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(Penn State Press, 2012) Read more
Elusive Victories: The American Presidency at War
(Oxford University Press, 2012) Read more
Heat Flow in Oklahoma and the South Central United States: A Comprehensive Heat Flow and Heat Generation Study
(Lambert Academic Publishing, 2012) Read more
Artificial Hells: Participatory Art and the Politics of Spectatorship
(Verso, 2012) Read more
Two members of the GC’s anthropology faculty, Gerald Creed (Prof., Hunter/GC), executive officer of the program, and Katherine Verdery (Julian J. Studley Faculty Scholar and Dist. Prof., GC)... Read more
Thrombo and Other Plays
(Performing Books, 2012) Read more
Machiavelli: A Life Beyond Ideology
(Continuum, 2011) Read more
Who’s Afraid of Frances Fox Piven?
(New Press, 2011) Read more
Jennifer Ball was a contributor to Byzantium and Islam: Age of Transition, ed. Helen C. Evans with Brandie Ratliffe (Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2012). She presented at the Colloquium of the... Read more
Associate Provost for Humanities and Social Sciences Louise Lennihan announced that the Graduate Center has awarded 2012–13 dissertation fellowships to seventy level-three doctoral... Read more