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Arguing with Zombies: Economics, Politics, and the Fight for a Better Future
(W. W. Norton & Company, 2020)
Paul Krugman (Credit: Fred R. Conrad New York Times) and his new book, Arguing With Zombies.
The distinguished professor, Nobel laureate, and Times columnist has a new book. He shares his writing tips and his predictions. Read more
We begin spring semester with wonderful additions to our faculty, news of important grants, and updates on items of significance to our community. Read more
Students wait in line. (Credit: Getty)
Abuse and domestic violence are at epidemic levels. Ph.D. student Sara Babad comments on what this means for college students as well as schools and counseling offices. Read more
Professors Tanisha C. Ford and Anne Valk
Highly regarded social and cultural historians, they bring expertise in African American and women’s history to The Graduate Center. Read more
Han Chen (Credit: Raymond Huang)
Chen, a D.M.A. student, is attracting attention for his virtuosity. Hear him play and learn what drives him and what truth he listens for in a composition. Read more
Katina Rogers discusses her new book, Putting the Humanities Ph.D. to Work.
Alison Parks (Credit: The Graudate Center/Coralie Carlson)
Alison Parks received a 2019–2020 American Association of University Women American fellowship. She spoke about how she plans to use the award and shared tips for fellow students. Read more
LaGuardia Mellon humanities scholars presenting at a conference session
The grant funds partnerships between The Graduate Center and four CUNY community colleges and supports 28 doctoral fellowships aimed at enhancing opportunities for students to engage with the humanities. Read more
Graduate Center Ph.D. student Jennifer Zhu (right) conducted fieldwork in Jamaica Bay with Baruch College undergraduates Victor Siev and Saif Chaudhary.
Salt marshes, like the ones in Jamaica Bay, are disappearing. Research by Ph.D. student Jennifer Zhu shows how bivalves may help bring them back. Read more