Distinguished Professor Morris Dickstein (English/Theatre) is the subject of a new video documentary for Tablet magazine, focusing on his new memoir, Why Not Say What Happened. Read more
Peter Eckersall, a pioneering researcher in Japanese theatre and dramaturgy and contemporary performance, has joined the Graduate Center as professor of theatre as of Spring 2014. Read more
In an initiative to promote innovation in doctoral education, the Graduate Center, City University of New York, will award up to eight new Humanities Fellowships to students entering in Fall 2014. Read more
Emelise Aleandri (Theatre, 1984) has a lead role in the independent film Sister Italy, written by Angela Sciddurlo Rago and directed by Angelo Bonsignore, which premiered in New York on July 13.
Among the women honored with a “Top Brooklyn Women in Business Networking Award” this year is Graduate Center alumna Dr. Emelise Aleandri (Theatre, 1984), a former resident of Bay... Read more
Jonathan Kalb (Professor, Hunter, Theatre), who serves as literary advisor and resident artist for Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA), is curating a free “Open Book” lecture series... Read more
Shakespeare Made French: Four Plays by Jean-François Ducis
(Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, 2013)
Theatre students Emily Clark (l.) and Dan Venning (r.) offer the Kirle Gift to Chief Librarian Polly Thistlethwaite (center). Photo: Lynette Gibson
Alumnus Dr. Bruce Kirle (Theatre, 2002), a lifelong lover of musical theatre, died suddenly at the age of 59 in 2007. With the collaboration of the Ph.D. Program in Theatre and the Mina Rees... Read more
The Graduate Center mourns the recent loss of five vital members of its community.