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John Dennehy (Asst. Prof., Queens) and Diana Bratu (Asst. Prof., Hunter) have each received a 2012 Career Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Dr. Dennehy studies the spread of viruses... Read more
The Christian Science Monitor has named Charter Schools and the Corporate Makeover of Public Education, by doctoral faculty members Michael Fabricant (Prof., Hunter, Social Welfare) and Michelle Fine... Read more
From Gift to Commodity: Capitalism and Sacrifice in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction
(University of New Hampshire Press, 2012) Read more
Barbara Ann Naddeo (Assoc. Prof., City, History) is the winner of the 2011 Jacques Barzun Prize in Cultural History for Vico and Naples: The Urban Origins of Modern Social Theory, published by... Read more
Picturing Atrocity: Photography in Crisis
(Reaktion Books, 2012) Read more
Aspects of Multilingual Aphasia
(Multilingual Matters, 2012) Read more
Vico and Naples: The Urban Origins of Modern Social Theory
(Cornell University Press, 2011) Read more
Language: Communication and Human Behavior—The Linguistic Essays of William Diver
(Brill, 2011) Read more
Compassion Fatigue and Burnout in Nursing: Enhancing Professional Quality of Life
(Springer, 2012) Read more
(l. to r.) GC doctoral student Megan Hicks, Icelandic archaeologist Thora Petursdottir, and GC doctoral student Reaksha Persaud excavate a deeply stratified site at Skutustadir in North Iceland in 2010. Photo by Tom McGovern.
Doctoral faculty and graduate students in archaeology in the GC Anthropology Program have collaborated with an international team of geneticists and biologists in a study of the arctic fox in... Read more