Megan Henriquez, Rod Hurley, Tracy Dennis-Tiwary, and Shawna Townsend
A year after the pandemic began, Graduate Center students, faculty, and staff share their experiences. Read more
A year after the pandemic began, Graduate Center students, faculty, and staff share their experiences and what they learned. 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
Bianca C. Williams, Dian D. Squire, and Frank A. Tuitt (Editors)
Plantation Politics and Campus Rebellions
(SUNY Press, 3/1/2021)
Jessica Fletcher, Dean Schafer, Megan Henriquez, and Kristena Newman
A first round of donor-supported grants supports 60 students as they adjust their research in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Students can apply for the next round of funding now. Read more
Checker, a professor of anthropology and psychology, discusses her latest book, The Sustainability Myth: Environmental Gentrification and the Politics of Justice. Read more
The Graduate Center community mourns the death of the renowned anthropologist, pioneer in Black feminist studies, and beloved teacher and mentor who was an “irreplaceable” member of our community. Read more
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
Melissa Checker and her book "The Sustainability Myth: Environmental Gentrification and the Politics of Justice"
Checker exposes the hidden costs of New York City’s efforts to transform industrial waterfronts into green oases, in The Sustainability Myth. Read more
Dána-Ain Davis (Photo Credit: Alex Irklievski/GC)
Davis’ book links Black women’s higher risk of giving birth to premature babies to racism and the afterlife of slavery. It is spurring medical professionals to reassess their practices. Read more