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Please join us for an event exploring the Puerto Rico Syllabus with the digital project’s collaborators!
Monday, October 30, 6-8pm
The CUNY Graduate Center
Skylight Room, 9100
Follow the Puerto Rico Syllabus on social media using #PRSyllabus
The Women’s and Gender Studies MA Program presents:
Zines as Creative Resistance: Panel Discussion
This event will take place on Tuesday, October 17, from 6:30-8:30pm in the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center.
The event is free and open to the public and is presented by the Graduate Center Library in partnership with the Women’s and Gender Studies MA Program.
There is an additional event in this series taking place on November 9th, 6:30-8:30PM in Room C196.05 in the Graduate Center Library:
Zines! A DIY Scholarly Experience
Oct 16 | Deirdre Bair: A Bio/Memoir, or: Seven Years (for each) of Working with Samuel Beckett and Simone de Beauvoir
The Center for the Study of Women and Society presents:
The Fall 2017 Dorothy O. Helly Lecture featuring Deirdre Bair: A Bio/Memoir, or: Seven Years (for each) of Working with Samuel Beckett and Simone de Beauvoir
This event will take place on Monday, October 16, from 4:00-5:30pm, in Rooms 9204/9205.
The event is free and open to the public and is part of the Center’s Fall 2017 Speaker Series.
This event is co-sponsored with The Leon Levy Center for Biography, CUNY Graduate Center’s PhD Programs in History and English, MA Program in Liberal Studies, MA Program in Women’s and Gender Studies, The Center for the Humanities, and the Feminist Press.
Oct 17 | Exploring and Reimagining the Meanings of Urban Education: Focus on Students with Disabilities
Student-led initiative in response to the earthquakes in Mexico:
On September 7 and 19, 2017 two catastrophic earthquakes devastated southern and central Mexico, leaving half a thousand dead and hundreds of thousands affected by the damages in buildings and urban infrastructure. Mexico City was severely hurt, but also many smaller cities and rural communities already suffering from extreme poverty. There are around 150 thousand destroyed or damaged buildings in six states, and the Mexican government estimates that reconstruction efforts will cost more than 2 billion dollars. (more…)
Event open to the public–please share widely!
Presentation and open conversation with Shakti Castro, Public Historian and Communications and Community Engagement Coordinator at Boom!Health’s harm reduction center in the South Bronx
October 26, 2017
The Graduate Center, CUNY
6-8pm, Room 9204
Tuesday, October 17, 4-7pm
The Graduate Center, CUNY
Learn more about how to access and utilize over 60 Latino Data Project reports based on sophisticated census data analysis and mapping (relevant to your research).
Learn about our programs and upcoming events at the Graduate Center, such as public history talks and music recitals.
Connect with researchers, students, activists, and faculty from other disciplines who may have similar research interests.
Learn about research and funding opportunities at the CLACLS.
Find out more about GC research institutes, centers, and student groups, such as AELLA (Asociación de estudiantes latinos y latinoamericanos) at the Graduate Center.
Food and drinks will be provided. This event is FREE and open to the public.