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.
Books by Graduate Center faculty, alumni and students
Consider these recent books by Graduate Center faculty and alumni for the avid readers on your gift list, or even your own pleasure and enlightenment. Read more
The other half of our tenure-track alumni couple discusses the “two body-body problem” and how he and his wife overcame it. Read more
Tehran Children: A Holocaust Refugee Odyssey
(W.W. Norton & Company, 2019)
Professor Dawson, author of Extreme Cities: The Peril and Promise of Urban Life in the Age of Climate Change, weighs in on climate change. Read more
Digital humanities is a growing field. Professor Matthew K. Gold talks about what it is, why it matters, and how to get started in it.
Congratulations to students Nora Carr, Anna Paltseva, and Alison Parks and professors Michelle Fine, Mahesh Lakshman, and Nancy K. Miller. Read more
Christopher Ian Foster
Conscripts of Migration: Neoliberal Globalization, Nationalism, and the Literature of New African Diasporas
(University Press of Mississippi, 2019)
A Lauder Postdoctoral Fellow at The Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center, she won the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism / Romantic Circles Pedagogy Contest. Read more
In her new book, Professor Kandice Chuh challenges the “liberal humanities” and examines the ways that popular perceptions trump truth. Read more