Graduate Center scholars honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with their work and research. Read more
Amber Musser (Photo courtesy of Musser)
Professor Amber Musser, who recently joined the English department, explains her research on critical race theory, Black feminisms, and queer of color critique. Read more
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
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
Matthew K. Gold and Lisa Rhody received nearly $500,000 for the Graduate Center Digital Initiatives. They describe what students, scholars, and the public stand to gain from the grant and the future of the digital humanities at CUNY. Read more
Cathy N. Davidson (Photo Credit: Paula Vlodkowsky)
“It is both humbling and inspiring that an organization representing 1,900 deans of arts and sciences has chosen me for its annual award,” Davidson said. Read more
Top (L-R): Patrick Smyth, Jojo Karlin, Patrick Sweeney;
Bottom (L-R): Natalie O’Shea, Keith Miyake, GCDI logo
Graduates now working as professors and postdocs and one as a data visualization analyst attribute much of their career success to what they learned as Graduate Center Digital Fellows.
On Freedom: Four Songs of Care and Constraint
(Graywolf Press, 2021)
Barbara B. Stern at the Graduate Center's first commencement in 1965. She was the first woman to receive a Ph.D.
Stern was 25 and expecting her first child when she graduated in 1965. Her daughters discuss her path from English Ph.D. to marketing professor. Read more
Top row, left to right: Patrick Rizzo, Caitlin Cacciatore, Sophia Yip, Rachel Tiven;
Second row, left to right: Kathleen Rowe, Shant Sharigian, Atilio Barreda, Benjamin Krusling
Meet eight new students who bring a wealth of experience and unique perspectives to the Graduate Center this year. Read more