Photo Credit: Joseph Entin, 2014
Associate Professor Joseph Entin (GC/Brooklyn, English/American Studies) is co-leading an oral history project called the Brooklyn College Listening Project. Read more
Rachel M. Brownstein is the author of three critically acclaimed books, Why Jane Austen? (Columbia University Press, 2011); Becoming a Heroine: Reading about Women in Novels (Viking, 1982); and Tragic Muse: Rachel of the Comedie-Francaise (Knopf, 1993).
Professor Rachel Brownstein will be a Plenary Speaker at the 2015 JASNA (Jane Austen Society of North America) Annual General Meeting, which will take place in Louisville, KY, on October 9-11.
An online anthology of essays on selfhood, revelation, and agency by MALS students.
The Graduate Center’s GC Digital Scholarship Lab, in partnership with the University of Minnesota Press, was recently awarded a $732,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to launch Manifold Scholarship — a major advancement for scholarly authorship in a digital environment. Read more
The Graduate Center today announced an application fee waiver for any student who has graduated from a CUNY college with a bachelor or master’s degree, or who will have graduated from one before starting at the Graduate Center (if admitted), per the City University of New York’s Board of Trustees. Read more
The Graduate Center Awarded Multimillion-Dollar Grant to Establish The CUNY Center for Digital Scholarship and Data Visualization Read more
The Graduate Center to establish the Center for Digital Scholarship and Data Visualization as part of CUNY Big Data Consortium Read more
Alice E. Harrison (MALS, 1995) published her novel Mid-Manhattan
in 2013, and Greg Masters (MALS, 1994) published his book For the Artists: Critical Writing, Vol. 1 in 2014. Read more
Writing Fashion in Early Modern Italy. From Sprezzatura to Satire
The Graduate Center and CUNY project Commons In A Box (CBOX) won a 2013 Digital Humanities Award for “best DH tool or suite of tools.” Digital Humanities Awards, given annually, are... Read more