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  • Parthenon Art is Coming

    We are thrilled to announce that on Friday, August 4, casts of the Frieze of the Parthenon, often referred to as the Elgin Marbles, will be installed in the Graduate Center lobby and Mina Rees Library. Read more

  • POTUS 6 Redeemed at 250

    This year marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of John Quincy Adams, and a new compilation of his diary entries, edited by Distinguished Professor David Waldstreicher (History), has received glowing reviews in The Wall Street Journal and The Christian Science MonitorRead more

  • Noted in 'The New York Times'

    A recent New York Times op-ed cites Freedom Time: Negritude, Decolonization, and the Future of the World (Duke Press, 2015) by Associate Professor Gary Wilder (Anthropology) as a work that is pertinent to today’s global turmoil. Read more

  • Classics for the Public Good: Provost Joy Connolly

    It is time to take a new, more civically-minded approach to classical studies, according to Graduate Center Provost and Senior Vice President Joy Connolly. Read more

  • Inequality Conference Sets Precedents

    The Graduate Center has established a firm foothold in the burgeoning field of inequality studies, as evidenced by the 2017 Society for the Study of Economic Inequality (ECINEQ) conference. Read more

  • Faculty Book: Sherrie L. Baver

    Latinos In New YorkSherrie L. Baver, Angelo Falcón, and Gabriel Haslip-Viera
    Latinos in New York: Communities in Transition
    Notre Dame Press (2017)





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  • New Report Shows that 9/11-Era Veterans Are Faring Better Financially than the General Public

    The advantage holds true across all race, ethnicity and gender categories, although some groups are faring better than others, according to researchers at the Graduate Center, CUNY’s Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies Read more

  • Allison Padilla-Goodman ’14 Named ADL Southeast Regional Director

    Allison Padilla-Goodman ’14 (Ph.D., Sociology), a veteran community organizer, educator, and activist against racism and anti-Semitism, was named the Southeast Regional Director for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). Read more

  • Anthropology Program Awarded Record Number of Dissertation Fellowships

    The Graduate Center’s Anthropology Program was awarded a record five International Dissertation Research Fellowships (IDRFs) by the Social Science Research Council — more than any other anthropology program in the United States. Read more

  • Block Party

    Peter Krashes, "Summer Streets," Gouache, 48 x 72 inches. Courtesy the artist

    Peter Krashes, "Summer Streets," Gouache, 48 x 72 inches. Courtesy the artist

    Peter Krashes' solo exhibition, Block Party, on view at the James Gallery September 16 through October 28, 2017, opens Friday, September 15 at 6pm.  Read more