New York Times, 5.21.13
Professor John Mollenkopf comments on why the demographic trends in Brooklyn favor de Blasio’s bid for New York City mayor.
New York Times, 5.19.13
Op-ed by Professor Sujatha Fernandes, The Graduate Center, CUNY and Queen's College
Moyers & Company, 5.17.13
Professor Gerald Markowitz discusses his research findings reported in Lead Wars: The Politics of Science and the Fate of America's Children, co-authored with David Rosner, that for young children, there is no safe level of exposure to lead which still lurks in American homes.
Mother Jones, 5.16.13
Professor Richard Alba's review of the Heritage Foundation's controversial report on immigration reform, reveals basic errors.
New York Times, 5.15.13
GC Classics M.A. program alumnus Jack Kaufmann is profiled in the New York Times' special report
NY1 "On the Road to City Hall", 5.14.13
Professor Sujatha Fernandes discusses voting rights for non-citizens with Errol Lewis.
Steven Romalewski, director of the mapping service at the CUNY Graduate Center discusses the long history of black voter disenfranchisement in the United States.
New York Times, 5.6.13
Columnist David Brooks cites the immigration research of Distinguished Professor Richard Alba.
MSNBC, Melissa Harris-Perry Show, 5.6.13
By Sujatha Fernandes, Associate Professor of Sociology at Queens College and the Graduate Center
History Network News, 5.5.13
By Joshua Brown, Professor of History, the Graduate Center, CUNY and Executive Director of the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning
Al Jazzera, 5.4.13
Co-authored by Gerald Markowitz, Professor of History at John Jay College and the Graduate Center, CUNY
WNYC, The Leonard Lopate Show, 5.2.13
Professor Gerald Markowitz
, Distinguished Professor, History and Public Health, the Graduate Center, discusses the history of public health issues for poor children related to lead paint poisoning. He is co-author of "Lead Wars: The Politics of Science and the Fate of America's Children."
Featuring Professor John Mollenkopf
MSNBC, Melissa Harris Perry Show, 4.14.13
Prof. Sujatha Fernandes discusses the contributions of Cuban rappers and how they expand political space in Cuba and challenge the regime.
New York Amsterdam News, 4.11.13
Prof. Eli Silverman, John Jay College and the Graduate Center CUNY, testified in the trial, presenting a survey that reflected that NYPD officers made more arrests after the COMSTAT system was implemented by the police department.
New York Times, 4.10.13
Prof. Emily Braun, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY discusses highlights of the Leonard Lauder Cubist art collection gift to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Prof. Setha Low, discusses how the wealth gap increases tensions between wealthy and poor on access to public spaces.
Inside Higher Ed, 3.21.13
A new digital initiative known as the "Praxis Network" being undertaken by seven universities, including The City University of New York Graduate Center that will "prepare students for a career out of the classroom or into new kinds of classrooms."
The American Prospect, 3.15.13
Authored by Associate Professor Sujatha Fernandes, The Graduate Center; Fernandes writes about women taxi cab drivers in New York City
Graduate Center Executive Director of the Leon Levy Center for Biography Gary Giddins discusses upcoming annual conference
The American Prospect, 3.14.13
Authored by Associate Professor Sujatha Fernandes, The Graduate Center; Fernandes writes about Latino construction workers in New York City
The American Prospect, 3.13.13
Authored by Associate Professor Sujatha Fernandes, The Graduate Center and co-written with Tom D Wu, PhD candidate, The Graduate Center; Fernandes and Wu write about Chinese delivery workers who live and work in Flushing, Queens
MSNBC, March 10th, 2013
Professor Fernandes was cited in the LA Times
and mentioned in a Nation
article about the passing of Hugo Chávez.
NPR, March 8, 2013
Minnesota Public Radio 3.6.13
Prof. John Mollenkopf featured on children of immigrants
NY Metro 3.6.13
Prof. Lev Manovich featured on teaching coding
The Observer.com/Beta Beat, March 5, 2013
Coverage of the Theorizing the Web conference, sponsored by JustPublics@365
New York Times Sunday Book Review 3.1.13
Prof. Morris Dickstein, reviewer