Book covers by Graduate Center faculty and alumni.
These books by Graduate Center professors, students, and alumni make thoughtful and thought-provoking gifts, but you might also want to gift yourself. Read more
An interview with Colin Jerolmack (Ph.D. ’09, Sociology) about ways that environmentalists can work with local communities. Read more
The Society and Protest Workshop announces the fall 2021 schedule on "Insider-Outsider Strategies" theme. Read more
Professor Mucahit Bilici
Professor Mucahit Bilici, author of Finding Mecca in America, reflects on how the American Muslim community, of which he is a member, has fared since 9/11. Read more
Stanley Aronowitz (Credit: David Shankbone, Creative Commons)
The Graduate Center community is deeply saddened by the passing of Distinguished Professor Emeritus Stanley Aronowitz, a scholar of labor and social movements and a civil and labor rights activist. Read more
The Society and Protest Workshop invites contributions to four meetings in the Fall semester, 2021, on the theme of insider and outsider strategies. Read more
Alumnus Mitchell Alan Kaplan explores this timely issue in a new book chapter. Read more
Up to Heaven and Down to Hell: Fracking, Freedom, and Community in an American Town
(Princeton University Press, 2021)
Kevin Morris, a Sociology Ph.D. student and researcher at the Brennan Center for Justice describes his Congressional testimony in favor of the act. Read more
Members of the Urban Education Research Collective. Top row (left to right): José Luis Jiménez, Wendy Luttrell, Mieasia Edwards, and William Salomon Orellana. Bottom row (left to right): Nga Than, David Rosas, Kelly Brady, and Whitney Hollins.
Their report, COVID-19 & Racial Justice in Urban Education: NYC Parents Speak Out, illuminates parents’ insights, critiques, and recommendations. Read more