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David Garland, in the British Journal of Criminology, gave a fine review to The Criminological Imagination (Polity, 2011), the latest book by Jock Young (Dist. Prof., GC, Criminal Justice,... Read more
The James Gallery is pleased to present the work Common Assembly by Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency, a design group and residency program founded by Alessandro Petti, Sandi Hilal, and Eyal... Read more
In the Company of Men: Inside the Lives of Male Prostitutes
(Praeger, 2011) Read more
Through the support of President William P. Kelly and the efforts of the Office of Student Affairs and students in the Doctoral Program in Public Health, a dedicated space has been established at the... Read more
The Clarion, the magazine of CUNY’s Professional Staff Congress, featured doctoral faculty astronomer Kathleen E. Saavik Ford (Assoc. Prof., BMCC, Physics) in its March 2012 issue. Ford, who... Read more
Gay and Lesbian Cops: Diversity and Effective Policing
(Lynne Rienner, 2012) Read more
The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism from Edmund Burke to Sarah Palin
(Oxford University Press, 2011) Read more
The Dolphin in the Mirror: Exploring Dolphin Minds and Saving Dolphin Lives
(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2011) Read more
David Reynolds, distinguished professor of English and expert in American studies, writes in an op-ed for the Daily News (February 29, 2012): “Rick Santorum’s rejection of the separation... Read more
Katherine K. Chen (Asst. Prof., Sociology, City) won the 2011 Best Book Prize from the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) for her book Enabling Creative... Read more