The New School for Social Research is rooted in a legacy of theoretically informed, historically grounded scholarship. We offer rigorous graduate programs in the social sciences and humanities that go beyond mainstream thought. The New School’s diverse community further enriches students’ education. This university is home to world-renowned scholars, practitioners, and innovators who open minds and doors to civically engaged inquiry and opportunities.
The institute, held in South Africa, brought together 34 young scholars and civil society practitioners from Africa, Europe, Latin America, North America, and Asia.
Anthropology professor Ann Stoler discusses the launch of NSSR's new summer program, the Institute for Critical Social Inquiry.
The German Research Foundation funds an international comparative analysis on the topic of wealth and income disparity in Germany and the United States.
Politics and Liberal Studies professor Jim Miller shares his take on the new MA in Creative Publishing and Critical Journalism.