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The New School is an innovative and progressive university in NYC that promotes individual creativity, cultural understanding, and social responsibility. Its core values include academic freedom, diversity, collaboration, and critical inquiry.
Learn to build a DEI-oriented company culture with The New School's 13-week course. Explore power, privilege, bias, and justice, and apply DEI practices in the workplace.
This course is devoted to the life and work of distinguished culinary professionals of the recent past and the present who have changed the way we eat and drink in the United States. Some are well-known to the public, others less so, but they all have le…
Food insecurity is a widespread but often invisible problem among Americans. This course, organized in collaboration with Food Bank For New York City, focuses on food insecurity in the urban context, reflecting on the systems and social dynamics that aff…
This free five-week course is dedicated to the life and work of U.S. food writing giants Judith Jones, Craig Claiborne, MFK Fisher, Clementine Paddleford, and Michael Batterberry and their work, from restaurant criticism to cookbooks and magazines.
This course, offered through The New School, is devoted to the life and work of distinguished culinary professionals of the recent past and present who have changed the way we eat and drink in the United States. We will examine the lives and legacies of…
During this six-week New School course which expands on the content of the short free course Innovators of American Cuisine 1, is dedicated to culinary giants Craig Claiborne, MKF Fisher, Edna Lewis, Marion Cunningham, Clementine Paddleford, and Michael…
This course aims to introduce graduate students to the “standard” basic methods and topics of microeconomic theory at the Ph.D. level while providing critical exposure to microeconomics as a domain of unsettled questions and live debates.
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