-to-Prison Pipeline is Transforming American Kids
Sep 17 @ 7:30 pm – Sep 17 @ 9:00 pm
From class to court? A system that finds more and more school-age children wrapped prematurely in our flawed criminal justice system continues to plague the United States. Please join Texas Observer Civil Rights Reporter Michael Barajas, Marshall Project reporter Eli Hagar, and WNYC’s Kai Wright for a discussion about the school-to-prison pipeline moderated by The Appeal’s Sarah Leonard. This event is co-sponsored by the Executive Dean’s Office of the Schools of Public Engagement and the Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment.
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Social Movements + Innovation Campus Convening #1 12:00 pm
Social Movements + Innovation Campus Convening #1
Sep 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Calling all New School activists, movement leaders, change-makers and innovators! Social Movements + Innovation is a new project on campus that is building a hub for movement leaders, collaborators, and partners to come together and think and act at the intersection of social movements and innovation. We want to co-create the infrastructure 21st-century activists and movement leaders need to do their best work. Join us to learn more about this project, meet the staff and break bread! Lunch will be served at this event!
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From Anthropocene Troubles to Utz ‘K’aslemal: Indigenous Ecologies as Bioculturally-Diverse Pathways beyond a World of Crises 1:00 pm
From Anthropocene Troubles to Utz ‘K’aslemal: Indigenous Ecologies as Bioculturally-Diverse Pathways beyond a World of Crises
Sep 26 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
A lecture by new Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management Associate Professor Leonardo E. Figueroa Helland: As we plunge into the uncertain times of the Anthropocene (a geological epoch dominated by humans) we face a convergence of global crises: from the breaching of planetary boundaries like climate change and biodiversity loss, to crises in energy and resource extractivism, food systems, economic inequality, security, health and demographics—especially migration and urbanization. Responses to these crises by dominant actors and institutions have often been superficial, delayed, fragmentary and even reactionary. They fall short of addressing the systemic dimensions of the crises, their interconnected complexity, their root causes and the intersectional forms of power and injustice enabling their hegemonic reproduction. Instead, they often replicate the[...]
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