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.
Barbara Katz Rothman
The Biomedical Empire: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic
(Stanford University Press, 2021)
Across the street from The Graduate Center stood the once-magnificent Knickerbocker Trust Company Building. (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis)
Prof. Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis shares some of her favorite photos from her new book, "Antiquity in Gotham: The Ancient Architecture of New York City," and explains the little-known histories of these sites. Read more
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Graduate Center professors and students are researching the effects of climate change and investigating ways to protect animals and the environment. Read more
Identity is a living experience and an ever-evolving process, says Professor Nathalie Etoke. Read more
(Berghahn Books, 2021)
John D. Greenwood
Singapore Saga, Vol 3: Hungry Ghosts
(Monsoon Books Pte. Ltd., 2020)
Antiquity in Gotham
(Fordham University Press, 2021)
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)
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