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2:00 PM | 6:30 PM
Celebrating the recent publication of Black Acting Methods: Critical Approaches (Routledge 2017), Dr. Sharrell D. Luckett will host a conversation with fellow theatre teachers, researchers, and...
2:00 PM | 4:00 PM
This event will be a unique opportunity for potential applicants to meet with Executive Officer Joel Allen, as well as other faculty and current doctoral students in the program. Detailed information...
3:00 PM | 4:30 PM
New Hire Orientation for member entering teaching and non-teaching titles. During this session new employees are ask to present completed New Hire Packet along with Form I-9 documents for employment...
4:30 PM | 5:30 PM
Presenter: Lourdes Ortega
Correcting grammar errors in speaking or writing is thought to be part of every language teacher’s job, a professional duty that many...
6:00 PM | 7:30 PM
Horațiu Rădulescu (1942–2008)
l'exil interieur for cello and piano (1997)
Kaija Saariaho (b. 1952)
Petals for cello and electronics (1988) ...
Transnational Feminist Practices Against War Continued… Critiquing Endless Wars of Empire
Inderpal Grewal and Caren Kaplan in conversation with Neha Vora
In an era of endless war,...
With recent votes to ratify in Nevada and Illinois, the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) is back in the public consciousness. In this positive new era for the ERA, women of color are leading the momentum...
6:30 PM | 9:30 PM
12:00 PM | 1:45 PM
A lecture with Professor Michael Dinerstein, University of Chicago and NBER
Title: Allocation and Choice in Urban Education
“Search, Matching, and Training”
4:00 PM | 5:00 PM
This important orientation is required for you to be processed to payroll. Please bring original Social Security card.
Dichterliebe, Op. 48
Grief and Death:
Do not go, my love
Love and Dedication:
Because I Liked You Better
10:00 AM | 11:00 AM
A TLC Workshop
4:30 PM | 6:30 PM
Hindu nationalism ascends as hegemonic political force in India under conditions of deepening economic crises. Alliance with big capital has been crucial for 'the Prime Minister Narendra...
This session will cover the basics of bringing a thesis project to completion. A panel of recent graduates will discuss approaches to starting their research, finding a faculty advisor, writing...
6:30 PM | 8:00 PM
André Carrington, Kishonna Gray and Lavelle Porter will discuss the complexities of science fiction in the literary tradition and as a multibillion dollar revenue generating industry spanning movies,...
In the first of our Indigenous Migration NY series, panelists Miryam Yataco, Jose Higuera, Charlie Uruchima, and Wynnie Lamour (NYU) will join us to discuss their respective initiatives, programs,...
10:00 AM | 4:00 PM
If you are an undergraduate or Masters student studying Mathematics, we invite you to the GC Fall 2018 Mathfest:
You will meet faculty as well as current and former graduate students
10:00 AM | 11:30 AM
Hadar Feldman Samet
"Mysticism, Messianism and Ritual: The Secret Religion of the Sabbatian ma’aminim"
The Ma’aminim – the faithful – are the decedents of...
Alix Beeston, Cardiff University
The experimental form of John Dos Passos’s first major novel, the episodic, multilinear Manhattan Transfer (1925), has long been understood in connection with...
Round table featuring:
Melissa Dinsman (York College/CUNY), “Night Vision and the Wartime Literary Imagination."
Cliff Mak (Queens College/CUNY), "Excuses for Autonomy: Modernism,...
4:15 PM | 6:00 PM
Graham Jones (MIT)
"Indigenous Illusionism and the Global Magic System"
Part of the New World Migrations lecture series
Marisa J. Fuentes’s scholarship brings together critical historiography, historical geography, and black feminist theory to examine gender,...
6:00 PM | 8:00 PM
Happy Birthday Marsha! a biopic about Marsha P. Johnson, the iconic transgender artist and activist who ignited the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York City.
6:30 PM | 8:30 PM
En esta ponencia, propongo un análisis del hilo como elemento visual y conceptual en la obra de la artista Frida Kahlo que demuestra el profundo impacto de la tecnología telefónica y la conectividad...
Portuguese fado explores the dualities of existence—love and loss, belonging and isolation, joy and pain. Marco Oliveira is a singer-songwriter who charts fado’s path in the modern world...
A lecture with Professor Kiki Pop-Eleches, Columbia University and NBER
Title: Parental Monitoring and Children’s Internet Use: The Role of Information, Control, and Cues
Catherine Rottenberg, discussing her new book, The Rise of Neoliberal Feminism, which offers a new framework for understanding the kind of cultural work neoliberal feminism carries out. Rottenberg...
Join us for a screening of Manthia Diawara’s film Édouard Glissant: One World in Relation (2009, 48 min) follows Édouard Glissant, thinker of Relation and the All-World, on a transatlantic...
Pamela Franciotti will be presenting on a topic in Syntax.
Intervention Effects in L2 English Raising:
Evidence from Acceptability Judgments
The paper investigates subject –...
Hussein Ghaly presents on a topic in computational linguistics.
In the face of ambiguity: can prosody improve parsing?
In this research, our goal is to improve parsing using prosody. While...
About the Event
How is the NYC economy performing? What is the city’s industry mix and what is the industry employment outlook? What are some of the typical occupations that could sync with...
6:00 PM | 8:30 PM
Join the Urban Education community for our annual Open House for the Ph.D. Program in Urban Education.
This event will be held in rooms C201 - C205 at The Graduate Center, CUNY.
1:00 PM | 2:00 PM
Catherine Cho, violin, Graduate Center faculty member Marcy Rosen, cello, and Robert McDonald, piano, present a program including Antonín Dvořák’s Trio in F Minor Op. 65, Maurice Ravel’s...
2:00 PM | 6:00 PM
Join us for a day exploring the works and vision of Yin Mei, Chinese-American choreographer, performer, director, and professor of Dance at Queens College, CUNY in conversation with visiting scholars...
Alison Gabriele (University of Kansas) presents,
Examining variability in native and second language processing
Abstract: Although it is uncontroversial to state that a hallmark of second...
Three Piano Pieces, D. 946
No. 1 in E-flat minor
No. 2 in E-flat major
No. 3 in C major
Franz Schubert, transcribed by Franz Liszt
Der Müller und der Bach
This panel will bring together healthcare professionals with artists and researchers using technology meant for healing and pain management in their creative practice. Healthcare is becoming...
Reservations are full. This event will be LIVE-STREAMED.
Roxane Gay, a powerful literary voice and one of today’s most-watched cultural critics, joins in a reading and conversation with...
6:30 AM | 8:00 PM
The first biography of Elaine de Kooning, A Generous Vision portrays a woman whose intelligence, droll sense of humor, and generosity of spirit endeared her to friends and gave her a starring role in...
10:00 AM | 6:00 PM
Presenter: Cynthia Martin
This workshop provides an overview of the ACTFL Oral Proficiency Rating Scale and a description of the functions, contexts/content areas,...
On Friday, November 9, from 10:00 to 11:30 am, Ingrid Tulloch, Ph. D. from Morgan State University will present “Adverse life experiences as a predictor of personality and serum cytokine...
Last day to file for unevaluated withdrawal ("W") from courses.
Jan Hamers, Professor in Care of Older Persons, Vice chair Ageing and Long-Term Care, deputy chairman of the department of Health Services Research and head of the multidisciplinary research line...
Professor of Sociology, University of California, Irvine
Visiting Scholar, Russell Sage Foundation
Personal storytelling has become a standard part of cause advocacy...
4:00 PM | 6:00 PM
David Fleischer (Ph.D. University of Florida); renowned political analyst, chief editor of Brazil Focus, emeritus professor at the University of Brasilia. Fleischer has published extensively on...
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Matthew Reilly (City College)
"Archaeologies of Whiteness from the West Indies to the West Africa"
Students are invited to participate in a very hands on workshop on kickstarting their final papers. After identifying which kind of paper each of you is asked to write, we will brainstorm elements of...
Speaker: Mingxian Zhong (Lehman College)
Title: Coloring graphs with forbidden induced subgraphs
Abstract: Graph coloring is a fundamental problem in graph theory and has a variety of...
Learn how to use this excellent, open-source citation management software. We will teach you how to install Zotero on your laptop, sign up for a Zotero account, add citations to your account, create...
2:00 PM | 4:30 PM
After the success of the first edition of the Japanese Playwrights Project (JPP) in 2007 once again the Segal Center brings some of the brightest, most innovative, and most engaging emerging...
FT employees will be trained on the use of the Banner Self-Service for electronic time and leave reporting. If there are any questions, please feel free to contact: email@example.com.
About the Workshop
While a CV is necessary for an academic job search, a resume is the preferred document for most other fields. In this workshop you will:
Learn the differences in purpose...
5:00 PM | 6:30 PM
7:00 PM | 9:30 PM
7:00 PM | 8:30 PM
Please join us for Zachary Leader, in conversation with Martin Amis, on the second volume of Leader's two-volume biography of Bellow, Love & Strife: 1965 - 2005.When this volume begins,...
A TLC Workshop on Teaching as an International Student
Are you an F-1 international student about to complete your program of study at The Graduate Center or the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY?
Are you considering working in the...
10:30 AM | 12:00 PM
Basic Kentico training explaining the CMSdesk, creating and editing pages, and using basic widgets.
Attendees must register with their GC email address.
A lecture with Professor Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham, Yale School of Management
Title: Predictably Unequal? The Effects of Machine Learning on Credit Markets
“Search, Matching, and...
4:00 PM | 6:30 PM
Teaching as an international student can be challenging. As international graduate students, we often don’t know what to expect when we first step into the classroom as teaching fellows or...
4:15 PM | 5:45 PM
Professor Michael Minkenberg, European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, will present his recent work on the Radical Right in Europe.
This event is part of the Ralph Bunche Forum/...
On the publication of Bing Crosby: Swinging on a Star: The War Years, 1940-1946, biographer Gary Giddins joins in conversation with Bing’s son Harry Crosby. In the much-anticipated follow-up to...
This book salon event with Meena Alexander has been cancelled. It will be rescheduled for the Spring 2019 semester.
At the heart of Meena Alexander’s eighth volume of poetry Atmospheric...
9:30 AM | 11:00 AM
The Job Search Process in the United States for International Students:
Are you an international student interested in finding a job in the United States?
Are you uncertain of how to navigate...
1:00 PM | 3:00 PM
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, the Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers fellowships abroad for one academic year to graduate students,...
About the Career Panel
“Independent schools pride themselves on providing a unique educational experience for students—one that is robust and mission-driven, tailored to low...
Professor Kenneth Tobin lecture, "Educational Research in a Changing World: Multilogicality in a Flux of Diverse Priorities, Ontologies and Axiologies"
Kenneth Tobin is a Presidential...
7:30 PM | 9:00 PM
This event has been cancelled. The next GC Composers recital will take place on Monday, December 10th.
8:45 AM | 3:00 PM
Learn more about funding your scholarship, creative practice, or special projects at a unique convening – Strategies for Arts and Humanities Grantseeking: A CUNY Town Hall on Thursday, November...
Kentico News and Events training for creating news and event items, selecting categories, and using the templates and widgets that display news and events.
Attendees must register with their GC...
No matter what your field of research, you have expertise that is valuable to public discourse. But how do you connect with a broader audience? In this hands-on workshop, Tanya Domi, Director of...
Are you an F-1 or J-1 international student enrolled in a program of study at the Graduate Center or the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY? Are you considering working off-campus...
Akinbiyi Akinlabi (Rutgers) presents:
On Five-Level Tone Systems: the case of DAN
How many pitch levels can be used contrastively in a single human language? The central goal of this research...
Several trends are visible in contemporary sociolinguistics as we witness a shift from a “macro- sociolinguistic” orientation to “whole languages and their distribution and usage...
The Italian sixteenth century offers the first sustained discussion of women’s militarism after antiquity. Women’s role in armed combat was debated and celebrated in didactic treatises,...
This session will cover the basics of bringing a capstone project to completion. A panel of recent graduates will discuss approaches to starting their research, finding a faculty advisor, writing...
9:30 AM | 6:00 PM
Physics and biology intersect on many scales, from the internal motions of single molecules to the collective motions of animal groups, and from the sub-picosecond dynamics of the initial events in...
12:45 PM | 7:00 PM
The year 2018 marks what would have been the 90th birthday of Édouard Glissant (1928-2011), the eminent thinker of Relation and the All-World (Tout-Monde) who taught for sixteen years at the Graduate...
Laura Villa (Queens College, CUNY), presents,
Heritage Language Teaching and the Neoliberal Turn in U.S. Higher Education
This presentation deals with the teaching of heritage languages,...
2:00 PM | 3:00 PM
The Wellness Center presents an interactive workshop on the challenges, joys, common experiences, and difficulties of adjusting to New York City and/or Graduate School. If you are new to the city...
Are you an International Student interested in working in the U.S. after your F-1 or J-1 status ends?
Do you want to know more about the options available to you after your Post-Completion OPT or...
Miles Grier, Queens College CUNY
Histories of racial ideology in the early Atlantic world tend to be derived from the fields of legal history and the history of science and their archives of...
Susan Eckstein, Professor of Sociology and International Relations, Boston University
Dr. Eckstein is a specialist on urbanization, immigration, poverty, rights and injustices, and social...
12:00 PM | 6:00 PM
Andrea Barnet on Visionary Women in conversation with Marie Brenner; "The Living and the Dead": Kai Bird and Stacy Schiff in conversation with James Atlas about the art of biography; Simon...
A lecture with Agustin Indaco, Graduate Center, Ph.D. Student
Title: From Twitter to GDP: Estimating Economic Activity from Social Media
“Search, Matching, and Training”
Icicles for flute
Arcana for flute and pre-recorded sound
Laconisme de l’aile for flute
Four Song Titles and...
Sita Patel presents on a topic in bilingual speech perception.
All are welcome!
Join us for "Mission Creep: Over-Policing the Poetic Imagination," the 12th Bi-Annual Stanley Burnshaw Lecture by poet and Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo. Undertaken with the best...
Rachel Ravov presents:
Using Legendre Polynomial Coefficients to Model Prosody in Sarcasm Detection and Nativeness Classification
Prosody, or intonation, is a vitally important aspect of...
College is closed. No classes scheduled.
1:00 PM | 8:30 PM
In 1968, the student body emerged on the global scene as a cohesive revolutionary movement fighting alongside oppressed people in India, East and Western Europe, South and North America, and...
4:30 PM | 6:00 PM
Noriko Matsumoto, Lecturer in Sociology, University of Vermont, PhD in Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center
Discussant: Vivian Louie, Professor of Urban Policy and Planning and Director of the Asian...
Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonata Op. 30, No. 1
Myths, Op. 30
I. Fountain of Arethusa
III. Dryads and Pan
6 Songs, Op. 48
10:30 AM | 11:30 AM
Classified Service Staff
11:30 AM | 1:30 PM
Perspectives on the Financial Crisis- Day 1
A Conference Sponsored by the Economics Program, the Economics Studies Group and the Graduate Center
The collapse of Lehman Brothers on September 2008...
1:00 PM | 2:30 PM
A lecture with Professor Joshua Angrist, MIT and NBER
Title: Breaking Ties: Regression Discontinuity Design Meets Market Design
“Search, Matching, and Training”
3:00 PM | 6:30 PM
Perspectives on the Financial Crisis- Day 2
The collapse of Lehman Brothers on September 2008 marked the beginning of one of the most important crises of our era. The Economics Program and the...
Professor Martin Ruck will give a talk, "Reflections on a Career Trajectory."
Martin D. Ruck is professor in the Departments of Psychology and Urban Education at The Graduate Center of...
This presentation will provide an introduction to the study of urban migration and its everyday places with a focus on changes and debates triggered by the recent refugee migration in Berlin,...
Join us in the James Gallery at the Graduate Center, CUNY for There is a Portal, Kayhan Irani’s latest multimedia performance project which uses storytelling, humor and participatory theater to...
Reservations are full. This event will be LIVE-STREAMED.
The original vision of artificial intelligence was about automation of cognition, conjuring images of robots and superhuman computers. But...
During the first months of WWII, over a million Polish citizens, Jews and Poles, escaped to the Soviet border. More than half were exiled by the Soviets in 1940, released in 1941, and spent the...
1:00 PM | 4:00 PM
Transcultural Nursing Society (TCNS) Northeast Chapter Presentation & Discussion followed by Annual Chapter Meeting.
Living in a Digital Age:
Role of Nurses in Using Social Media to Enhance...
Mary Robinson (NYU), presents, "TBA". Reception to follow in the Linguistics Department. All are welcome to attend!
Laura KunReuther (Bard College)
"Vessels or Witnesses? On the Labor of Field Interpreters for Global Organization"
Part of the New World Migrations lecture series.
Peter James Hudson is an Assistant Professor of African American Studies at UCLA who works at the intersection of US history and African Diaspora...