A new interactive data visualization, “On Broadway,” featuring the work of Professor Lev Manovich (Computer Science) and an international team that includes four GC students, will be exhibited at the New York Public Library through January 2016. Read more
The Graduate Center has announced an application fee waiver for any student who has graduated from a CUNY college with a bachelor's or master’s degree, or who will have graduated from one before starting at the Graduate Center (if admitted). Read more
A groundbreaking 1998 book by Distinguished Professor Virginia Valian (Hunter, Psychology) is praised in "What Book Changed Your Mind?," a Chronicle of Higher Education feature article. Read more
A Comparative Grammar of Borgomanerese
(Oxford University Press, 2015) Read more
New York City English
(De Gruyter, Walter, Inc., 2013) Read more
Michael Newman, Bill Haddican, Cece Cutler, and Christina Tortora have been awarded a CUNY Collaborative Incentive Research Grant (CIRG21) to support their joint research, entitled "A Corpus of New York City English (CoNYCE)." Read more
Minor Infractions–Video (23:52 to 28:43)
CUNY TV, Independent Sources, 10.1.14 Read more
Susan Fischer just published a chapter, “Sign Languages in their Historical Context,” in Claire Bowern & Bethwyn Evans, eds., The Routledge Handbook of Historical Linguistics (2015).
In addition, she also has an article in press called “Constituent Order in Sign Languages” in Gengo Kenkyu.
Contact Susan Fischer for additional information Read more
GC Student's Project, 'Languages Above the Subways,' in Metro Read more
Michelle Johnson, doctoral student in the Ph.D. Program in Linguistics and Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program, unveiled her independent study project, “Languages Above the Subways.” Read more