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On January 22, the Association of American Geographers (AAG) announced Ruth Wilson Gilmore as the winner of the 2014 Harold M. Rose Award, which honors scholars who lead social change. The... Read more
Peter Eckersall, a pioneering researcher in Japanese theatre and dramaturgy and contemporary performance, has joined the Graduate Center as professor of theatre as of Spring 2014. Read more
The Indian Institute of Advanced Study (IIAS) named Distinguished Professor Meena Alexander (Hunter, English) a National Fellow at the IIAS, beginning July 2014. The high honor was awarded to... Read more
Doctoral candidate Luz Salas has won a $150,000 grant from Asian Development Bank (ADB). Read more
Marie T. Filbin, distinguished professor at Hunter College and a member of the doctoral faculty in biochemistry and biology, died on January 15, 2014, in Ireland, after a long illness. She was an... Read more
Philosophy of Biology
(Princeton University Press, 2014)
Three members of the GC's consortial faculty, Arthur Apter (Baruch, Mathematics), Jay Rosen (CSI, Mathematics), and Richard McCoy (Queens, English), have been appointed distinguished professors,... Read more
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