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.
Research Matters is an ongoing series of profiles on the scholarship and honors of our
faculty, students, and alumni.
A new initiative of scholars and students from various disciplines dedicated to protecting the human rights and academic freedoms of our colleagues around the world.
Public Seminar is an extension of The New School’s legendary General Seminar, founded by the original
University in Exile scholars. Through it, we are creating a public seminar for the 21st century.
The institute will bring K. Anthony Appiah, David Harvey, and Michael Taussig to teach next summer's master classes.