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Herb Berman, special assistant to the Graduate Center president, died July 6, 2014, after a long illness. Mr. Berman focused on government relations and brought a lifelong knowledge of New York... Read more
The Board of Trustees of the City University of New York has appointed Dr. Chase F. Robinson president of the Graduate Center, effective July 1, 2014. He has been the interim president of the... Read more
Beatrice Kachuck, professor emerita of educational psychology and women’s studies at the Graduate Center and Brooklyn College, and cofounder of the women’s studies programs at both... Read more
The Book of Eggs: A Life-Size Guide to the Eggs of Six Hundred of the World’s Bird Species
(University of Chicago Press, 2014)
Professor Lev Manovich (Computer Science) and his selfiecity.net colleagues Moritz Stefaner and Jay Chow have created SelfieSaoPaulo, a site-specific visualization for the 2014 SP_Urban Digital... Read more
The Graduate Center has begun a fifteen-year agreement with noted logician and philosopher Saul Kripke to curate and preserve the Kripke Archive. Read more
Pragmatism and American Experience: An Introduction
(Cambridge University Press, 2014)
God Laughed: Sources of Jewish Humor
Professor Ruth Milkman has been elected the 107th president of the American Sociological Association (ASA) for 2015–2016. She will assume her office in August 2015, following a year of... Read more
Writing Fashion in Early Modern Italy: From Sprezzatura to Satire