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Pi-Chun Grace Ho (Human Development) was awarded first-place prize at the Congress of the International Society on Cultural and Activity Research (ISCAR), held last month in Sydney, Australia. Read more
Crowds and Politics in North Africa
(Routledge, 2014) Read more
Distinguished Professor Lucien Szpiro (Mathematics) has been elected to the prestigious Academia Europaea. Read more
The Graduate Center has created new fellowships and initiatives in partnership with the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the world’s leading research facility focused on the global African and African diaspora. Read more
The Dynamics of Gender in Early Modern France
(Ashgate, 2014) Read more
The Frankfurt School, Jewish Lives, and Antisemitism
(Cambridge University Press, 2014) Read more
Professor Colette Daiute (Psychology/Urban Education) has been invited to participate in the 2015-2017 Seminar on Public Engagement and Collaborative Research, designed to consider the diverse ways the humanities can function in public life or as a public good. Read more
Professor Lev Manovich (Computer Science) announced today a new study of over 13,000 photos taken during the 2014 Ukrainian Revolution and shared on Instagram. Read more
Convocation and Installation of President Chase F. Robinson
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The Graduate Center has been awarded a $175,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support a Sawyer Seminar on the Comparative Study of Cultures entitled “Cultures and Histories of Freedom: Ideology, Slavery, and Creolization, 1500-1900.” Read more