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Taking It Big: C. Wright Mills and the Making of Political Intellectuals
(Columbia University Press, 2012) Read more
The experimental exhibition “After History: Alexandre Kojève as a Photographer” presents the photographs, collected postcards, and hand-drawn itineraries of the... Read more
For its unique approach to digital humanities education, the Graduate Center’s Digital Fellows program has been selected to join the innovative Praxis Network (http://praxis-network.org/), a... Read more
Religion and Modern Society: Citizenship, Secularisation and the State
(Cambridge University Press, 2011) Read more
As part of the Community Mold Awareness Program, doctoral faculty member Jack Caravanos, an associate professor of public health based at Hunter, will be providing three-hour sessions on Mold... Read more
David E. Lavin, professor emeritus of sociology, died on March 14. He came to the Graduate Center and Lehman College in the early 1970s, after ten years at Harvard University, the University of... Read more
President William Kelly opened the first community meeting of the spring semester with brief remarks on the Graduate Center’s budget. He noted that while “there are ongoing austerity... Read more
Terry Samuels died on March 9, 2013. Mrs. Samuels was appointed to the Mina Rees Library on September 29, 1975, and retired on January 28, 2003, after more than twenty-seven years of service. A... Read more
John Florio: A Worlde of Wordes
(University of Toronto Press, 2013) Read more
Theatre students Emily Clark (l.) and Dan Venning (r.) offer the Kirle Gift to Chief Librarian Polly Thistlethwaite (center). Photo: Lynette Gibson
Alumnus Dr. Bruce Kirle (Theatre, 2002), a lifelong lover of musical theatre, died suddenly at the age of 59 in 2007. With the collaboration of the Ph.D. Program in Theatre and the Mina Rees... Read more