Lindsay Sarah Krasnoff (Ph.D. 2009, History), a historian in the U.S. Department of State’s Office of the Historian, published a New Yorker feature this week about basketball in France. Read more
Among the many projects underway for Christine Folch (Ph.D. 2012, Anthropology) is her first book: a study of the Itaipú Binational Hydroelectric Dam in Brazil and Paraguay — the world's largest source of renewable energy. Read more
Donatella Galella (Ph.D. 2015, Theatre) recently published an award-winning essay on the musicalization of A Raisin in the Sun, an interest that took firm root at the Graduate... Read more
Zachary Bernstein (Ph.D. 2015, Music Theory) has been appointed to the faculty of Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York, where he will serve as an assistant professor of music... Read more
The newly named Assistant Curator of American Art at the New-York Historical Society talks about how the GC helped shape her career. Read more
The Graduate Center recently welcomed Colin Dayan (Ph.D. ’80, Comparative Literature) for its inaugural Provost’s Distinguished Alumna/us Lecture. Read more
Hi PhD Program and Alumni!
Please see our flyer for the 3rd Annual Student and Alumni Mixer at ASC San Francisco sponsored by the John Jay Alumni Relations Office!
Directions to the venue... Read more
Puleng Segalo (Psychology, 2013) was recently named one of South Africa’s top scientists for her work with female survivors of apartheid.
Segalo, a senior lecturer at the University... Read more
Michael James Roberts (Sociology, 2005) published Tell Tchaikovsky the News: Rock ’n’ Roll, the Labor Question, and the Musicians’ Union, 1942–1968 (Duke University Press,... Read more
A tribute to poet and activist D. H. Melhem, an alumna of the Graduate Center’s Ph.D. Program in English, will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 7, at Poet’s House, 10 River... Read more