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Emily Drabrinski (Credit: Alex Irklievski/The Graduate Center)
Emily Drabinski, interim chief librarian, speaks about the resources available to researchers, the library’s commitment to social justice, and how much she’s looking forward to leaving her home office and returning to the Mina Rees Library. Read more
Carmela Dormani (Photo courtesy of Dormani)
Carmela Dormani will join Mercy College as an assistant professor. A former tenant organizer, she intended to study displacement and social movements, but then shifted course. Read more
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Research by Professor Cathy Spatz Widom offers new hope in relieving the mental health toll associated with child mistreatment, which may rise amid a pandemic and recession.
As strikes and protests sweep the nation, McAlevey addresses how to create successful labor and social movements, in her new book. Read more
Chartered flight with Puerto Rican migrant farmworkers, circa 1948. Courtesy of the Records of the Migration Division, Archives of the Puerto Rican Diaspora, Centro de Estudios Puertorriquenos, Hunter College, CUNY.
Professor Ismael García-Colón had family members who came to the U.S. to harvest produce. His new book reveals the contributions and the mistreatment of Puerto Rican farm laborers. Read more
New research by Professor Paul Attewell and alumnus Dirk Witteveen debunks some beliefs and suggests new ways to address inequity in STEM education. Read more
The Graduate Center stands in solidarity with all of the people of color in our community and in our nation as they oppose violence and demand justice. Read more
While it has been widely broadcast that the first phase of New York City’s reopening begins today, I write to let you know that The Graduate Center's status is unchanged. Read more
The Graduate Center community mourns the death of a renowned scholar and beloved teacher of early modern Spanish literature, history, culture, and philology. Read more
Ruth Wilson Gilmore, Victor St. John, Marlene Nava Ramos, Carla Shedd
Through research, writing, films, and commentaries, Graduate Center scholars expose how entrenched approaches to mass incarceration, law enforcement, schooling, and public space negatively affect communities of color. Read more