The dissertation room at the Mina Rees Library. (Credit: Coralie Carlson)
The 2021–2022 awards, ranging from $5,000 to $25,0000 each, will support doctoral candidates in successfully completing their dissertations. Read more
Books by Graduate Center faculty and alumni.
From Georgia O'Keeffe to the ERA, here are some great books for Women's History Month. Read more
Torpey, a historian and sociologist, discusses his recent Forbes column comparing this pandemic to the one in 1918. Read more
Professor James Oakes and the cover of his latest book, "The Crooked Path to Abolition: Abraham Lincoln and the Antislavery Constitution."
Professor James Oakes offers a new look at Lincoln, how he interpreted the Constitution, and his approach to emancipation and abolition, in a new book. Read more
Professor Allison B. Kavey, her mother, Rae-Ellen Kavey, M.D., and their book, "Viral Pandemics."
Their book, Viral Pandemics: From Smallpox to COVID-19, covers pandemics from smallpox to coronavirus. Read more
SenGupta, a Civil War historian, discusses how the January 6th attack on the Capitol exposed the long shadow of the 1860s and the legacies of racism and slavery, and what lies ahead for U.S. democracy. Read more
The Crooked Path to Abolition
(W. W. Norton & Company, 2021)
President Joe Biden (Photo credit: Alex Irklievski)
Graduate Center faculty reflect on Inauguration Day and "dawn of a new era." Read more
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Professors David Nasaw, Gunja SenGupta, and Charles Tien analyze the historic moment and what it means for democracy and the future of the U.S. Read more
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Experts on national and international politics, U.S. history and literature, criminal justice, and psychology comment on the implications of the “riveting and horrifying” attack and related events. Read more