Sarah Shah, Ph.D. candidate in Political Science at the CUNY Graduate Center, discusses the prospects for Afghanistan under the Taliban on the International Horizons podcast. Read more
Professor Candace McCoy discusses why shootings are on the rise and what the Biden administration should do about it.
Tiven talks about her work advocating for LGBTQ rights, immigration rights, and voting rights and her decision to pursue a Ph.D. in History at the Graduate Center. Read more
Kevin Morris, a Sociology Ph.D. student and researcher at the Brennan Center for Justice describes his Congressional testimony in favor of the act. Read more
Anju Malhotra, a fellow at the United Nations University International Institute of Global Health, joins Ellen Chesler, research fellow at the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies, to discuss gender equality and the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, on the International Horizons podcast. Read more
Irma Hidayana discusses the current state of the coronavirus in Indonesia with Professor John Torpey on the International Horizons podcast. Read more
As an African woman who studied in France and came to the U.S., Natalie Etoke brings a different lens to the Black experience, which shapes her perspective on the Black Lives Matter movement and Black literature and thought. Read more
Professor John Gleaves, California State University, Fullerton, discusses the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games on the International Horizons podcast. Read more
Soares, a professor of law at the Lisbon School of Economics & Management, discusses the consequences of Brexit on the International Horizons podcast.
Elvis Bakaitis, interim head of reference at the Graduate Center's Mina Rees Library, joins this Pride Month episode to talk about queer librarianship, their research, and service to CUNY. Read more