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STEM, Humanities, and Social Justice Conference

April 5: Explore interdisciplinary learning initiatives at Lang and beyond in the Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting of the SENCER Center for Innovation. Hosted by the Natural Sciences and Mathematics department.

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What Does the Language of Crisis Tell Us About the Modern World?

April 2: Didier Fassin delivers a lecture, based on empirical studies, on an attempt to define a method for a critical theory of crisis. Fassin is the James D. Wolfensohn Professor of Social Justice at Princeton.

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Lang Course Showcase

Explore a small sampling of the unique courses offered only at Lang — on subjects ranging from Buddhist literature to interactive computers to urban food systems.


Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at The New School offers an experience designed for fiercely independent scholars. You will map out your own liberal arts curriculum. You will immerse yourself in primary texts rather than textbooks, engage in small seminars rather than large lectures, work closely with liberal arts school faculty, and be part of a community committed to social justice. At Lang, you will experience intellectual freedom and scholarly rigor in a university setting in New York City. Lang students ask the big questions, challenge assumptions, and study a range of disciplines at The New School. Learn more about the opportunities available to you at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts.

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