The Journal for Occupied Studies is an independent contribution to the Occupy movement which includes not only perspectives of New School faculty and students, but features contributions from diverse individuals from all over the world.
Critical Themes is an annual student run Media Studies conference at The New School. In 2012, keynote speakers Jodi Dean and Navid Hassanpour as well as a panel compiled of New School faculty and guests explored the relevance of media for political activism in the beginning of the 21st century – and vice versa.
The New School Free Press is the New School’s student-run newspaper which presents local and global news from a student perspective. Follow this link for a collection of their publications on the Occupy movement.
A student run blog created during the New School occupation in November 2011.
Unprecedented amounts of media and data were generated during the Occupy Wall Street protests last fall and continue to emerge through the ongoing movement. A 2-day collaborative Hackathon was held on March 23-24, 2012 to explore, visualize and learn from such this living data archive. The website showcases some of the outcomes, while the projects continue to be developed further.