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Guide to the The New School course catalogs, 1919-2011

Collection Overview

Repository
The New School Archives and Special Collections
Creator
New School (New York, N.Y.).
Title
The New School course catalogs and bulletins
Extent
13.5 linear ft: 12 cartons, 3 approx half cartons, 429 digital objects
Summary
This collection consists of course catalogs from The New School, including continuing education courses, Eugene Lang College, the Dramatic Workshop of The New School, New School Art Workshops and the New School for Social Research, formerly known as the Graduate Faculty.

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item], [date (if known)], Course catalogs, NS.05.01.01, box __, folder __, New School Archives and Special Collections, The New School, New York, New York.

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Historical Note

The New School for Social Research (NSSR) was founded in 1919 as an institution of higher education devoted to adult learning.

From 1919 to 1931 course information was announced at least once a year with occasional Spring and Summer semester supplements in a document called the The New School for Social Research Announcement. Beginning in 1931 adult education courses were announced at least twice a year, in the Fall and Spring, in a publication titled The New School for Social Research Inc. from 1931 to 1934, simply The New School for Social Research from 1934 to 1937 and The New School for Social Research Curriculum from 1937 to 1943.

In 1943, NSSR was divided into two schools, the School of Politics, and the School of Liberal Arts and Philosophy. At this time, in response to the needs of returning veterans wishing to take advantage of the GI Bill, the school began a program called Senior Year at the New School. Geared toward adults who had previously completed some coursework, the program offered undergraduate credits for some courses and awarded bachelors' degrees. However, the majority of students continued to take non-credit courses. In 1944 a weekly New School Bulletin was established to communicate news about the school, including announcements about courses and events. Each bulletin was assigned a volume number by year, and an issue number. The bulletin began to be published on a semi-monthly (rather than weekly) basis starting in 1961, monthly from 1966 to 1997, 8 times a year from 1998 to 2000, 7 times a year from 2001 to 2002, and 4 times a year from 2002 to the present. Each semester (Fall, Spring and Summer), an issue of the bulletin was dedicated to describing the full catalog of adult courses. Only those bulletins dedicated specifically and comprehensively to course information are included in this collection.

Separate catalogs describing fine and applied studio art courses and workshops at The New School were issued between 1938 to 1968, and were incorporated as part of the New School Bulletin beginning in 1944. The publications include course descriptions and short biographical notes about faculty and lecturers, many of whom were leading artists, including Camilo Egas, who directed the program from 1935 to 1962; Berenice Abbott; Alexey Brodovitch; José de Creeft; Stuart Davis; Stanley William Hayter; Yasuo Kuniyoshi; Seymour Lipton; and Meyer Schapiro, among many others. These bulletins are generally illustrated with a photo portrait and one full page sample of work from each faculty member.

In 1933, the New School for Social Research established the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science. Also known as the "University in Exile," the division was founded in order to host German and other European scholars who left their countries of origin to escape political and racial persecution. The Board of Regents of the State of New York granted a provisional charter in 1934, allowing the Graduate Faculty to confer Master of Social Science and Doctor of Social Science degrees. This was the first time the New School for Social Research offered credit to students in any of its programs. Typically the Graduate Faculty published a full catalog of the courses it offered once a year, with changes and additions announced in supplements published in the Spring and/or Summer semesters. Beginning in 1944, the Graduate Faculty catalogs were assigned volume and issue numbers as part of the New School Bulletin series, along with the other programs of the New School for Social Research. In 2005, the Graduate Faculty changed its name to The New School for Social Research, reclaiming the founding name of the entire institution which had been dropped eight years before.

The Dramatic Workshop of the New School for Social Research was established in 1940 and continued to offer classes at The New School until 1948 when the partnership ended. Course catalogs describing the program of the Dramatic Workshop were generally published once a year, with occasional summer and spring supplements. They were part of the New School Bulletin series from 1944-1946. In 1994 The New School for Drama was founded, aligning itself with the tradition of the original Dramatic Workshop.

In 1942, the École Libre des Hautes Études was established under the sponsorship of the New School by exiled French scholars, including Claude Lévi-Strauss. The official relationship with the New School was severed in 1947, but the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, which continued the tradition of the École Libre by many who returned to Paris, continued to have ties to the New School.

Although The New School offered some undergraduate credits beginning in the 1940s, the first full-time day program was established in 1972. Called the Freshman Year Program, it initially focused on college-level courses for high school students or recent high school graduates who would then matriculate elsewhere. The program expanded as the Seminar College in 1977 and further grew in 1985 with a large donation and new name, Eugene Lang College. From the founding of Eugene Lang College in 1984, catalogs were published annually, as issues of the New School Bulletin. Previous course information was published irregularly, sometimes covering only a semester and sometimes up to 2 years. Additional course information was sometimes released in packets which are not included in this collection.

In 1997, the New School for Social Research was officially renamed New School University. The founding division, still devoted to adult education, was given the general name The New School, now comprising one of seven divisions of New School University. In 2005, the school underwent another series of name changes, which led to the overarching organization being called The New School, while the adult education program was named The New School for General Studies. This name was changed in 2011, when the adult education program was called The New School for Public Engagement and combined with the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy, which until that time had been a separate division.

Beginning in 2005 when The New School was restructured, information about adult education courses was published in The New School for General Studies Course Catalog. In 2010, the school was restructured once again and adult education became part of the newly formed New School for Public Engagement, with course information published in separate catalogs for continuing education and degree programs.

Names with multiple uses:

The New School 1919-1964: a shortened version of the New School for Social Research 1962-2004: a division of the New School for Social Research focused on adult education 2005-present: a multi-part institution of higher education consisting of eight divisions

The New School for Social Research 1919-1998: an institution devoted to adult higher education that grew to encompass many schools and divisions, some of which offered undergraduate and graduate degrees. 2004: a division of The New School offering graduate degrees in social sciences.

Timeline of New School Divisions
1919 New School for Social Research founded as an institution of higher education for adults, offering non-credit courses only.
1933 New School for Social research establishes the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science. Also known as the "University in Exile," it hosts scholars who have been forced to leave Germany and other parts of Europe.
1934 The Board of Regents of the State of New York grants the New School for Social Research a provisional charter to offer Master of Social Science and Doctor of Social Science degrees to students of the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science.
1940 The Dramatic Workshop of the New School is established.
1942 École Libre des Hautes Études is established for French scholars in New York.
1943 The New School for Social Research is divided into two schools: the School of Politics and  School of Liberal Arts and Philosophy.
1944 Senior Year at the New School, also called the Senior College, begins to offer "adult centered" undergraduate courses for students with some previous college credits, developed to fit the needs of returning soldiers taking advange of the GI Bill.
1948 The Dramatic Workshop ends partnership with the New School and begins operating independently.
1959 The New School is fully accredited as a university by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
1961 Last reference to the School of Politics and Social Studies and School of Philosophy and Liberal Arts in a catalog.
1962 The catalog of the New School for Social Research lists two main divisions: The Graduate Faculty and  The New School.
1965 The Center for New York City Affairs is established. It offers credit and non-credit courses "designed to meet the needs of both professionals and laymen for a comprehensive program which focuses on the character, history, needs and problems of our many-faceted metropolis."
1969 First reference to an " Adult Division" in a catalog, although it is not yet listed as an official division.
1970 Parsons School of Design joins the New School for Social Research as an affiliate institution.
1972 Freshman Year Program is established to offer college-level courses to students who have completed at least the junior year of high school, with the assumption they will finish their bachelors degrees elsewhere. It is the first full time day program devoted exclusively to undergraduate at the New School for Social Research. Adult Division is listed as an official division in course catalogs.
1972 Adult Division is listed as an official division in course catalogs.
1972 The Center for New York City Affairs begins to offer MA degrees in Urban Affairs and Manpower Development, in addition to continuing education.
1978 Seminar College is established as a full-time, degree-granting undergraduate program.
1978 Graduate School of Management and Urban Studies offering MA and MPS degrees separates from Center for New York City Affairs, which continues to offer non-credit continuing education courses.
1980 The Seminar College and Senior College are joined to form the Undergraduate Division, which also includes the Freshman Year Program beginning in 1981.
1984 The Senior College returns to the Adult Division, while the Seminar College and Freshamn Year Program remain the Undergraduate Division.
1985 Otis Art Institute is listed as a division of the New School for Social Research.
1985 The Seminar College is expanded and renamed Eugene Lang College, now its own division. The Freshman Year Program is no longer specifically referenced.
1986 Program in Jazz begins at the New School for Social Research, although it is not yet listed as a division.
1989 Graduate School of Management and Urban Professions is renamed Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy.
1989 Mannes College of Music, founded in 1916, joins the New School for Social Research as a division.
1991 Otis School of Design returns to being independent of the New School for Social Research.
1995 The Actors Studio begins a partnership with the New School for Social Research, offering a 3 year MFA.
1996 Actors Studio at the New School becomes School of Dramatic Arts.
1998 School of Dramatic Arts becomes Actors Studio School of Dramatic Arts.
1998 New School for Social Research is renamed New School University, now comprising seven divisions.
2004 Actors Studio School of Dramatic Arts becomes Actors Studio Drama School.
2005 New School University is renamed The New School. It now consists of eight divisions:  The New School for General Studes (formerly The New School);  The New School for Social Research (formerly the Graduate Faculty);  Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy;  Parsons The New School for Design;  Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts;  Mannes College The New School for Music;  The New School for Drama (formerly the Actors Studio Drama School);  The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music.
2011 The New School for General Studies is combined with Milano the New School for Management and Urban Policy to form The New School for Public Engagement.

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Scope and Content of Collection

The collection consists of printed course catalogs from across present day divisions The New School for Public Engagement, The New School for Social Research, The New School for Drama and Lang The New School for Liberal Arts, as well as their predecessors. All publications included in the collection contain course titles and descriptions; some also include information about the history, mission and administrative functioning of the New School, as well as course schedules, faculty names and bios, academic policies, and descriptions of lectures and special events. Only official publications devoted primarily course descriptions for specific programs were included. Catalogs of individual programs including Media Studies, Milano, Jazz and general graduate program catalogs are not included, nor are registration packet printouts. Parsons and Mannes catalogs are housed in separate collections.

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Arrangement note

Organized into series by division and subseries by program. Arranged chronologically within series or subseries.

  1. Public Engagement 1919-2007
  2. Social Research 1933-2011
  3. Drama, 1940-1949
  4. Ecole Libre, 1942-1967
  5. Lang, 1972-2007

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

The New School Archives and Special Collections

66 Fifth Avenue
lobby
New York, NY, 10011
212.229.5942
archivist@newschool.edu

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research use. Please contact archivist@newschool.edu for appointment.

Use Restrictions

To publish images of material from this collection, permission must be obtained in writing from The New School Archives and Special Collections. Please contact: archivist@newschool.edu.

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Related Materials

Parsons course catalogs [Collection Guide not yet published]

Mannes course catalogs

Publicity Office/Office of Public Information [Collection Guide not yet published]

New School Scrapbook Collection, 1918-1953

New School Art Center records

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Keywords for Searching Related Subjects

Corporate Name(s)

  • Eugene Lang College.
  • New School Art Center (New York, N.Y.).
  • New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997). Dramatic Workshop.
  • New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997). Graduate Faculty.
  • New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997). Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy.
  • New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997). École Libre des Hautes Études.
  • New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997).
  • New School University.

Genre(s)

  • Bulletins.
  • Catalogs.
  • Course materials
  • Curricula.
  • Newsletters.

Personal Name(s)

  • Abbott, Berenice, 1898-1991
  • Abrams, Charles, 1902-1970
  • Arendt, Hannah, 1906-1975
  • Beard, Charles A., (Charles Austin), 1874-1948
  • Benton, Thomas Hart, 1889-1975
  • Cowell, Henry, 1897-1965
  • Dewey, John, 1859-1952
  • Egas, Camilo, 1889-1962
  • Fromm, Erich, 1900-1980
  • Horney, Karen, 1885-1952
  • Hovde, Brynjolf Jakob, 1896-1954
  • Johnson, Alvin Saunders, 1874-1971
  • Kallen, Horace Meyer, 1882-1974
  • Lerner, Max, 1902-1992
  • Lévi-Strauss, Claude, 1908-2009
  • Mumford, Lewis, 1895-1990
  • Orozco, José Clemente, 1883-1949
  • Piscator, Erwin, 1893-1966
  • Saussure, Raymond de, 1894-1971
  • Simons, Hans, 1893-1972
  • Urban, Joseph, 1872-1933
  • Veblen, Thorstein, 1857-1929
  • Werheimer, Max, 1863-1941
  • Wittels, Fritz, 1880-1950
  • Wunderlich, Frieda, 1884-1965

Subject(s)

  • Adult education.
  • College publications -- New York (State) -- New York.
  • Continuing education.
  • Universities and colleges -- Curricula.

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Collection Inventory

I: The New School for Public Engagement 

General note

Includes records from this same body under five previous names, New School for Social Research (1919-1943), School of Politics and School of Philosophy & Liberal Arts (1943-1961), The New School (1961-1972, 1986-2004), Adult Division (1972-1985), The New School for General Studies (2005-2010).

General 
Title Box Folder
1919 Spring  1 1
1919-1920   2 items 1 2
1920 Spring Supplementary Announcement 
Title Box Folder
1920-1921  1 3
1921-1922 
1922-1923 
1923 Summer 
1923-1924 
1924 Fall 
1925 Spring 
1925-1926 
1926 Spring 
Title Box Folder
1926-1927  1 4
1927 Spring  1 4
1927-1928 
Title Box Folder
1927-1928 Winter  1 6
Title Box Folder
1928-1929   2 1 7
11 31
1929 Fall 
1929 Spring 
Title Box Folder
1930 Spring  1 8
1931 Winter [Spring] circa 1931  1 9
Title Box Folder
1931 Fall   2 items 1 10
12 [Fall 1931 - Spring 1940]
Title Box Folder
1932 Spring   3 items 1 11
12 [Fall 1931 - Spring 1940]
1932-1933  12 [Fall 1931 - Spring 1940]
1933 Spring  12 [Fall 1931 - Spring 1940]
Title Box Folder
1933-1934   2 items 1 12
12 [Fall 1931 - Spring 1940]
1934 Spring 
Title Box Folder
1934-1935   3 items 1 13
12 [Fall 1931 - 1940]
Title Box Folder
1935 Spring   2 items 1 14
12 [Fall 1931 - 1940]
Title Box Folder
1935-1936   2 items 1 15
12 [Fall 1931 - 1940]
Title Box Folder
1936 Spring  1 16
12 [Fall 1931 - 1940]
1937 Spring  12 [Fall 1931 - 1940]
1937-1938  12 [Fall 1931 - 1940]
1938 Spring  12 [Fall 1931 - 1940]
1938-1939  12 [Fall 1931 - 1940]
1939 Spring  12 [Fall 1931 - 1940]
Title Box Folder
1939-1940  1 17
12 [Fall 1931 - 1940]
1940 Spring  12 [Fall 1931 - 1940]
1940-1941 
1941 Spring 
1941-1942 
1942 Spring 
1942-1943 
Title Box Folder
1943 Spring  1 19
1943-1944 
Title Box Folder
1944 Spring  1 20
Title Box Folder
1944-1945   4 items 1 21
11 32
Title Box Folder
1945-1946   2 items 1 22
11 33
1946 Spring  11 33
1946-1947   3 items 1 23
1947 Spring 
Title Box Folder
1947-1948   2 items 1 24
1948 Spring  1 25
1948-1949   2 items
Title Box Folder
1949-1950   2 items 1 26
11 34
1950 Spring  1 27
1950-1951  1 28
1951 Spring  1 29
1951 Summer  1 30
1951-1952  1 31
1952 Spring  1 32
1952 Summer 
Title Box Folder
1952-1953  1 33
1953 Spring   2 items 1 35
1953 Summer  1 36
1953-1954  1 34
1954 Spring 
Title Box Folder
1954 Summer  1 37
1954-1955  1 38
1955 Spring 
Title Box Folder
1955-1956   2 items 1 39
1956 Spring  1 40
1956-1957  1 41
1957 Spring   2 items 1 42
1957 Summer  1 43
1957-1958   2 items 1 44
1958 Spring   2 items 2 1
1958 Summer  2 5
1958-1959   2 items 2 2
1959 Spring   2 items 2 4
1959 Summer  2 6
1959 Fall   2 items 2 3
1960 Spring   2 items 2 7
1960 Summer   2 items 2 8
1960 Fall   2 items 2 9
1961 Spring  2 10
1961 Summer   2 items 2 11
1961 Fall   2 items 2 12
1962 Spring   4 items 2 13
1962 Summer   4 items 2 14
1962 Fall   3 items 2 15
1963 Spring   2 items 2 16
1963 Summer   4 items 2 17
1963 Fall   3 items 2 18
1964 Spring   4 items 3 1-2
1964 Summer   3 items 3 3
1964 Fall   3 items 3 4-5
1965 Spring   2 items 3 6
1965 Summer   3 items 3 7
1965 Fall  3 8
1966 Spring  3 9
1966 Summer  3 10
1966 Fall   2 items 3 11
1967 Spring  3 12
1967 Summer  3 13
1967 Fall  3 14
1968 Spring  3 16
1968 Summer  3 16
1968 Fall  3 17
1969 Spring  3 18
1969 Summer  3 19
1969 Fall  3 20
1970 Spring  3 21
1970 Summer  3 22
1970 Fall  3 23
1971 Spring  3 24
1971 Summer   3 items 4 1
1971 Fall  4 2
1972 Spring   2 items 4 3-4
1972 Summer   2 items 4 5
1972 Fall  4 6
1973 Spring  4 7
1973 Summer  4 8
1973 Fall  4 9
1974 Spring  4 10
1974 Summer   2 items 4 11
1974 Fall   2 items 4 12-13
1975 Spring  4 14
1975 Summer  4 15
1975 Fall   2 items 4 16-17
1976 Spring  4 18
1976 Summer   3 items 4 20
1976 Fall  4 19
1977 Spring   2 items 4 21
1977 Summer   2 items 4 23
1977 Fall   3 items 5 1-2
1978 Spring   3 items 5 3-4
1978 Summer   2 items 5 5
1978 Fall   3 items 5 6-7
1979 Spring   3 items 5 8-9
1979 Summer  5 10
1979 Fall  5 11
1980 Spring   3 items 5 12-13
1980 Summer  5 14
1980 Fall   2 items 5 15-16
1981 Spring   2 items 5 17-18
1981 Summer  5 19
1981 Fall   2 items 5 20-21
1982 Spring  5 22
1982 Summer  5 23
1982 Fall  6 1
1983 Spring   2 items 6 2-3
1983 Summer   2 items 6 4
1983 Fall   2 items 6 5-6
1984 Spring  6 7
1984 Summer   2 items 6 8-9
1984 Fall  6 10
1985 Spring   2 items 6 11-12
1985 Summer  6 13
1985 Fall   2 items 6 14-15
1986 Spring  6 16
1986 Summer   2 items 6 17-18
1986 Fall  6 19
1987 Spring  6 20
1987 Summer  6 21
1987 Fall  6 22
1988 Spring  6 23
1988 Summer  6 24
1988 Fall  6 25
1989 Spring  7 1
1989 Summer  7 2
1989 Fall  7 3
1990 Spring  7 4
1990 Summer  7 5
1990 Fall  7 6
1991 Spring   2 items 7 7-8
1991 Summer   2 items 7 9
1991 Fall  7 10
1992 Spring  7 11
1992 Summer   2 items 7 12
1992 Fall  7 13
1993 Spring   2 items 7 14
1993 Summer  7 15
1993 Fall  7 16
1994 Spring  7 17
1994 Summer  7 18
1994 Fall  7 19
1995 Spring  8 1-2
1995 Summer  8 3
1995 Fall  8 4
1996 Spring  8 5
1996 Summer  8 6
1996 Fall 
Title Box Folder
1997 Spring  8 7
1997 Summer  8 8
1997 Fall  8 9
1998 Spring  8 10
1998 Summer  8 11
1998 Fall   2 items 8 12-13
1999 Spring   2 items 8 14
1999 Summer  8 15
1999 Fall  8 16
2000 Spring   2 items 8 17
2000 Summer  8 18
2000 Fall   2 items 8 19
2001 Spring  8 20
2001 Summer  8 21
2001 Fall  8 22
2002 Spring   2 items 8 23
2002 Summer  8 24
2002 Fall   2 items 8 25-26
2003 Spring   2 items 9 1
2003 Summer   2 items 9 2
2003 Fall   2 items 9 3
2004 Spring   2 items 9 4
2004 Summer  9 5
2004 Fall  9 6
2005 Spring   2 items 9 7
2005 Summer   2 items 9 8
2005 Fall  9 9
2006 Spring  9 10
2006 Summer  9 11
2006 Fall   2 items 9 12
2007 Spring   2 items 9 13
2007 Summer  9 14
2007 Fall  9 15
Cover from disbound 1919-1933 volume  12 1
Art Workshops 
Title Box Folder
1938-1939 
1942-1943 
1944-1945 
Title Box Folder
1945-1946   2 items 9 16
1946-1947   3 items 9 17
1947-1948   2 items 9 18
1948-1949   2 items 9 19
1949-1950   2 items
Title Box Folder
1950-1951   2 items 9 20
1951-1952   2 items
1952-1953   2 items
Title Box Folder
1954-1955   2 items 9 21
1955-1956   2 items 9 22
1956-1957   2 items 9 23
1957-1958   2 items
Title Box Folder
1958-1959   2 items 9 24
1959-1960   2 items 9 25
1960-1961   2 items 9 26
1961-1962   2 items 9 27
1962-1963   3 items 9 28
1963-1964   3 items
Title Box Folder
1964-1965   3 items 9 29
1965-1966   3 items
1966-1967   3 items
1967-1968   3 items

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II: The New School for Social Research 1933-2011 

General note

Includes records from this same body under previous name, the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science, also known as the University in Exile.

Title Box Volume
1933-1934  13 1 [Fall 1933- Summer 1937]
Title Box Volume
1934 Spring  13 1 [Fall 1933- Summer 1937]
9 30
1934-1935  13 1 [Fall 1933- Summer 1937]
1935 Summer  13 1 [Fall 1933- Summer 1937]
1935-1936   2 items 13 1 [Fall 1933- Summer 1937]

General note

2 copies, one with pencilled label "Fall" and one with pencilled label "Spring." Some additions have been made, in some cases pasted over the original text.

1936 Summer  13 1 [Fall 1933- Summer 1937]
1936-1937   2 items 13 1 [Fall 1933- Summer 1937]
1937 Summer  13 1 [Fall 1933- Summer 1937]
1937-1938   2 items 13 2
1938 Summer  13 2
1938-1939   2 items 13 2
1938-1939 Supplement   2 items 13 2
1939 Summer  13 2
1939-1940   3 items 13 3
1940 Summer  13 3
1940-1941   2 items 13 3
1940-1941 Supplement  13 3
Title Box Volume
1941 Summer   2 items 13 6
13 3
1941-1942   2 items 13 4
1942-1943  13 4
1943 Spring  13 4
1943 Summer  13 4
Title Box Volume
1943-1944   3 items 13 4
9 31
1944 Spring  13 4
1944 Summer  13 4
1944-1945   2 items 13 5
Title Box Volume
1945 Spring   2 items 13 5
9 32
Title Box Volume
1945 Summer   2 items 13 5
9 33
Title Box Volume
1945-1946   3 items 13 5
9 34
Title Box Volume
1946 Spring   2 items 13 5
9 35
Title Box Volume
1946-1947   3 items 13 6
9 36
Title Box Volume
1947 Spring   4 items 13 6
9 37
Title Box Volume
1947-1948   2 items 13 6
9 38
1948 Spring  13 6
1948 Summer  13 6
Title Box Volume
1948-1949   2 items 14 7
9 39
1949 Spring  14 7
Title Box Folder
1949 Summer  10 1
14 7
1949-1950  14 7
1950 Spring  14 7
1950 Summer  14 7
1950-1951  14 8
1951 Spring  14 8
1951 Summer  14 8
1951-1952  14 8
1952 Spring  14 8
1952 Summer  14 8
Title Box Folder
1952-1953   2 items 10 2
14 9
1953 Spring 
Title Box Folder
1953 Summer  10 3
14 9
1953-1954  14 10
1954 Summer  14 10
1954-1955  14 11
1955 Spring   1 item Typewritten catalogue in bound volume 14 11
1955 Summer  14 11
1955-1956  14 11
Title Box Folder
1956 Spring   4 items 10 4
14 11
1956-1957  14 12
1957 Summer  14 12
Title Box Folder
1957-1958  10 5
14 12
1958 Summer  14 12
1958-1959  14 13
1959 Summer  14 13
Title Box Folder
1959-1960   3 items 10 6
12 Fall 1959 - Summer 1967
14 13
Title Box Volume
1960 Spring   3 items 14 13
n_2 16
n_2 16
1960-1961  12 Fall 1959 - Summer 1967
1961-1962  12 Fall 1959 - Summer 1967
1962 Summer   3 items 10 7
Title Box Folder
1962-1963  10 9
12 Fall 1959 - Summer 1967
1963 Summer   3 items 10 8
Title Box Folder
1963-1964   2 items 10 10
12 Fall 1959 - Summer 1967
1964 Summer   3 items 10 11
1964-1965  12 Fall 1959 - Summer 1967
1965 Summer 
Title Box Volume
1965-1966  12 Fall 1959 - Summer 1967
1966 Summer  10 12
Title Box Folder
1966-1967  10 13
12 Fall 1959 - Summer 1967
1967 Summer 
Title Box Folder
1967-1968  10 14
1968 Summer 
Title Box Folder
1968-1969  10 15
1969 Summer 
Title Box Folder
1969-1970  10 16
1970 Summer 
Title Box Folder
1970-1971  10 17
12 Fall 1970-71-Summer 1973
1971 Summer  12 Fall 1970-71-Summer 1973
Title Box Folder
1971-1972  10 18
12 Fall 1970-71-Summer 1973
1972 Summer  12 Fall 1970-71-Summer 1973
Title Box Folder
1972-1973  10 19
12 Fall 1970-71-Summer 1973
1973 Summer  12 Fall 1970-71-Summer 1973
1973-1974  12 Fall 1973/1974-Summer 1977
Title Box Folder
1974 Summer  10 20
12 Fall 1973/1974-Summer 1977
1974-1975  12 Fall 1973/1974-Summer 1977
Title Box Folder
1975 Summer  10 21
12 Fall 1973/1974-Summer 1977
Title Box Folder
1976 Summer   2 items 10 22
12 Fall 1973/1974-Summer 1977
1975-1977  12 Fall 1973/1974-Summer 1977
1977 Summer   2 items 10 23
1978 Summer 
1977-1979 
Title Box Folder
1979-1980  10 24
1980 Summer 
Title Box Folder
1980-1981  10 25
1981 Summer  10 26
Title Box Volume
1981-1982  12 Fall 1981-Summer 1984
12 Fall 1981 - Sum. 1984
Title Box Volume
1982 Summer  12 Fall 1981-Summer 1984
12 Fall 1981-Sum. 1984
Title Box Folder
1982-1983  10 27
12 Fall 1981-Summer 1984
12 Fall 1981-Sum. 1984
Title Box Volume
1983 Summer  12 Fall 1981-Summer 1984
12 Fall 1981-Sum. 1984
Title Box Folder
1983-1984  10 28
12 Fall 1981-Sum. 1984
12 Fall 1981-Summer 1984
Title Box Volume
1984 Summer  12 Fall 1981-Sum. 1984
12 Fall 1981-Summer 1984
1984-1985  12 Fall 1984 - Summer 1986
1985 Summer  12 Fall 1984 - Summer 1986
1985-1986  12 Fall 1984 - Summer 1986
1986 Summer  12 Fall 1984 - Summer 1986
1986-1987 
1987 Summer 
1987-1988 
1988 Summer 
Title Box Volume
1988-1989  12 Fall 1988 - Summer 1990
1989 Summer  12 Fall 1988 - Summer 1990
1989-1990  12 Fall 1988 - Summer 1990
1990 Summer  12 Fall 1988 - Summer 1990
1990-1991  12 Fall 1990 - Sum. 1991
Title Box Folder
1991 Summer  10 29
12 Sum. 1991 - Spr. 1994
Title Box Folder
1991-1992   2 items 10 30
12 Sum. 1991 - Spr. 1994
1992 Summer  12 Sum. 1991 - Spr. 1994
1992-1993  12 Sum. 1991 - Spr. 1994
1993-1994  12 Sum. 1991 - Spr. 1994
Title Box Folder
1994-1995  10 31
15 Fall 1994-Summer 1997
Title Box Folder
1995-1996  10 32
15 Fall 1994-Summer 1997
Title Box Folder
1996-1997  10 33
15 Fall 1994-Summer 1997
1997-1998  15 Fall 1997-Summer 2000
Title Box Folder
1998-1999  10 34
15 Fall 1997-Summer 2000
Title Box Folder
1999-2000  10 35
15 Fall 1997-Summer 2000
2000-2001  15 Fall 2000-Sum. 2003
2001-2002  15 Fall 2000-Sum. 2003
2002-2003  15 Fall 2000-Sum. 2003
2003-2004  15 Fall 2003-Spr 2005
2004-2005  15 Fall 2003-Spr 2005
2005 Summer   3 items 10 36
2005-2006  15 63-65 2005-2008
2006 Summer  10 37
Title Box Folder
2006-2007  10 38
15 63-65 2005-2008
2007-2008  15 63-65 2005-2008
2008-2009  15 66-68 2008-2011
2009-2010  15 66-68 2008-2011
2010-2011  15 66-68 2008-2011
Graduate Faculty Catalogs Index 1933 - Summer 1973  13 Graduate Faculty Catalogs Index

General note

Barcode: 3 1207 03980640 5

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III: The New School for Drama 1940-2007 

General note

Includes records from the previous names The Dramatic Workshop of the New School (1940-1949), The Actors Studio at the New School (1995-1996), School of Dramatic Arts (1996-1998), Actors Studio Scool of Dramatic Arts (1998-2004), Actors Studio Drama School (2004-2005).

Title Box Folder
1940-1941  10
1941-1942   3 items 10 40
1942-1943   4 items 10 40
1943-1944   2 items 10 42
1944-1945   5 items 10 42
1945-1946 
Title Box Folder
1946-1947  10 43
1947-1948   2 items 10 43
1948-1949   2 items 10 45
1949-1950  10 46
1997-1998 
1998-1999 
1999-2000 

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IV: École Libre des Hautes Études 1942-1967 
Title Box Folder
1942   3 items 10 47
1942-1943   4 items 10 48
1943-1944  10 49
1944-1945  10 50
1948,1950,1952,1952-1953,1954-1955  10 51
1955-1956, 1956-1957   3 items 10 52
1957-1958, 1958-1959, 1966-1967   5 items 11 1

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V: Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts 1972-2007 

Scope and Content of Collection

Includes records from this same body under previous names, the Freshman Year Program, also known as Freshman Year at The New School (1972-1984) and Seminar College (1978-1984).

From the founding of Eugene Lang College in 1984, catalogs were published annually, as issues of The New School Bulletin. Previous course information was published irregularly, sometimes covering only a semester and sometimes up to 2 years. Additional course information was sometimes released in packets which have not been included in this collection.

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Title Box Folder
Freshman Year at The New School, circa 1972-1973 
Freshman Year at The New School, 1973 
Freshman Year at The New School, 1974 Spring 
Freshman Year at The New School, 1975 
Freshman Year Program Supplement, 1977-1978 
Title Box Folder
Freshman Year at The New School, 1977-1979  11 2
Seminar College Curriculum Supplement, 1978 Fall  11 3
The Seminar College, 1977-1979  11 4
Undergraduate Division Bulletin, 1979-1980   2 items 11 5
Freshman Year Program, 1979  11 6
New School Seminar College - The Freshman Year, circa 1979-1980  11 7
1981-1982   2 items 11 8

Includes Seminar College Curriculum and general Undergraduate Bulletin

Seminar College Curriculum. 1982 Fall   2 items 11 9
The New School Seminar College, 1983-1984   3 items 11 10
Seminar College, 1984-1985  11 11
1985-1986 
Title Box Folder
1986-1987   2 items 11 12
1987-1988   2 items 11 13
1988-1989   2 items 11 14
1989-1990   2 items 11 15
1990-1991   3 items 11 16
1991-1992   2 items 11 17
1992-1993   2 items 11 18
1993-1994   2 items 11 19
1994-1995  11 20
1995-1996  11 21
1996-1997  11 22
1997-1998  11 23
1998-1999   2 items 11 24
University Undergraduate Liberal Studies Curriculum, 1999 Fall  11 25
1999-2000  11 26
2000-2001  11 27
2001-2002  11 28
2002-2003 
2003-2004 
Title Box Folder
2004-2005  11 29
2005-2006 
Title Box Folder
2006-2007  11 30

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