The New Woman: Literary Modernism, Queer Theory, and the Trans Feminine Allegory
Earn a Master's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. XE offers an expansive curriculum that encourages creative and critical exploration.
Starting in Fall 2024 all continuing and incoming XE students will receive the newly-increased Draper Scholarship, which covers 35% of tuition.
XE: Experimental Humanities & Social Engagement
Check here for recent publications by faculty members and XE alumni!
Solidarity & Care: Domestic Worker Activism in New York City
First to the Front: The Untold Story of Dickey Chapelle, Trailblazing Female War Correspondent
Surveying the Avant-Garde: Questions on Modernism, Art, and the Americas in Transatlantic Magazines
Up Against the Real: Black Mask from Art to Action