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Professor Duncan Faherty (GC/Queens, English/American Studies) has been named the inaugural director of the Graduate Center’s new Early Research Initiative (ERI), which will provide opportunities for doctoral students to do exploratory research early in their graduate careers.
In a new Al Jazeera America op-ed, Professor Treitler (GC/Baruch, Sociology) explores why Americans of color are only about half as likely to visit U.S. national parks as whites. Read more
Distinguished Professor David S. Reynolds (English) published an essay this week exploring the meaning of the iconic character Atticus Finch, as portrayed in the recently released novel by Harper Lee, Go Set a Watchman. Read more
Professor Michael Mandiberg (GC/Staten Island, Interactive Technology and Pedagogy) is featured in the New York Times on his latest project, “From Aaaaa! To ZZZap!,” which opens today at the city’s Denny Gallery. Read more
New works by Tania León (GC/Music) are in the spotlight at international festivals this summer. Read more
Distinguished Professor Meena Alexander (GC/Hunter, English) is one of three poets who will read from their work at a free event tonight at the New York Public Library. Read more
In a compelling new op-ed for The Atlantic, Distinguished Professor David Reynolds (English) traces the history of the Confederate flag — a flashpoint for national tensions long before the recent Charleston church massacre. Read more
The Graduate Center is publishing the fifth edition of its “Lost & Found” series, which features unexpected, genre-bending works by important 20th century writers. Read more
In a New York Times op-ed titled “The Myth of a White Minority,” Distinguished Professor Richard Alba (Sociology) sheds light on the Census Bureau’s “outdated, illogical methods” in forecasting an imminent white minority. Read more
On Tuesday, May 5, the GC’s European Union Studies Center will commemorate the end of World War II with a special event, “Victory in Europe: The 70th Anniversary of the Defeat of European Fascism,” the Otto and Fran Walter Memorial Lecture. Read more