Inside Higher Ed, 6.17.13
An op-ed authored by William Helmreich, professor of sociology at City College, CUNY and The Graduate Center.
The New York Times, City Room blog, 6.13.13
The New York City Campaign Finance Board announced the dates and sponsors of this year's official mayoral debates. If there is a runoff vote in the Democratic primary, a debate between the candidates will be at the Graduate Center, CUNY on Sept. 17, at 7 p.m.
New York Daily News, Daily Politics Blog, 6.13.13
If you want to find out who represents you, a friend or a foe in city, state or federal government, it's a snap thanks to The Graduate Center/CUNY, and the League of Women Voters of NYC.
New York Times, 6.7.13
Graduate Center CUNY student Rowena Kennedy-Epstein has edited an unfinished novel, "Savage Coast," by once prominent poet Muriel Rukeyser. The novel was published just in time to celebrate Rukeyser's centenary birth by The Feminist Press, affiliated with CUNY.
WHYY Public Radio Philadelphia, Radio Times, 6.6.13
Gerald Markowitz, Distinguished Professor of History, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the Graduate Center, CUNY discusses his book, "Lead Wars: The Politics of Science and the Fate of America's Children" with co-author David Rosner, Columbia University and Elizabeth Fieldler, the host (interview begins at 15:58 to 52:01 of the recording).
World Policy blog, 6.6.13
This blog post is adapted from Caron Atlas' essay, "How Arts and Culture Can Advance A Neighborhood-Centered Progressive Agenda
." Atlas' essay was commissioned as part of the "Toward a 21st Century City for All" initiative of the Center for Urban Research at the CUNY Graduate Center.
The New York Review of Books, 6.6.13
David Brion Davis reviews Distinguished Professor of History James Oaks book Freedom National: The Destruction of Slavery in the United States, 1861–1865.
Huffington Post, 6.5.13
The Graduate Center Professor Frances Fox Piven teaches an American social movements class the author cites as a reason why he is thinking of writing a research paper examining the American LGBT gay and disabilities rights movements of the 1970s.
ABC News, The Lookout Series, 5.29.13
Bill Sothern, DPH candidate in environmental and occupational health, advises on proper mold extraction from a home infestation.
New York Times, 5.21.13
Professor John Mollenkopf comments on why the demographic trends in Brooklyn favor de Blasio’s bid for New York City mayor.
New York Times, 5.19.13
Op-ed by Professor Sujatha Fernandes, The Graduate Center, CUNY and Queen's College
Moyers & Company, 5.17.13
Professor Gerald Markowitz discusses his research findings reported in Lead Wars: The Politics of Science and the Fate of America's Children, co-authored with David Rosner, that for young children, there is no safe level of exposure to lead which still lurks in American homes.