The Graduate Center offers more than thirty doctoral programs in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, including History.
Learn about the Graduate Center's core faculty,
including Distinguished Professor David Joselit (pictured),
on the Faculty Profiles page.
Through its extensive public programming, the Graduate Center contributes to the intellectual and cultural vitality of New York City.
The Graduate Center has announced its
Doctoral Student Parental Accommodation Policies.
Support for the Graduate Center ensures continued excellence in arts and
sciences graduate education, research, and public programming.
Pick a day:
12:00 AM | 11:59 PM
Labor Day - College Closed
Labor Day. The Graduate Center is closed.
The Graduate Center is closed
9:30 AM | 10:30 AM
This important orientation is required for you to be processed to payroll. Please bring original Social Security card.
Last day to register for the Fall 2014 semester.
2:30 PM | 4:30 PM
Overview of time and leave regulation for members of the Higher Education Officer Series and Librarians. Employees will also be trained on the use of the Banner Self Service for electronic time and...
4:00 PM | 5:00 PM
4:00 PM | 6:00 PM
Elizabeth Maddock Dillon is Professor of English at Northeastern University where she is Founding Co-Director of the NULab for Maps, Texts, and Networks and teaches in the field of eighteenth-century...
Join Nursing Faculty and Students to learn about our program. RSVP at Nursing@gc.cuny.edu.
4:15 PM | 6:15 PM
Speaker: Willam Sakas (Hunter College)
Specialization: Research: Psychocomputational models of first language acquisition
Title: Back to the Future: A return to Classical Triggering...
The Linguistics Colloquium invites scholars from the field to come discuss their current research.
All are welcome. Talks begin at 4PM. Reception follows in the Linguistics Lounge.
4:30 PM | 6:30 PM
Political Science Colloquium/Political Theory Workshop (Uday Mehta)
7:30 PM | 9:00 PM
THIS EVENT IS SOLD-OUT. LIMITED STANDBY SEATING MAY BE AVAILABLE ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT.
Media interested in attending should contact Tanya Domi, director of...
2:00 PM | 8:00 PM
Join us to celebrate two decades of scholarship on Latin American Art at the Graduate Center with this conference on Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial Art in honor of Art History Professor Eloise...
This event is designed to showcase the different forms that meaningful intellectual work can take and celebrates the transformative power of performance, improvisation, play, failure, feeling,...
7:00 PM | 9:00 PM
Official premiere of the Foundation for Iberian Music’s 2013 Composer Commission, Skyshadows, by Catalan composer Albert Guinovart. Guinovart will be performing his new work, a concerto for...
6:00 PM | 8:00 PM
Join us in the James Gallery for a reception celebrating the opening of World of Matter and the launch of the book with essays by T.J. Demos and the artists. This event will precede the day-long...
6:30 PM | 8:30 PM
Gender and Sexuality in the Arab Uprisings with
ZAKIA SALIME, Sociology, Rutgers University
Zakia Salime, Associate Professor of Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies, writes on...
Patricia Tovar is a Professor of Anthropology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Her research interests have focused on the study of gender and war, widowhood, forced displacement, violence,...
Political Science Colloquium: Mock Job Talks
9:30 AM | 6:30 PM
Heidegger intended the Black Notebooks, which were recently published in Germany, as the culminating achievement of his 102-volume Collected Works edition. They represent, among other things, a stark...
Tonya Foster and Alicia Andrzejewski (who have kindly volunteered to share drafts of their doctoral work with us at the early or pre-prospectus stage). To prepare for the workshop, attendees are...
Participants will speak about their work about and in the archive as archivists, scholars, and feminists, as well as how archival research allows us to consider and reconceive of feminist...
Prof. Esther Allen, Baruch College - CUNY
Dawn breaks in La Habana, and as the day advances we follow the simple lives of ten ordinary Cubans, with only sounds and images accompanied by music. Dawn breaks in La Habana, and as the day...
Deadline for filing add/drop, change of level or residency for Fall 2014; last day to deposit for Sept 30 degree
Deadline for dropping classes (without a grade of 'W' appearing on the student record), changes of level, or residency for the Fall 2014 semeseter. All changes that may affect student...
Deadline for depositing a dissertation or thesis for a September 30, 2014 degree.
5:00 PM | 6:00 PM
6:15 PM | 8:15 PM
The Deportation & Murder of "Alien" Jews in Bulgaria & Hungary: A Comparative Overview
Dr. Kinga Frojimovics, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem
Each lecture, lasting about 50 minutes, will...
1:00 PM | 2:00 PM
Music In Midtown begins the fall season with a presentation of two trios performed by illustrious stars of the chamber music world. This opening concert of our popular lunchtime series features...
Paul M. Ong is a Professor at UCLA’s School of Public Affairs, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, and Department of Asian American Studies. He has a master’s degree in...
6:00 PM | 7:30 PM
Thursday, September 18, 2014
6:00 - 7:30 pm
Slavery and the Sweet Taste of Empire
KIM HALL & JENNIFER MORGAN
Kim Hall is the Lucyle Hook Professor of English at Barnard College...
Join legendary author, musician, and Fugs founder Ed Sanders for a visual presentation and discussion of his latest publication, A Book of Glyphs. The glyph—“a drawing that is charged...
This workshop is for anyone going on the job market this year. Bring your questions!
Chaucer's Prioress is a notorious dog-lover and antisemite, reviled for the latter and pitied for the former. Her strange affections and violent exclusions, so often an embarrassment to the...
Join us for a discussion on the basics of applying to doctoral programs. Cosponsored with the Office of Career Planning and Professional Development.
12:30 PM | 2:00 PM
As an international student you bring unique and valuable experiences to your studies. It is important to note, however, that you may also experience some unique stressors during your time at the...
Classes to follow a Friday schedule
2:30 PM | 4:00 PM
Basic Kentico training explaining the CMSdesk, creating and editing pages, and using basic widgets.
This Fall’s CUNY BA Academic Conference Series has organized a discussion with Yuriy Gruzinov, a film director from the Babylon’13 project. Its members shot a series of short movies on...
6:30 PM | 7:30 PM
Richard Holmes has made his mark in two fields, literary biography and science writing. He transfigured the way the Romantic poets are written about with his first book, Shelley: The Pursuit (1974),...
No classes scheduled September 24-26.
Kentico News and Events training for creating news and event items, selecting categories, and using the templates and widgets that display news and events.
7:00 PM | 8:30 PM
LIVE@365: A WORLD MUSIC SERIES
Fast, furious, and virtuosic, Söndörgö is one of the most exciting bands in Europe today. Unlike traditional violin-led Hungarian bands, Söndörgö’s (pronounced...
Department of Physical Therapy (DPT) Open House at the College of Staten Island: September 30
The Open House consists of a formal presentation about pursuing a career in Physical Therapy at...
Navigating Freedom with
MICHELLE FINE, YOLANDA JOHNSON-PETERKIN, and VIVIAN NIXON
Michelle Fine is Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the Graduate Center. Her primary research interest is...
If music by influential backwoods blues artists only exists on archaic media, what’s to stop it from disappearing? Are 78rpm-record collectors just obsessed eccentrics, or are they cultural...
Robert White, whose multifaceted music career began at a very early age, shares his affection for some of the great ballads and songs of the 19th and 20th centuries. Known for his subtle artistry and...
Ismael García Colón is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the College of Staten Island, CUNY. He is a historical and political anthropologist with interests in political economy, migration,...
No classes scheduled