The Graduate Center offers more than thirty doctoral programs in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, including History.
Learn about the Graduate Center's core faculty,
including Distinguished Professor David Joselit (pictured),
on the Faculty Profiles page.
Through its extensive public programming, the Graduate Center contributes to the intellectual and cultural vitality of New York City.
The Graduate Center has awarded nearly $1.7 million in dissertation fellowships to eighty-six doctoral candidates for the 2014–2015 academic year.
Support for the Graduate Center ensures continued excellence in arts and
sciences graduate education, research, and public programming.
A History of African American Theatre
(Cambridge University Press, 2003)
The Heirs of Molière
(Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, 2003)
Leopards in the Temple: The Transformation of American Fiction, 1945-1970
(Harvard University Press, 2002; 242 pp.) Read more
Pixérécourt: Four Melodramas
(Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, 2002; 322 pp.)
Italian Opera in Late Eighteenth-Century London. Volume II: The Pantheon Opera and its Aftermath 1789-1795
(Oxford University Press, 2001; 883 pp.)