Carmel McMahon (Photo courtesy of McMahon)
Carmel McMahon (M.A. ’20, Liberal Studies) will soon have her debut book, In Ordinary Time, a hybrid work of essays, poems, and photographs, published by Duckworth. Read more
Dax Oliver published his research in the September 2021 issue of the Journal of Psychedelic Psychiatry.
Stanley Aronowitz (Credit: David Shankbone, Creative Commons)
The Graduate Center community is deeply saddened by the passing of Distinguished Professor Emeritus Stanley Aronowitz, a scholar of labor and social movements and a civil and labor rights activist. Read more
Prithi Kanakamedala and Leah Anderst
Anderst, who is also a Graduate Center alumna, and Kanakamedala teach in the Liberal Studies master's program. They are among 28 faculty nationwide to receive the prestigious fellowship. Read more
Morris Dickstein (Credit: Richard Alcorn)
Dickstein is celebrated for his extraordinary career as a scholar, teacher, author, literary critic, and public intellectual who was central to life at The Graduate Center and well beyond. Read more
Sandy Mui has published a piece to The Thought Project blog on COVID-19's effect on journalism.
Professor Justin Rogers-Cooper has co-authored an op-ed piece for the New York Daily News
(Tailwinds Press, 2021)
Professor Julie Suk (Credit: The Graduate Center/Rachel Ramirez)
Professor Julie Suk has set out to educate the country about the Equal Rights Amendment, and how to promote women’s rights. Read more