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  • ARC Distinguished CUNY Fellow Angela Reyes Awarded Sapir Book Prize

    ARC Distinguished CUNY Fellow Angela Reyes Awarded Sapir Book Prize

    Angela Reyes' latest book, Discourse Analysis Beyond the Speech Event
     (2015), is the winner of the 2016 Edward Sapir Book Prize of the Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA). She will receive the award at the SLA business meeting at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting in Minneapolis on November 19, 2016. The Sapir Book Prize "is awarded to a book that makes the most significant contribution to our understanding of language in society, or the ways in which language mediates historical or contemporary sociocultural processes." Here is more information: http://linguisticanthropology.org/about/prizes/#sapir[linguisticanthropology.org]
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  • ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow Juliet Hooker published in teleSUR

    ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow Juliet Hooker published in teleSUR

    Dr. Juliet Hooker, “A Black History of White Empathy.” teleSUR. 12 February 2016.

    Juliet Hooker is an Associate Professor of Government and of African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Professor Hooker served as Associate Director of the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies (LLILAS) at UT-Austin from 2009 to 2014, and as co-Chair of the American Political Science Association’s Presidential Task Force on Racial and Social Class Inequalities in the Americas (2014-2015). She is a political theorist specializing in comparative political theory, political solidarity, and multiculturalism, and has also published widely on Afro-descendant and indigenous politics and multicultural rights in Latin America. She is the author of Race and the Politics of Solidarity (Oxford University Press, 2009). Her current book project, Hybrid Traditions, juxtaposes the accounts of race formulated by prominent nineteenth and twentieth-century U.S. African-American and Latin American political thinker. She received her Ph.D. from Cornell University in 2001. She will be with CUNY for the Spring 2016 term. Read more

  • ARC Distinguished CUNY Fellow Laurie Rubel Published in Cognition and Instruction

    ARC Distinguished CUNY Fellow Laurie Rubel Published in Cognition and Instruction

    Laurie H. Rubel, Vivian Y. Lim, Maren Hall-Wieckert & Mathew Sullivan (2016) Teaching Mathematics for Spatial Justice: An Investigation of the Lottery, Cognition and Instruction, 34:1, 1-26. 12 Feb 2016.

    Laurie Rubel is an Associate Professor of Secondary Education at Brooklyn College, CUNY. Her work focuses on equity and diversity in mathematics education. Her work includes publications in Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, Mathematical Thinking & Learning, and Mathematics Teacher. Her honors include a Tow Fellowship (2014), a Career Award from National Science Foundation (2008), a Brooklyn College Award for Excellence in Teaching (2007), and a Young Scholar Award from the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (2006). Her most recent project, funded by the National Science Foundation, focuses on digitally-enhanced, placed-based approaches to mathematics education. She earned her Ph.D. from Teachers College, Columbia University in 2002. Read more

  • ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow Patrick Simon’s research featured in the New York Times

    ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow Patrick Simon’s research featured in the New York Times:

    Bohlenjan, Celestine. “Study Finds Children of Immigrants Embracing ‘Frenchness’.” The New York Times. January. 25, 2016.

    Patrick Simon is Director of research at INED (Institut National d’Etudes Demographiques –National demographic institute) (F), where he heads the research unit “International Migration and Minorities” and is fellow researcher at the Center of European Studies (CEE) at Sciences Po. He is studying antidiscrimination policies, ethnic classification and the integration of ethnic minorities in European countries. He has chaired the scientific panel “Integration of immigrants” at the IUSSP (International Union for the Scientific Studies of Population) and was appointed at the Scientific Board of the Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Commission in Vienna (2008-2013). He has edited with V.Piché (2012) a special issue of Ethnic and Racial Studies, « Accounting for ethnic and racial diversity: the challenge of enumeration » and with Nancy Foner (2015) Fear, Anxiety, and National Identity: Immigration and Belonging in North America and Western Europe, New York, Russell Sage Foundation.

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  • ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow Patrik Svensson published in Computational Culture

    ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow Patrik Svensson published in Computational Culture:

    Erica Robles-Anderson and Patrik Svensson, ““One Damn Slide After Another”: Powerpoint at Every Occasion for Speech.” Computational Culture: a journal of software studies. 15th January 2016.

    Patrik Svensson is a Professor of Humanities and Information Technology at HUMlab, Umeå University, and the former Director of HUMlab (2000-2014). His current work can be loosely organized under two themes: Digital Humanities and Conditions for Knowledge Production. The first theme includes research and practice in relation to the intersection of the humanities and information technology with a particular focus on the history, role and place of the digital humanities. The second theme addresses research infrastructure, spaces for learning and knowledge production, intellectual middleware, presentation software and academic events. His work seeks to be critical and interventionist. Recent publications include Between Humanities and the Digital (co-edited with David Theo Goldberg, MIT Press, 2015) and “Close Reading PowerPoint” (online publication). He is currently working on a project on space and knowledge production.
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  • ARC Distinguished CUNY Fellow Laurie Rubel Awarded Fulbright

    ARC Distinguished CUNY Fellow Laurie Rubel has been awarded a Fulbright United States Senior Scholar Fellowship for 2016-2017. This award is funded by the United States Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. She will be teaching and conducting research at Tel Aviv University in Spring 2017.

    Laurie Rubel is an Associate Professor of Secondary Education at Brooklyn College, CUNY. Her work focuses on equity and diversity in mathematics education. Her work includes publications in Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, Mathematical Thinking & Learning, and Mathematics Teacher. Her honors include a Tow Fellowship (2014), a Career Award from National Science Foundation (2008), a Brooklyn College Award for Excellence in Teaching (2007), and a Young Scholar Award from the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (2006). Her most recent project, funded by the National Science Foundation, focuses on digitally-enhanced, placed-based approaches to mathematics education. She earned her Ph.D. from Teachers College, Columbia University in 2002. Read more

  • The Graduate Center Hosts Panel Discussion: “Ebola Crisis in West Africa”

    Ebola Crisis in West Africa:  A panel discussion on the mortality, anlaysis, socio-political implications, and Western Response to the Ebola crisis. Read more

  • Paul M. Ong, ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow, quoted in press

    ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow Paul M. Ong’s recent study, “Impacts of the Widening Divide: Los Angeles at the Forefront of the Rent Burden Crisis,” [full text | summary] co-authored with Rosalie Ray and Silvia Jimenez for the Center for the Study of Inequality at UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, has been cited in in The Economist, Bloomberg, and the Los Angeles Times. Read more

  • The Global Consumption and Income Project by Dr. Sanjay G. Reddy, ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow

    The Global Consumption and Income Project (GCIP): An Introduction and Preliminary Findings

    Social Science Research Network, August 18, 2014.
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  • Mojúbàolú Olúfúnké Okome, ARC Distinguished CUNY Fellow, attends Africa Forum in Washington DC

    Mojúbàolú Olúfúnké Okome, professor of Political Science at Brooklyn College and ARC Distinguished CUNY Fellow, recently attended the Growth and Opportunity in Africa Forum in Washington DC, hosted by Congressmember Karen Bass. Professor Okome was able to brief several members of Congress about current Nigerian issues, including the #BringBackOurGirls campaign.


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