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Faculty News: Spring 2021

Faculty News: Spring 2021

Professor George Andreopoulos published “Academic Freedom as a Human Right,” in A Research Agenda for Human Rights (Edward Elgar Publishing 2020) and “Embracing our Common…

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Spring 2021 Faculty Interview: Peter Beinart

Spring 2021 Faculty Interview: Peter Beinart

Peter Beinart is an associate professor at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism and the Graduate Center’s political science department, where he teaches the…

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Forever 24: Yes, That is Professor John Mollenkopf Painted by Alice Neel

Forever 24: Yes, That is Professor John Mollenkopf Painted by Alice Neel

Left: Alice Neel, John Mollenkopf (1970), oil on canvas. Gift Dr. Hartley Neel. Collection of the David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University. Right: John Mollenkopf…

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Fall 2020 Faculty Interview: Paisley Currah

Fall 2020 Faculty Interview: Paisley Currah

Paisley Currah is a Professor of Political Science and Women’s & Gender Studies at the Graduate Center and Brooklyn College. He is the 2019-2021 Endowed…

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January Issue of the Journal 'Polity'---Co-edited by Profs. Alyson Cole, Robyn Marasco, and Charles Tien---Displays Powerful Cover Art By The President of The Graduate Center

January Issue of the Journal ‘Polity’—Co-edited by Profs. Alyson Cole, Robyn Marasco, and Charles Tien—Displays Powerful Cover Art By The President of The Graduate Center

COVID Sisyphys by Robin Garrell When Graduate Center Professors Alyson Cole, Robyn Marasco, and Charles Tien, the new team of editors of the political science…

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"Can Marjorie Taylor Greene succeed as ‘Trump in drag’?" Alyson Cole in Fortune Magazine on the Versatility of Misogyny

“Can Marjorie Taylor Greene succeed as ‘Trump in drag’?” Alyson Cole in Fortune Magazine on the Versatility of Misogyny

Fortune Magazine Breaking the glass slipper: Can Marjorie Taylor Greene succeed as ‘Trump in drag’? By Alyson Cole March 4, 2021 5:30 PM EST Forty-six…

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‘Over-Policed and Under-Protected’: Professor Michael Fortner on How to Safeguard Black Communities

‘Over-Policed and Under-Protected’: Professor Michael Fortner on How to Safeguard Black Communities

Professor Michael Fortner (Political Science) is the author of Black Silent Majority: The Rockefeller Drug Laws and the Politics of Punishment, a close examination of…

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"She Was Speaking Directly to Us": Professor Celina Su on Amanda Gorman’s Inauguration Poem, "The Hill We Climb"

“She Was Speaking Directly to Us”: Professor Celina Su on Amanda Gorman’s Inauguration Poem, “The Hill We Climb”

Of the many stirring elements of last week’s presidential inauguration ceremony, Amanda Gorman’s reciting of her inauguration poem, “The Hill We Climb,” captured the most…

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Spring 2020 Faculty interview: Dr. John Mollenkopf

Spring 2020 Faculty interview: Dr. John Mollenkopf

Dr. John Mollenkopf is a Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Sociology, directs the Center for Urban Research, and chairs the public policy subfield in…

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Faculty News: Spring 2020

Faculty News: Spring 2020

Featured Faculty News from our Spring 2020 department newsletter, Homo Politicus. Access the newsletter archive here. Professor George Andreopoulos was invited to speak on the “Use,…

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