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.
Colonial Migrants at the Heart of Empire
(University of California Press, 2020)
Professor Eric D. Weitz and his book "A World Divided" (Photos courtesy of Princeton University Press)
Professor Eric D. Weitz’s new book, A World Divided, offers lessons from history that illuminate our current crisis. Read more
Professor Matt Brim and the cover of his book, "Poor Queer Studies"
Professor Matt Brim unpacks the ways elitism impacts the field of queer studies in a new book. Read more
A Jewish community in Trostenets, Ukraine, after the destruction of a pogrom. (Photo courtesy of Professor Elissa Bemporad)
A new book about a horrific chapter of Jewish history offers lessons for today on how government policies can impact ethnic violence. Read more
Poor Queer Studies
(Duke University Press, 2020)
Professor Massimo Pigliucci (Photo courtesy of Massimo Pigliucci)
Professor Massimo Pigliucci became a philosopher after a career in biology, getting three doctoral degrees along the way. He counters criticism of the humanities. Read more
Children Framing Childhoods: Working-Class Kids’ Visions of Care
(Policy Press, 2020)
Jeff Maskovsky (co-editor) and Sophie Bjork-James (co-editor)
Beyond Populism: Angry Politics and the Twilight of Neoliberalism
(West Virginia University, 2020))
Arguing with Zombies: Economics, Politics, and the Fight for a Better Future
(W. W. Norton & Company, 2020)
Charles Liu, Karen Masters, and Sevil Salur
30-Second Universe: 50 most significant ideas, theories, principles and events that sum up the field
(Ivy Press, 2019)