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The newest book by alumna Martha P. Nochimson (English) is David Lynch Swerves: Uncertainty from Lost Highway to Inland Empire (University of Texas Press, 2013).
Andrew C. Long (Comparative Literature, 2000) published Reading Arabia: British Orientalism in the Age of Mass Publications, 1880–1930 (Syracuse University Press, 2013). Long teaches in the... Read more
The Graduate Center is pleased to welcome accomplished scholar and critic David Joselit, who has been named distinguished professor in the Ph.D. Program in Art History as of Spring... Read more
Birthplace with Buried Stones
At the January 27 meeting of CUNY’s board of trustees, Joan Richardson, a member of the doctoral faculty in English and comparative literature, was appointed Distinguished Professor. She is... Read more
The Modern Art Cookbook
(Reaktion Books, 2013)
Barbara Heyman (Music Ph.D., 1989) has published her second book on Samuel Barber, Samuel Barber: A Thematic Catalogue of the Complete Works (Oxford University Press, 2012). She is now at work on... Read more
The Graduate Center echoes the University in expressing its commitment to promoting open academic exchange. Read more
Doctoral candidates Stephen E. Harris (Biology) and Marissa Bellino (Urban Education) have won the Science Prize for Inquiry-Based Instruction from the American... Read more
Religious Change and Indigenous People