New School (New York, N.Y.)
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Contact sheets, film negatives, and individual photographic prints by Bonnie Geller-Geld, documenting events and classes at The New School, circa 1986-1994. Events include performances, lectures, and panel discussions, and classroom scenes include students working on art and design projects, in music classes, and sitting in lectures.
This oral history project consists of six audio interviews conducted by New School for Public Engagement student Gerard O. Hemmerle as an independent study under the supervision of Professor Julia L. Foulkes during the Spring 2013 semester. Interviewees consist of long-serving university faculty and staff, primarily associated with what was known as the New School for Public Engagement. Recordings are all in English.
Consists of 166 audiocassette tapes recording conversations between retired investigative journalist Joseph Kahn and reporters, editors, and other media personalities invited to his courses at the New School for Social Research between 1979 and the early 1990s. Participants include Pete Hamill, Nick Pileggi, Gay Talese, and Murray Kempton, among many others. Frequent guests include Sidney Zion, Liz Smith, and Jack O'Brien.
Laura Auricchio was an art history professor at The New School, 2002-2019, who also served in several administrator roles. This born-digital collection consists of course materials and administrative records from her tenure as a faculty member and administrator, primarily in the roles of chair of humanities for the Schools of Public Engagement and dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies.
Mark Schmidt is an alumnus of Eugene Lang College at The New School who took part in the Mobilization for Real Diversity, Democracy, and Economic Justice. The Mobilization was a campus movement during the 1996-1997 school year that protested the firing of Professor M. Jacqui Alexander, an Afro-Carribbean feminist scholar and Graduate Faculty member. This small collection of materials, assembled by Schmidt, includes photographs and a video.
The New School accounting records consist of files from the Office of the Treasurer and other administrative offices documenting the finances of the university. These include construction files, financial statements from 1930-1959, and ledgers with receipts and accounts payable dating from the 1930s-1970s.