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The Community Development Reader, 2nd ed.
Experts from the City University of New York, public and nonprofit sectors, and city government discussed lessons learned from Superstorm Sandy in three sessions, all free and open to the public,... Read more
The Religious and the Political: A Comparative Sociology of Religion
(Cambridge University Press, 2013)
Ofelia Garcia (Prof., GC, Urban Education, Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages) is giving keynote speeches this summer at the International Symposium on Bilingualism, Singapore,... Read more
The National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis has nominated a book by Steven B. Tuber (Prof., City, Psychology), Understanding Personality Through Projective Testing (Jason... Read more
The Geographical Encyclopedia of the Holocaust in Hungary
(Northwestern University Press, 2013)
Out of Many, One: Obama and the Third American Political Tradition
(University of Chicago Press, 2013)
Global Governance: What? Why? Whither?
(Polity Press, 2013)
“On July 1, I’ll be moving to 42nd Street, CUNY’s central office,” said President William Kelly in his opening remarks at the Graduate Center’s last community meeting... Read more
Janet C. Gornick (Prof., GC, Political Science, Sociology) coauthored, with Sherry Leiwant, an Op-Ed piece titled “La lucha por la igualdad está aún lejos de terminar” (The fight for... Read more