FYIs

FYI posts are brief announcements, reminders, updates, and shout-outs. They cover successes, happenings, and advances at the Graduate Center.

FYI posts are brief announcements, reminders, updates, and shout-outs. They cover successes, happenings, and advances at the Graduate Center.

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June 1, 2022

Alumna Claudia Calirman (Ph.D. Art History 2004) is 2022 Millard Meiss Publication Grant Recipient

Alumna Claudia Calirman (Ph.D. 2004) was awarded a 2022 Millard Meiss Publication Grant Award for her new book-length project Dissident Bodies: Brazilian Women Artists, (1960s-2020s), Duke University Press.  The College Art Association awards grants through the Millard Meiss Publication Fund to support book-length scholarly manuscripts in the history of art, visual studies, and related subjects that have been accepted by a publisher on their merits, but cannot be published in the most desirable form without a subsidy.  Professor Calirman has also written on art in Brazil under the dictatorship and is an advisor at El Museo del Barrio, NY. 

May 20, 2022

Welcome to our Fall 2022 cohort!

PhD: Emmanuel Bawa, Ibrahim Abuelrob, Clara McMahon, Yana Miroshnychenko, Shane Quinn
MA: Zainab Akande, Nhia Borja, Jalitza Gutierrez, Kaitlyn Massiah, Nishta Trivedi, Nicholas Uva, Yukun Zhang

May 19, 2022

Congratulations to Carolina Fraga for giving a talk at the Cambridge University!

Carolina Fraga gave an invited talk at the Cambridge University Romance Linguistics Circle (RoLinC: https://rolinc.org/) on May 10, 2022, on "Completive 'todo' in Rioplatense Spanish". RoLinC is jointly organized by the University of Cambridge and the University of Newcastle (UK).

May 19, 2022

Congratulations to Prof. Kyle Gorman for receiving another PSC-CUNY grant!

Prof. Kyle Gorman received another PSC-CUNY grant. See here for more details. 

Prof. Gorman also gave two talks at:

Michigan State University on 3/3/2022, titled “Phonotactics in phonological theory”. See here for more info.

Johns Hopkins University on 4/1/2022, titles “Weighted finite-state transducers: the later years”.  See here for more info.