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
Graduate Center alumnus Nicholas Micinski (Ph.D. '19, Political Science), a professor at the University of Maine, discusses the crisis on the Poland-Belarus Border, on International Horizons. Read more
Lisa Williams and the cover of her book, "Forget Russia"
Alumna Lisa Williams talks to the Graduate Center about her latest book, a work of fiction that tells a personal story. Read more
Village Ties: Women, NGOs, and Informal Institutions in Rural Bangladesh
(Rutgers University Press, 2021)
Todd Levon Brown
Todd Levon Brown is the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture's Race and Gender in the Built Environment Fellow. Read more
Demet Arpacik received the 2021 Joshua A. Fishman Award for her ethnographic study of the role of Kurdish language and education activism in Turkey. Read more
An interview with Colin Jerolmack (Ph.D. ’09, Sociology) about ways that environmentalists can work with local communities. Read more
Alex Zamalin and the cover of his book "Against Civility: The Hidden Racism in Our Obsession with Civility"
"For me, civic radicalism is how the Black tradition has tried to mobilize and engage in direct action to achieve racial justice," says alumnus Alex Zamalin. Read more
Mikhail Kogan and Joan Liebmann-Smith
Medical Marijuana: Dr. Kogan's Evidence-Based Guide to the Health Benefits of Cannabis and CBD
Elizabeth L. Block
Dressing Up: The Women Who Influenced French Fashion
(The MIT Press, 2021)