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Define Your Future
The cornerstone of the Gallatin School is its individualized approach to education. Gallatin puts the individual student first. With the support and guidance of faculty advisers, students design unique courses of study, exploring multiple disciplines or various perspectives on specific areas of study not available in traditional departments.
BA Candidate - Fashion Design, Marketing, Race, Gender, and Sexuality
“My first year interdisciplinary seminar, Picture Theories, taught by Professor Chinnie Ding, laid the foundation for my evaluating imagery in society,” says Victor. . . .
BA Candidate – Education, Human Rights, and Chinese Studies
A native of Dallas, Texas, Hannah moved to NYC to pursue a concentration that involves education, human rights, and Chinese studies. . . .
MA Candidate - Narrative Theory and Visual Culture
Kareem graduated with honors from Pratt Institute and went on to a career in brand development, strategy, and marketing for companies that ranged from traditional advertising agencies to interactive and multidisciplinary studios.. . .
MA Candidate – Urban Agriculture and Community Development
Through Gallatin’s Urban Democracy Lab, Erin spent a summer in Madrid as a Global Fellow in Urban Practice researching the recent development of urban agriculture and the urban social movement there.. . .
MA Candidate - Interactive Media Studies
With a BA from Harvard in new media, computer science, economics, and psychology, Benjamin worked in corporate strategy at NBC before coming to Gallatin to pursue an interdisciplinary degree in interactive media studies.. . .
Stephen Duncombe’s interests lie in media and cultural studies. He teaches and writes on the history of mass and alternative . . .
Myisha Priest’s teaching and research focus on African American literature and material culture. She has published articles mining this fruitful . . .
Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs & Associate Professor
Millery Polyné’s teaching and research interests examine the history of US African American and Afro-Caribbean intellectual thought; coloniality in the . . .
Clinical Associate Professor
Nina Katchadourian is a visual artist who works in a range of media, including photography, installation, video, sound-based work and . . .
Ritty Lukose’s teaching and research interests explore the relations between culture, politics, and economy as they manifest themselves in discourses . . .
Alejandro Velasco is a historian of modern Latin America whose research and teaching interests are in the areas of social . . .
BA '15 - Ethics, Public Policy, and International Development
Julie-Ann chose Gallatin because the school afforded her the opportunity to build a core foundation at NYU’s College of Arts and Science and the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, fusing her varied interests under Gallatin’s interdisciplinary umbrella. . . .
MA '13 - Political Ecology
BA '12 - Complex Systems and Emergent Behavior
Over the course of his studies at Gallatin, Jon tackled questions about how natural selection is possible, what drives life-like behavior of artificial systems in computer science, and why market economies function in a predictable ways.. . .
BA '03 - Political Memory and the Burden of History
“I was thrilled to find Gallatin,” will notes. “All of a sudden, everything made sense. New York opened up, the world of ideas opened up, and it was all attributable to Gallatin.”. . .
BA '13 - African Political Development, Colonial History, and Law
Fatoumata pursued a concentration in African Political Development and Colonial History and Law to explore Africa’s roots in colonialism and neocolonialism.. . .
MA '15 - Legal Studies and Gender Studies
In Gallatin, Claire found an interdisciplinary program that has allowed her to construct an academic path that combines her interests in gender and legal studies, and specifically rape culture and reproductive rights in the U.S. . . .