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The journal of the Masters Program in Liberal Studies, Room 4108, has officially launched! Room 4108 showcases the many voices and interests of CUNY Graduate Center students, particularly students in the Liberal Studies program. You may find more information about Room 4108, submission guidelines, student work, and more at: Room4108.org
Professor Jason Tougaw’s Fall 2013 course, entitled “Inventing the Self,” in the M.A. in Liberal Studies Program at the CUNY Graduate Center has created an online anthology of each student’s research project. Collecting the Self. Read more
The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies is proud to highlight a new track: Individualized Studies Read more
The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies is proud to highlight a new track: Migration and Global Cities Read more