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Introduction to Careers in Social Work & Counseling
Few students interested in entering the helping profession know the difference between a licensed clinical social worker, a marriage and family therapist, and a licensed professional counselor. This course introduces students to career options and pathways in fields of social work and counseling. Focusing on the essentials of therapeutic practice with individuals, families, couples, and groups, we define and discuss ...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 3960 - NPSY 0850 A
  • Frank, Michele
Aug 29 - Dec 12
On Campus
Thursday
8:00 - 9:50 PM
Fall 2019
Theories of Personality
Personality can be understood through a variety of theoretical perspectives, including psychoanalytic, trait-based, biological, behavioral, cognitive, and humanistic approaches. This course provides a survey of these perspectives and their supporting research and introduces various approaches to the assessment of personality in clinical and organizational settings. The class also examines personality disorders, inclu...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 3961 - NPSY 0401 A
  • Shames-Dawson, Ali
Aug 26 - Dec 16
On Campus
Monday
4:00 - 5:50 PM
Fall 2019
Psychology of Women and Gender
How has Western psychology understood the concept of Gender? How have conceptualizations of Gender changed over time? Over the past 35 years, feminist psychologists have challenged what we study, who we study, how we study, and what we (think) we know about gender in psychology. Feminist psychology has both informed, and been transformed by, movements in Queer Theory, Critical Race Theory, and Disability Studies. The...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 5332 - NPSY 0841 A
  • Rubin, Lisa
Aug 26 - Dec 16
On Campus
Monday
1:55 - 3:45 PM
Fall 2019
Object Relations: The Inner and Outer World of Relationships
The School of Object Relations is based upon the theory that inner imprints from past relationships shape an individual’s current way of perceiving, making meaning of, and reacting to others. Attention is paid to how an individual develops a self through relationships in the family and how this self, in turn, relates in a characteristic way to others throughout life. In this course, we study the main concepts of the ...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 7063 - NPSY 0445 A
  • Simko, Patricia
Aug 28 - Dec 11
On Campus
Wednesday
4:00 - 5:50 PM
Fall 2019
New York Art Scene/Fall 2019
Each week, students visit a different exhibition. Course lectures illuminate the exhibitions in historical context and from a broader cultural perspective. Guest speakers include artists, gallery owners, curators, and art critics. We view a mix of contemporary and historical shows and compare the artworks we have seen. The New York art world offers eye-opening experiences for those who know how and where to look.
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 5321 - NARH 0010 A
  • Zinsser, John
Aug 29 - Dec 12
On Campus
Thursday
4:00 - 5:50 PM
Fall 2019
Alternative Architecture
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 7085 - NARH 0876 A
  • Bills, Emily
Aug 26 - Dec 15
Online
Fall 2019
European and American Modernism in the Visual Arts
This course begins with the last impressionist exhibition in 1886 and concludes with Primary Structures, an exhibition of minimalism in New York in 1966. This period witnessed a radical expansion in the definition of artistic practice and the art object. We discuss artistic debates and visual works by post-impressionists, expression- ists, cubists, futurists, Dadaists, surrealists, Russian constructivists, abstract e...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 7097 - NARH 0702 A
  • Mendelson, Valerie
Aug 26 - Dec 16
On Campus
Monday
6:00 - 7:50 PM
Fall 2019
Museums and Social Justice
Museums are no longer content to be repositories of the past, elite centers, and exclusive spaces of privilege and authority. They have also become places where history, culture and the arts are used to promote activism, democratic participation, community engagement, civic discourse and social justice. How have museums, historic sites, arts and cultural centers addressed social issues and social change? How do these...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 7101 - NARH 0771 A
  • Scott, Jennifer
Aug 26 - Dec 15
Online
Fall 2019
Writing and Activism
In this workshop, each writer identifies and develops a few stories the world needs to hear. Together we experiment with different genres, from poems and personal essays to pamphlets and manifestos; consider a range of intercon- necting issues, including climate change, xenophobia, and inequality; and brainstorm ways to share our ideas and stories with audiences within and beyond our New School and social media commu...
  • Programs: Online Learning
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 4099 - NWRW 0415 A
  • Freedman, Lisa
Aug 26 - Dec 15
Online
Fall 2019
Psychology of Women and Gender
How has Western psychology understood the concept of Gender? How have conceptualizations of Gender changed over time? Over the past 35 years, feminist psychologists have challenged what we study, who we study, how we study, and what we (think) we know about gender in psychology. Feminist psychology has both informed, and been transformed by, movements in Queer Theory, Critical Race Theory, and Disability Studies. The...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 5332 - NPSY 0841 A
  • Rubin, Lisa
Aug 26 - Dec 16
On Campus
Monday
1:55 - 3:45 PM
Fall 2019
Sociology of Forgiveness
Forgiveness is a subject receiving considerable attention worldwide in our time. It embodies problematic relations of history, memory, and justice and difficult distinctions, such as those between the criminal and the crime and between forgiving and forgetting. Through an ongoing multidisciplinary discussion of what forgiveness consists of, who can forgive, and under what circumstances forgiveness can occur, we treat...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 7110 - NSOC 0850 A
  • Wagner, Aleksandra
Aug 29 - Dec 12
On Campus
Thursday
6:00 - 7:50 PM
Fall 2019
From Nuggets to Nourishment: Kids and Food
Why are our kids eating so poorly, and what can we—must we—do about it? Look at the complex web of factors that shape children’s food choices, from the way tastes develop in the womb to the content of school meals to the impact of U.S. farm policy on food prices and family meals.
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 7287 - NFDS 0240 A
  • Figueroa, Shayne
Oct 07 - Dec 15
Online
Fall 2019
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