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The judges cited Pardlo's "clear-voiced poems that bring readers the news from 21st Century America, rich with thought, ideas and histories public and private."
When did the Civil War end? Not with Lee’s surrender to Grant in 1865, asserts Professor Gregory P. Downs (GC/City College).
Distinguished Professor Leith Mullings (Anthropology) is among 32 scholars to receive up to $200,000 in funding each for research and writing.
A new op-ed by Distinguished Professor Cathy Davidson (English) highlights the GC's major initiative to help reverse a "40-year assault on higher education."