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The United Nations and Changing World Politics, 7th ed.
(Westview Press, 2013)
Interim President Chase Robinson has announced that Jay Golan has joined the Graduate Center’s Office of Institutional Advancement, effective November 11, as Vice President for Institutional... Read more
David Nasaw, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. professor of history and author of The Patriarch: The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy, describes how the assassination of President John F. Kennedy was communicated to Joseph Kennedy. Read more
Frances Fox Piven, distinguished professor of political science and sociology, was interviewed on a JustPublics@365 podcast. Read more
JustPublics@365 spoke with Ashley Dawson, professor of English, about his book Mongrel Nation and his work as the web coeditor of the journal Social Text. Read more
Doctoral faculty members Michael Handel (Prof., Lehman, Mathematics) and Victor Pan (Dist. Prof., Lehman, Computer Science, Mathematics) have been appointed Fellows of the American Mathematical... Read more
Berenice II and the Golden Age of Ptolemaic Egypt
(Oxford University Press, 2013)
Lev Manovich, professor of computer science, is named one of Complex Magazine's 25 People Shaping the Future of Design. Read more
Breathless: An American Girl in Paris
(Seal Press, 2013)