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Jeremy Cohan

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School of Visual Arts

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School of Visual Arts

209 East 23 Street

New York City, New York,10010

United States

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The School of Visual Arts Archives serves as the final repository for the historical records of School of Visual Arts. Its primary purpose is to document the history of the School and to provide source material for administrators, faculty, students, alumni, an... more.

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platypus1917.org

Hannah Appel, Erik Van Deventer, Nathan Schneider, Brian Dominick, and Jeremy Cohan.
Speakers at the event held on December 9, 2011 at New York University included Hannah Appel (OWS Think Tank Working Group), Erik Van Deventer (NYU), Nathan Schneider (Waging Nonviolence), and Brian Dominick (Z Media Institute), with Jeremy Cohan (Platypus Affiliated Society) moderating. Jeremy Cohan:Though in question, it seems as though #OWS is here to stay, with its capacious symbolism-"We are the 99 percent.


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Jeremy Cohan, Class of 1998: An education in Education
Jeremy Cohan has been involved with education his entire life-on one side of the desk or the other. Currently, he's working on his dissertation at New York University, where his focus is education reform and the role teachers' unions play in it. In fact, Jeremy just recently returned to Chicago, where he'll use the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) as a case study. The CTU has been both more radical and more successful in achieving their aims than teacher unions elsewhere. But Jeremy's passion for education has been in the making a long time. After completing his Bachelors Degree at the University in Chicago, Jeremy--both of whose parents are retired teachers--joined Teach for America (TFA), an organization aimed at improving education by pumping idealistic college graduates into the system. Through TFA, Jeremy was assigned to MS 325, a middle school in the Bronx. There he taught special education his first year and English and drama the second. But, it had the opposite effect TFA had hoped for. "I moved away from teaching because I found myself overwhelmed and saddened at what education in South Bronx looked like," says Jeremy. "And I went to grad school to try to process it." Which doesn't mean he's left teaching-only that now he teaches adults. Specifically, Jeremy is one of the founding members of a Masters program in critical theory and the arts at the School for Visual Arts in New York. As a graduate student, he has also served as a teacher's assistant for numerous classes-including Nazism and the Third Reich and the sociology of medicine. What's the difference between middle schoolers and college students? "I like the high level of material and self-discipline in universities," says Jeremy. "But there's a loss of spontaneity, a loss of feeling. There's a special reward that you get from seeing a person develop that you can't really find in academia. Which is perhaps why he hasn't ruled out returning to teaching children in the future. So what role did Akiba play in his trajectory? "It was a formative experience for me," says Jeremy.


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Jeremy Cohan - New York University
A version of Jeremy Cohan's remarks are transcripted in the Platypus Review #38 (Click below):


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Jeremy Cohan - New York University


www.dga.org

The ceremony began with a welcome message and introductions from Director Ted Bogosian who then presented the certificates to African American Jury Award recipient Jeremy Cohan of New School (After), Asian American Jury Award recipient Gerry Kim of Columbia University for Living the Dream), Latino Jury Award recipient David Figueroa Garcia of Columbia University (Ratitas), and Woman Jury Award recipient Jordan Salvatoriello of Emerson College (Graceland Girls).
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