Alumna Regina Robbins (MALS 2009) is currently working with Everyday Inferno Theatre Company, where she is a Core Member, on a stage adaptation of Nella Larsen’s novella... Read more
Alumna Claire Stewart (MALS 2012) authored As Long as We Both Shall Eat: A History of Wedding Food and Feasts (Rowman and Littlefield, 2017). Examining the various food customs associated with... Read more
The Graduate Center, CUNY is very excited to announce a brand new scholarship for our Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program: the Provost’s Merit Scholarship. Read more
Linda M. Grasso, a member of the MALS Faculty, will be giving a talk about her book Equal Under the Sky: Georgia O'Keeffe and Twentieth-Century Feminism (forthcoming University of New Mexico Press, November 2017) at the Brooklyn Museum on Saturday, March 4th, 6:00 pm. Read more
Image: Chiasmodon niger Stomach Contents,
Else Bostelmann Bermuda 1931.
Watercolor on paper, 11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm).
Else Bostelmann © Wildlife Conservation Society.
Alumna Katherine McLeod (MALS 2017) curates exhibition at the Drawing Center in... Read more
When ‘Nude’ Is Only Nude for Some People
Bloomberg News “Pursuits,” 2.8.17 Read more
Target’s en Vogue Marketing - Podcast
Marketplace, 8.12.15 Read more
Photo Credit: Joseph Entin, 2014
Associate Professor Joseph Entin (GC/Brooklyn, English/American Studies) is co-leading an oral history project called the Brooklyn College Listening Project. Read more
Rachel M. Brownstein is the author of three critically acclaimed books, Why Jane Austen? (Columbia University Press, 2011); Becoming a Heroine: Reading about Women in Novels (Viking, 1982); and Tragic Muse: Rachel of the Comedie-Francaise (Knopf, 1993).
Professor Rachel Brownstein will be a Plenary Speaker at the 2015 JASNA (Jane Austen Society of North America) Annual General Meeting, which will take place in Louisville, KY, on October 9-11.
An online anthology of essays on selfhood, revelation, and agency by MALS students.