The New School for Social Research (NSSR) fosters progressive scholarship that engages with the most pressing issues of our time. In keeping with our history of heterodox inquiry, our faculty, students, and alumni are constantly rethinking and redefining research and pedagogy in the social sciences, history, and philosophy. We invite you to learn more about the intellectual community of The New School for Social Research through profiles, discussions of ongoing research projects, and announcements of new publications by our faculty, students, and alumni.
Professor of History
Henry A. and Louise Loeb Professor of Political and Social Science
Professor of Politics and Liberal Studies
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Willy Brandt Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and History
Professor of Culture and Media
Assistant Professor of Politics
Democratizing Economics: the Heterodox Approach of Two NSSR Graduate Students
Leo Model Professor of Economics
Professor of Psychology
Hans Jonas Professor of Philosophy
University in Exile Professor of Sociology
Uneasy Street: Sociology Professor Rachel Sherman’s New Book Tackles the Anxieties o...
Against Occidentalism: A Conversation with Alice Crary and Philosophy PhD Alum Vishw...