Recent books by Wayne Koestenbaum, Katina Rogers, David Reynolds, Tanisha Ford, William Helmreich, Melissa Checker, Margaret Chin, Massimo Pigliucci, Richard Alba, Ismael García-Colón, Sanford Schram, and Paul Krugman.
We’ve been warned about the long, dark winter and the need to stay away from relatives and friends this holiday season. But if you’d like to send a gift, these books might be the perfect choice. Read more
Laird Bergad and his book "Agrarian Puerto Rico: Reconsidering Rural Economy and Society, 1899-1940"
In their new book, Professor Laird Bergad and his co-author debunk common notions about how U.S. control affected Puerto Rico’s agrarian economy and society in the early 20th century.
European leaders of 1938 Peace Conference (Credit: Getty Images)
Professor Benjamin Carter Hett discusses his new book on Nazi Germany and what it reveals about our times. Read more
The Sawyer Seminar, hosted by the Middle East and Middle Eastern American Center (MEMEAC), will be awarding a postdoctoral fellowship and two dissertation fellowships. Read more
Professor David S. Reynolds and his new book, "Abe: Abraham Lincoln in His Times"
Professor David S. Reynolds’ latest book, Abe: Abraham Lincoln in His Times, reveals a “fresh” portrait of Lincoln that also speaks to our divided times. Read more
César J. Ayala and Laird W. Bergad
Agrarian Puerto Rico
(Cambridge University Press, 2020)
Benjamin Carter Hett
The Nazi Menace
(Henry Holt and Co., 2020)
Professor Tanisha C. Ford (Photo credit Darcy Rogers)
Ford discusses her acclaimed book, her writing process, new projects, and why she joined The Graduate Center. Read more
Katina Rogers and the cover of her book, "Putting the Humanities Ph.D. to Work" (Photos courtesy of Rogers)
In her new book, Katina Rogers addresses how to turn humanities Ph.D.s into fulfilling employment and ways to make the degrees more equitable, just, and relevant. Read more
Barry P. Goldberg (left) and Jaime Shearn Coan. (Photos courtesy of ACLS)
Jaime Shearn Coan and Barry P. Goldberg will apply the skills and perspectives they gained from their doctorates in English and history to community-focused positions in nonprofit organizations.