WNYC, The Brian Lehrer Show, 9.30.14
Professor Manu Bhagavan, history professor at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY, discusses Indian Prime Minister Modi’s visit to the United States.

 

New York Observer, 9.26.14
Peter Romaniuk, a faculty member at the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Affairs at the CUNY Graduate Center discusses the politics of terrorism in New York.

 

IM Wire, 9.14
Frank Hentscher, director of the Martin E. Segal Theater at the Graduate Center, CUNY discusses the international theater movement with Roberta Levitow, cofounder of Theatre Without Borders.

 

Time.com, 9.11.14
Essay “Public Squares Are More Vital Than Ever as Our Public Conversation Expands,” by Professor Setha Low, is director of the Public Space Research Group at The Graduate Center, City University of New York.

 

DNAInfo.com, 9.9.14
Steve Romalewski, mapping director at CUNY’s Graduate Center conjectures that it will be interesting to watch how many Democrats will buck the established Democratic Party and vote for primary challengers.

 

Ring of Fire, 9.9.14
CUNY TV video of the Warren-Krugman conversation.

 

Jewish Review of Books, 9.4.14
A book review authored by Richard Wolin, Distinguished Professor of History and Political Science at the Graduate Center, CUNY, of “Eichmann Before Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil.”

 

CNN Money, 9.5.14
Senator Elizabeth Warren said that the biggest mystery to solve at the moment was how to get the American economy working for someone other than billionaires, before a packed house at a forum held with Paul Krugman at the Graduate Center, CUNY.

 

Business Insider, 9.5.14
Paul Krugman, Nobel Prize-winning economist, sat down for a discussion with Senator Elizabeth Warren at CUNY’s Graduate Center, during which he stated that the Supreme Court issued an “outrageous” and “insane” decision in Hobby Lobby, denying women access to birth contraceptives based on the business owner’s religious beliefs.

 

The Guardian, 9.4.14
Graduate Center Professor Ruth Milkman, author of a new report on the surge of union memberships in New York State, discusses how the unions have shifted their organizing strategies to now include fast food workers.