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In case you missed it: We profiled visiting scholar Ching-Chang (CC) Chen for our blog. CC's research interests in the field of international affairs include threat perceptions, knowledge production, and national identity construction in East Asia. On March 11, he will be speaking on "Political Healing in East Asian Relations." Scroll down to the events section for more details!
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Sean Jacobs was interviewed for the New Books Network podcast, where he discussed the role of media as "an arbiter of belonging and citizenship in our information-saturated age."

Richard Wolff is giving a talk about his book, Understanding Socialism, in Berkeley, California, on February 28. Find out more here.

Manjari Mahajan, Co-Director of the India China Institute, will be speaking on "Building Development Laboratories: Politics of Data and Knowledge Production in Bihar" at Cornell University. RSVP for the February 28 event here
MA Student Ambassador La Rainne Pasion interviewed alum Gabriel Crespo, who now works as a Program Manager at Equity for Children. Gabriel shared how the skills he learned and networks he made at GPIA helped him with his career goals. Watch it here.

Are you a GPIA alum? Thanks to alumna BoHee Yoon, the GPIA Alumni Facebook page is now up and running. This is a great way to (re)connect, share stories of what you've been up to post-graduation, and also try to stay in touch with the current happenings at GPIA.

Alumni, we want to hear what you've been up to! Submit your updates here.

Want to see your work on our online student journal? Submit to The New Context! Share your adapted essays, photos, poetry, and short films here

Do you have news to share about projects you completed, conferences you attended, or other accomplishments? Fill out the student updates form.
Richard Wolff appeared on RT to discuss his new book, Understanding Socialism, and comment on U.S. socialist candidates.
Nina Khrushcheva recently wrote "Comrade Trump" for Project Syndicate, commenting on projections of authoritarian power and what the Senate acquittal means for the outlook of American democracy.
On February 27th, The New School will award an honorary doctorate to
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and host a keynote on women and power. This occasion marks the Secretary-General’s first major address on this important global topic. Tickets are sold out but you can add yourself to the waitlist here
Click here for the full events calendar!
Africa Is A Country recently launched its fellowship program. Apply here

Hackensack Riverkeeper is looking for an Outreach Coordinator ASAP.

Interested in doing a summer internship in environmental conservation? Check out North Shore Land Alliance's opening.

Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis (SCEPA) is in need of a Research Associate by the end of February.

The International Center for Journalists is hiring a New Initiatives Intern. Applications reviewed on a rolling basis.

Looking for help developing your resume or learning networking skills? Reach out to Career Services at The New School!
For more internship and job postings,
visit the Opportunities page of our blog. 
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