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Several scholarly journals have published special sections and issues commemorating the extraordinary research and influence of Distinguished Professor Jock Young (GC/John Jay, Criminal Justice... Read more
Lindsay Sarah Krasnoff (Ph.D. 2009, History), a historian in the U.S. Department of State’s Office of the Historian, published a New Yorker feature this week about basketball in France. Read more
Jordana Lovett (Biology) was awarded a 2014-15 “Careers in Immunology Fellowship” from the American Association of Immunologists (AAI). Read more
On May 8, the Graduate Center will host the Bridging Historias Conference, based on its two-year faculty development program that ends this fall. Read more
The Graduate Center’s GC Digital Scholarship Lab, in partnership with the University of Minnesota Press, was recently awarded a $732,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to launch Manifold Scholarship — a major advancement for scholarly authorship in a digital environment. Read more
After Appomattox: Military Occupation and the Ends of War
(Harvard University Press, 2015)
The GC’s Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies (CLACLS) announced today a new study that shows New York City’s child poverty rate was 32 percent in 2010 — 10 percentage points higher than the national average that year, the most recent timeframe for which data is available. Read more
Doctoral students in the Graduate Center’s Ph.D. Program in English have won awards of the highest distinction. Read more
Distinguished Professor Leith Mullings (Anthropology) was among the 32 scholars named as Andrew Carnegie Fellows in the program’s first year. The fellowship provides up to $200,000 to fund sabbaticals for research and writing. Read more
Distinguished Professor Cathy Davidson (English), director of the Futures Initiative (FI), published an op-ed this week in The Chronicle of Higher Education about how the FI is enhancing success in the classroom, and beyond. Read more