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Vera List Center for Art and Politics
The Vera List Center for Art and Politics is a research institute affiliated with The New School that supports artists, hosts events, organizes exhibitions, and publishes books focused on culture and politics. The Vera List Center records include program files containing planning documents and promotional material, as well as publication and administrative files.
Parsons School of Design. Communication Design Department
Mounted posters from the exhibition, "Unity and Diversity: a selection of posters from the Communication Design Department at Parsons School of Design," created by junior-year Communication Design students at Parsons. Thirty posters were chosen for the exhibition out of 180 entries submitted to a poster competition held by the Communications Design Department around the theme of "diversity, the underlying theme of the American Republic." The exhibition was initially held at Parsons in 1994 and traveled to various sites in the United States and Canada through at least 1997.
Williams, Tracyann
Records of TracyAnn Williams, PhD, who served as director of Academic Affairs for the Bachelor's Program for Adult and Transfer Students (BPATS) in The New School's Schools of Public Engagement until she left the university in early 2020. The records may cover Williams's activities as a teacher, an advisor, and an administrator within BPATS from her arrival in 1998 until four years prior to her departure for Fordham University. Includes documentation on the university's Diversity Committee and the Diversity Task Force, the Gender Studies program, the Faculty Senate, and the student organization, Students of the African Diaspora, for whom Williams was a faculty advisor.
New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997)
The Schools of Public Engagement was formed in 2011 with the reorganization of the New School for General Studies. As of 2016, the division was comprised of five schools: the Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students (BPATS); the School of Languages; the School of Media Studies; the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy; and the Creative Writing Program. This collection also contains the records of the World Policy Institute from the period in which it was affiliated with the New School, from 1991-2008. Dating largely from the 1990s until 2014, these records contain correspondence, memoranda, reports, budget and financial material, and faculty and personnel files relating to the administration and governance of the Schools of Public Engagement and their predecessor programs, departments, and schools. Some files are restricted. Please email for details.
New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music
The School of Jazz and Contemporary Music was established at The New School in 1986 and, as of 2020, is a department within the College of Performing Arts. These records, largely compiled by former dean Martin Mueller, cover the School of Jazz from its inception to Mueller's retirement in 2016. Formats includes audiovisual recordings, budget records, clippings, correspondence, floor plans, fundraising records with particular emphasis on the Beacons in Jazz program, manuals, photographs, publicity materials, and reports and studies. The International Association of Schools of Jazz of which Mueller was a founding member is also well documented in the records.
Beattie, R. Sherman
Manuscripts of unpublished books based on transcripts of proceedings of Symposium on Nuclear Science and Human Need held April 6-7, 1962, and of the three-part symposium Discriminating about Discrimination held March 20-21, 1964, April 2-3, 1965, and April 1-2, 1966. Manuscripts edited by R. Sherman Beattie. All meetings held on the campus of the University of Buffalo (1962) and the successor institution the State University of New York at Buffalo (1964-1966). Includes copies of programs and biographical data and photographs of speakers and moderators.
New School (New York, N.Y.)
This collection contains physical and digital materials created by office staff and administrators in the Dean's Office of the Schools of Public Engagement Bachelors Program for Adults and Transfer Students. This material was intended for use by the Dean's Office in its communication with students, faculty, and other New School administrative units.