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Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts - The New School
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The New School is planning for a robust in‑person student experience both inside and outside the classroom for Spring 2022 and beyond. With safety protocols remaining in place and our commitment to caring for our community, on-campus teaching and learning will continue, and, as conditions allow, we will continue to explore expanding access to select pedagogical activities. Learn More


65 W. 11TH ST.
NEW YORK, NY 10011
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Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts attracts students who thrive in an academic environment that challenges norms and embraces intellectual courage. We expect commitment, independence, and passion from our students, and in return, we give you a rigorous and distinctive education that sets you up for a fulfilling career in a rapidly changing world. We look for self-motivated and open-minded students who are ready to immerse themselves in a reading- and writing-intensive program that requires them to practice critical thinking and tackle difficult questions. When you study at Lang, you will grow and develop in profound ways, inside and outside of the classroom.

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January 15
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Literary Studies at Lang

Students in this program learn to view the written word from both critical and creative perspectives. All students take two Introduction to Literature courses that provide a common language and academic experience as they move on to a concentration in either Literature or Writing.


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