The Enclave Literary Series – Hispanic Writers in Their Own Words. A reading of fiction, poetry and theater by Frederick de Armas of University of Chicago and selected Hispanic writers, takes place at 6:00 PM on Friday, May 5, 2017 in the Graduate Center, Rooms 9207. This event is hosted by Professors Nora Glickman and… Read More

On May 11th, OpenCUNY will be hosting our spring event, OpenCUNY Prospective: Reflecting on the Past, Imagining the Future.  ​At this event we will lead a lively discussion about OpenCUNY’s role in the dynamic digital ecology that has developed at CUNY in the last decade. When OpenCUNY began in 2008, it was the only WordPress installation serving GC… Read More

This Friday May 12, 4pm CUNY Graduate Center, Room 8400 Join CUNY Solidarity with UPR and the Puerto Rico Studies Group in a Skype conversation with activists participating in the ongoing student strike at the University of Puerto Rico and learn about the struggle around the debt crisis and public education.… Read More

The Graduate Center offers fitness classes facilitated by the Doctoral Students’ Council (DSC) and the Student Affairs office.  We are offering a summer Pilates session. Registration will begin on Wednesday, May 10 at 10:00 am in room 7301. Students, Faculty, Staff and Community Members must register in person at the Student Affairs office, room 7301. Payment… Read More

Elebash Hall 6:30p – 9:00p The José Muñoz Award is given in honor of LGBTQ activists who have promoted queer and trans studies and visibility in their work. Previous awardees are Janet Mock and Jose Antonio Vargas. Please join us this year for a panel with this year’s awardees: Broadway artist-activists Wilson Cruz, Frenchie Davis,… Read More

Film Screening and Discussion: Hermanas en Ruedas May 3, 2017 – CUNY Graduate Center 365 Fifth Ave., Room 5409 5:30-8pm Hermanas en Ruedas is a documentary about the growing underground skating culture in Havana, Cuba and how young female skaters navigate the traditionally male-dominated sport amidst a backdrop of international exchanges and a drastic shift in… Read More

6:30pm, The James Gallery Marginalized strands of the second-wave feminist movement, such as International Wages for Housework Campaign––which included the Wages Due Lesbians and the Black Women for Wages for Housework—advocated for salaried domestic labor. These feminist groups formed in the 1970s to raise awareness of how housework and childcare are the basis of all… Read More