The Luxembourg Income Study Center, led by Professor Janet Gornick (Political Science/Sociology) continues to attract significant attention and support, reflected in a recent $1.5 million award from the National Science Foundation. Read more
The CUNY Mapping Service, part of the GC’s Center for Urban Research, has created a series of interactive maps that allow the public to explore how Long Island’s communities have changed over the past four decades, and how these changes have contributed to the region’s current economic and housing issues. Read more
Distinguished Professor John Mollenkopf (Political Science/Sociology) is featured in an online “slow debate” among leading scholars, advocates, and practitioners on how racial and class segregation contributed to last year’s events in Ferguson, Missouri. Read more
Anton Vidokle, Film still from "This Is Cosmos", 2014.
Professor Ruth Milkman (Sociology), a scholar of labor and labor movements, has been a prominent voice in recent national news coverage of paid parental and sick, following President Barack Obama’s call to make paid leave a national policy. Read more
A symphonic poem by doctoral student Polina Nazaykinskaya (Music Composition) was recently performed by the Minnesota Orchestra. Read more
Filmmakers from the CUNY community are eligible to submit their films to the seventh annual CUNY Film Festival at Macaulay Honors College. The deadline for entries is February 27. Read more
Professor Janet Gornick (Political Science/Sociology) recently lent her expertise to two hot-button issues featured in the Washington Post: parental leave policy and income inequality. Read more
Professor Janet Gornick (GC Political Science/Sociology), in a New York Times letter to the editor, offered a firsthand account of the mass unity rally in Paris, following last week’s terrorist attacks. Read more
Debates in the Digital Humanities Series
(University of Minnesota Press)
Professor Matthew K. Gold (NYCCT/GC, English) recently announced the Debates in the Digital Humanities Series (University of Minnesota Press), a new book series highlighting key tensions that are shaping the field.