Queer Student Social Tomorrow, May 11th at 6:30 PM in Room 5414 Join us for a queer night filled with chat, conversations, laughter, food and drinks.   The schedule is as follows:   6:30 PM : Meet and Greet   6:45 PM- 8:30 PM: Queer Socials   All GC/CUNY students are welcome! Please Register through… Read More

We are delighted to share that we will be hosting the GC Digital Showcase this year on Wednesday, May 10th. The event is hybrid, and attendees can join in-person at the Graduate Center Segal Theater or over Zoom. The event will feature student projects from the MA in Digital Humanities Praxis seminar, the Provost Digital… Read More

Please join the Ph.D. Theatre and Performance program for an Anti-Racist and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resource Gathering facilitated by students. At this gathering, the Theatre and Performance program’s Anti-Racism Committee hopes to build connections and collectively strategize with colleagues across the Graduate Center who have been engaged in anti-racist work. This will serve as… Read More

April 18, 6pm, room 4406 A lecture by Scott Herring This talk rehearses core arguments from Scott Herring’s recent book, Aging Moderns: Art, Literature, and the Experiment of Later Life (Columbia University Press, 2022). Canvassing artists, performers, and writers such as Mabel Hampton, Indra B. Tamang, and Tillie Olsen, my research illuminates how old age… Read More

Friday, November 18, 2022 at 5:00pm Room 9205 Attendees must register in advance at https://bit.ly/3gtTi68 Andrzej Krakowski is a director, screenwriter, film producer, writer, educator, and cartoonist who has made over seventy films and TV series. He received the Outstanding Pole Abroad award in 2022 for researching the Polish roots of Hollywood. This event will… Read More

Docs & Dialogue: We, the People Join us for a critical screening of a youth-produced film examining Native American identity and representation in NYC. Did you know that there are 9.7 million Native Americans living in the United States today and that New York City has the largest population of Native Americans out of any… Read More

3pm-5pm, Recital Hall (The Graduate Center, CUNY) Register at https://tinyurl.com/3f3hmvdb Meet film and media faculty from CUNY Featured speakers: Monica Filimon, Associate Professor, Department of English, Kingsborough Community College “New Romanian Cinema: Origins, Polemics, Major Directors.” Monica Filimon’s research focuses on Spanish, French, German, and Romanian cinema. Her first book, Cristi Puiu: Ineffable Experiences of the… Read More

The Graduate Center, CUNY has collaborated with New York Public Library and Bard High School/Early College to create a course about the history of the Lower East Side. Students were taught the latest in digital research techniques and were given access to NYPL’s large selection of archival holdings in order to learn the rich history… Read More

Please join André Aciman, critically acclaimed author and director of The Writers’ Institute for a discussion of the program on Wednesday, May 31st at 6:00 pm in Room 4116.03 at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Offering workshops in fiction and nonfiction, The Writers’ Institute gives students the opportunity to work with New York City’s most prominent editors and publishers. Come to… Read More