Graduate Center faculty are noted scholars and prolific authors. Their books range from award-winning academic treatises to best-sellers. Find a selection of their books here.
For books by discipline, please visit the academic program pages.
Books by Graduate Center faculty and alumni.
From Georgia O'Keeffe to the ERA, here are some great books for Women's History Month. Read more
Shades of Black
(Seagull Books, 2021)
Immigrant Labor and the New Precariat
Bianca C. Williams, Dian D. Squire, and Frank A. Tuitt (Editors)
Plantation Politics and Campus Rebellions
(SUNY Press, 3/1/2021)
Plato's Exceptional City, Love, and Philosopher
Professor James Oakes and the cover of his latest book, "The Crooked Path to Abolition: Abraham Lincoln and the Antislavery Constitution."
Professor James Oakes offers a new look at Lincoln, how he interpreted the Constitution, and his approach to emancipation and abolition, in a new book. Read more
Professor Michael Fortner spoke to The Graduate Center about the criminal justice system, Black Lives Matter, and his family’s own experience with the criminal justice system and as victims of crime. Read more
Professor Allison B. Kavey, her mother, Rae-Ellen Kavey, M.D., and their book, "Viral Pandemics."
Their book, Viral Pandemics: From Smallpox to COVID-19, covers pandemics from smallpox to coronavirus. Read more
Justin Steinberg and Vatteri Viljanen
The Crooked Path to Abolition
(W. W. Norton & Company, 2021)