The Graduate Center is a vibrant intellectual and cultural hub in the heart of Manhattan known for its world-class academic programs, research centers, public events, and more. Explore this section to access a range of activities in various Areas of Interest to you, including Arts & Culture, Humanities, Music & Performance, New York City, Sciences, and Social Sciences.
1st floor of the library
Six concerts featuring renowned musicians from Africa,
Australasia, Europe, and the Middle East.
Albert Einstein Chair in Science (Mathematics) and Distinguished Professor
André Aciman (Dist. Prof., Comparative Literature)
Roger Hart (Prof., Earth and Environmental Sciences, Psychology)
Dagmar Herzog (Daniel Rose Faculty Scholar, History)
David Nasaw (Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. Dist. Prof., History)
Surrealist Love Poems
(University of Chicago Press, 2002; 120 pp.)
Sources of Anglo-Saxon Literary Culture, volume one
(Western Michigan University, 2001; 600 pp.) Read more
(Phaidon Press, 2004; 304 pp.) Read more
Italian Opera in Late Eighteenth-Century London. Volume II: The Pantheon Opera and its Aftermath 1789-1795
(Oxford University Press, 2001; 883 pp.)