Graduate Center faculty are noted scholars and prolific authors. Their books range from award-winning academic treatises to best-sellers. Find a selection of their books here.
For books by discipline, please visit the academic program pages.
Unknown, Woman with wax tablets and stylus (so-called “Sappho"), c. 55–79, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, Naples.
Professor Ronnie Ancona and her former student Georgia Tsouvala have co-edited a book in honor of Professor Emerita Sarah Pomeroy and her landmark study, "Goddesses, Whores, Wives, and Slaves." Read more
Gita Martohardjono and Suzanne Flynn (editors)
Language in Development: A Crosslinguistic Perspective
(The MIT Press, 2021)
Glenn Petersen (Photo courtesy of Petersen)
Professor Glenn Petersen also shares advice to veterans of today's wars. Read more
Erotic Citizens Sex and the Embodied Subject in the Antebellum Novel
(University Press of Virginia, 2019)
Sierra Rooney. Jennifer Wingate and Harriet F. Senie (Editors)
Teachable Monuments: Using Public Art top Spark Dialogue and Confront Controversy
Climate Change, Torn between Myth and Fact
(Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2021)
Ronnie Ancona and Georgia Tsouvala
New Directions in the Study of Women in the Greco-Roman World
(Oxford University Press, 2021)
Elizabeth Jeglic and Cynthia Calkins, Editors
Handbook of Issues in Criminal Justice Reforn in the United States
Two lichens found in Brooklyn: Xanthomendoza fallax in Prospect Park and British Solider Lichen (Cladonia cristatella) at Floyd Bennett Field. (Photos: Jordan Hoffman)
The book is not just for academics, but for anyone who is curious about the world around them. Read more
From their latest books about historical figures both well-known and overlooked, to the hidden histories of New York City’s buildings and neighborhoods, to race and the Black experience, these Graduate Center authors have your summer reads covered. Read more