Alumna Sybil Gottlieb (Clinical Psychology, 1968) died February 14, 2014. She taught at the School of Education at City College for many years and was a licensed psychologist in Westchester... Read more
Alumna Sara Pursley (2012) the first student in the Middle East major in the Ph.D. Program in History, has accepted a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at the Princeton Society of Fellows, starting... Read more
Alumna Claudia Moreno Pisano (English, 2010) edited Amiri Baraka and Edward Dorn: The Collected Letters (University of New Mexico Press, 2013). Pisano is an associate professor of English at... Read more
The newest book by alumna Martha P. Nochimson (English) is David Lynch Swerves: Uncertainty from Lost Highway to Inland Empire (University of Texas Press, 2013).
Andrew C. Long (Comparative Literature, 2000) published Reading Arabia: British Orientalism in the Age of Mass Publications, 1880–1930 (Syracuse University Press, 2013). Long teaches in the... Read more
Three Sociology alumni have new academic positions:
Zoe Meleo-Erwin, a 2013 graduate, has just accepted a tenure-track position at Eastern Connecticut State University. Zoe was a visiting assistant professor at Hunter this fall.
Patrick Inglis, another 2013 graduate, has recently accepted the tenure-track offer at Grinnell College starting fall 2014. Patrick is a Visiting Professor at Grinnell this year.
Roderick Graham, a 2009 graduate, has accepted a position at Old Dominion University. Roderick is at Rhode Island college for last few years. Read more
Barbara Heyman (Music Ph.D., 1989) has published her second book on Samuel Barber, Samuel Barber: A Thematic Catalogue of the Complete Works (Oxford University Press, 2012). She is now at work on... Read more
Alumnus Jamie K. McCallum (Sociology, 2011) has published Global Unions, Local Power: The New Spirit of Transnational Labor Organizing (Cornell University Press, 2013). McCallum is an assistant... Read more
Sociology alumni Tamara Mose Brown (2008) and Joanna Dreby (2007) are coeditors of Family and Work in Everyday Ethnography (Temple University Press, 2013), which includes chapters written by... Read more
Graduate Center alum Dr. Randol Contreras received the prestigious 2013 UC Press First Book Award for his book The Stickup Kids: Race, Drugs, Violence, and the American Dream. Read more