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Distinguished Professor Wayne Koestenbaum (Credit: Soft Skull Press)
Distinguished Professor Wayne Koestenbaum was honored with a 2020 American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Literature. Read more
A Jewish community in Trostenets, Ukraine, after the destruction of a pogrom. (Photo courtesy of Professor Elissa Bemporad)
A new book about a horrific chapter of Jewish history offers lessons for today on how government policies can impact ethnic violence. Read more
Professor Julie Suk (Credit: The Graduate Center/Rachel Ramirez)
Professor Julie Suk has set out to educate the country about the Equal Rights Amendment, and how to promote women’s rights. Read more
Prof. James C. Lendemer, who graduated from The Graduate Center with a Ph.D. in biology, shares his career path, the importance of mentors, and advice on how to secure a postdoc. Lendemer is an assistant curator at the New York Botanical Garden and also teaches at The Graduate Center. Read more
Poor Queer Studies
(Duke University Press, 2020)
Professor Matt Gold (Credit: The Graduate Center/Da Ping Luo)
Gold, who directs the master's programs in digital humanities and in data analysis and visualization, is the second Graduate Center faculty member to win the NYCDH award.
Delamater has been appointed by the American Psychological Association as the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition. Read more
Professor Massimo Pigliucci (Photo courtesy of Massimo Pigliucci)
Professor Massimo Pigliucci became a philosopher after a career in biology, getting three doctoral degrees along the way. He counters criticism of the humanities.
Professor David Schwab and the Sloan Foundation logo.
Funding will support his interdisciplinary research and his work with The Graduate Center’s Initiative for the Theoretical Sciences. Read more
Children Framing Childhoods: Working-Class Kids’ Visions of Care
(Policy Press, 2020)