Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Summary Malcolm Carter became director of The New School's university communications in 1985. The Malcolm Carter University Communications records document the three primary areas of activity over which Carter had oversight: advertising and marketing; public relations; and publications. Materials include memoranda, letters, reports, and printed materials, encompassing the range of Carter's activities.
Dates: 1975 - 1989; Majority of material found within 1985 - 1987
Summary This collection consists of course catalogs from The New School, including continuing education courses, Eugene Lang College, the Dramatic Workshop of The New School, New School Art Workshops and the New School for Social Research, formerly known as the Graduate Faculty.
Dates: 1919 - 2017
Summary This collection consists of audio and video recordings of class discussions, guest lecturers, and special events programmed by the Human Relations Center at The New School, a long-running program organized by women and directed primarily toward the personal, social and career development of women.
Dates: 1962 - 1985
Summary The Human Relations Center was a long-running program (1951-circa 1986) at the New School organized by women and directed primarily toward the personal, social and career development of women. At the height of its popularity in the 1970s, as many as three thousand students enrolled in more than seventy-five Human Relations Center courses each semester. The collection consists primarily of materials dating from the 1970s, and includes publicity materials regarding courses, seminars and public...
Dates: 1953 - 1986; Majority of material found within 1968 - 1975
Abstract Contains 236 posters created for academic departments and administrative offices of Parsons The New School for Design, including promotional posters for summer sessions and study abroad programs, recruiting by specific departments, and publicity for exhibitions, public programs, and internship fairs. With the exception of a 1927 poster advertising a dance, the series does not contain any material created prior to 1956.
Dates: 1927 - 2006; Majority of material found within 1956 - 2006