2019 Socially Conscious Pedagogy Focused Inquiry Group Are you interested in pedagogies that address a variety of oppressive and marginalizing forces in the university classroom? Participants in the Teaching and Learning Center’s 2019 Developing a Socially Conscious Pedagogy Focused Inquiry Group will build on previous SCP work by researching, reading, discussing and writing about higher education… Read More

Calling for applicants for our forthcoming National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute, “Privilege and Prejudice: Jewish History in the American South ” – to be held from May 27-June 7, 2019, at the College of Charleston. We are particularly seeking faculty and graduate students of southern history and literature, Jewish studies, ethnic studies, religious… Read More

Hello Graduate Center friends and colleagues, We’re holding our annual book sale to raise funds for the Doctoral Theatre Students’ Association! The DTSA is the recognized program student association for the PhD Program in Theatre and Performance at the Graduate Center, and funds raised from the book sale are used to help us fund our Professionalization Events, the Booth Award, our student… Read More

Visible Pedagogy Call for Contributing Writers and Guest Editors Fall 2018 The Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) is seeking contributors to its blog, Visible Pedagogy. We are looking for both contributing writers and guest editors for the current academic year who are committed to exploring teaching and learning at CUNY and beyond. Authors… Read More

Call for Objects! Tue, Oct 16, 2018 – Wed, Oct 17, 2018, 12:00 PM – 06:00 PM The James Gallery and The Object Library, The Graduate Center, CUNY On the first floor of The Graduate Center, our newly designed Object Library offers both material objects and books as starting points for knowledge. Somewhere between a traditional library… Read More

An all-day event on December 10th at the Segal Theatre in the Graduate Center, Performing Knowledge will feature presentations blending academic and artistic genres and forms of performance. Primarily, it asks what can knowledge feel or look like? What might the cognitive, but also emotional or aesthetic effects of knowledge be? Political scientist Wendy Brown… Read More