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365 Fifth Newsletter  |  Issue 37  |  Feb. 2018  |
Something to
Sing About
Music Professor Tania León reflects on her latest accolade — a major award from United States Artists.
News from the GC
New NYC Council Member Keith Powers (sM.A. ’13, Political Science) represents his alma mater.
One of Our Own in City Hall
New NYC Council Member Keith Powers (M.A. ’13, Political Science) represents his alma mater.
Master’s student Christina Trupiano recreates a historic dress.
Wearable Feminism
Master’s student Christina Trupiano recreates a historic dress.
Ph.D. candidate Do Lee has found that New York’s electric bike ban is anti-immigrant.
E-Bikes and Immigrants: Taking a Stand
Ph.D. candidate Do Lee has found that New York’s electric bike ban is anti-immigrant.
Ph.D. Candidate Ian Olasov takes philosophy to the streets.
The Philosopher Is In
Ph.D. candidate Ian Olasov takes philosophy to the streets.
Just Published
Humanitarianism, War, and Politics: Solferino to Syria and Beyond
Humanitarianism, War, and Politics: Solferino to Syria and Beyond
Peter J. Hoffman, Ph.D. ’12
Thomas G. Weiss
(Political Science)
Extreme Cities: The Peril and Promise of Urban Life in the Age of Climate Change
Extreme Cities: The Peril and Promise of Urban Life in the Age of Climate Change
Ashley Dawson
(English)
Critical Approaches to the Production of Music and Sound
Critical Approaches to the Production of Music and Sound
Eliot Bates
(Music)
New At the GC
Major Support for the TLC
The Teaching & Learning Center launches new initiatives, thanks to two gifts from Leonard and Judy Lauder and The Charina Endowment Fund.
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Overheard At the GC
Meet GC students Inés Vañó García and Julia Castello.
Inés Vañó García
Inés Vañó García
(Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures)
CUNY Humanities Alliance Fellow
“The staff at the TLC is superb! They are always friendly and welcoming; they are knowledgeable and helpful, and strive to make students active participants in their own pedagogical practices. I hope that everybody is able to meet this amazing group of people and take advantage of the resources they offer.”
Julia Castello
Julia Castello
(Biochemistry)
Making headlines for paper in Molecular Psychiatry
"Even if it’s just a preliminary stage of research … [it] broadens our understanding about the cause of depression as well as the action of antidepressants, which could lead to new therapies that work more efficiently and faster for more people.”
Come to Our Events
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02
27
Urgent Conversation: Sexism, Misogyny, and Patriarchy
Leading writers and thinkers join journalist Carol Jenkins to discuss #MeToo and shifting power dynamics.
Part of the Urgent Conversations series.
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02
28
U.S. Tax Reform: Where Are We Now?
Distinguished Professor Paul Krugman and other experts from both sides of the political spectrum assess the new tax code.
Presented with the Stone Center on Socio-Economic Inequality.
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