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The Graduate Center will host a film screening and panel discussion for Red Metal, a film that features Distinguished Professor Joshua Freeman (History). Freeman helps trace the historic labor strikes of 1913 that devastated Michigan's Copper Country and the American labor movement to this day.
Jay Golan named the Graduate Center’s Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Executive Director of the Graduate Center Foundation.
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19th and 20th century French theater, 20th and 21st century French novel, Queer Theory, Feminisms
“Between Collaboration and Resistance: Jean Cocteau and the Occupation Press” Contemporary French Civilization. 21(2), Summer/Fall 2007: 139-160.
“Jean Genet.” The Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender. Ed. Fedwa Malti-Douglas. MacMillan, 2007. 632-4.
“Jean Cocteau.” The Dictionary of Literary Biography: Twentieth-Century French Dramatists. Mary Anne O’Neil, Ed. Columbia, SC: Bruccoli, Clark, Layman, 2006. 120-137.
“La Liberté dans l’évasion de l’identité homosexuelle: Une Lecture de Querelle de Brest.” Aimez-vous le queer? (CRIN 44). Ed. Lawrence R. Schehr. Amsterdam/New York: CRIN, 2005. 63-73.