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    Apartment-mate sought by student

    Incoming PhD Program in History student, Adam Kocurek, seeks apartment-mate. His budget is 600-1000 dollars a month, month and he would prefer to to be within a 20-25 minute commute to the graduate center. He is comfortable living with people of any gender identity, and is clean and […]

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    EARS Conference Readings

    If you are attending the EARS conference this Friday, the pre-circulated readings for this panel are hyperlinked below: Panel 3: Public History and Teaching “Hamilton: An American Musical”: Interdisciplinary Considerations* Chair: Nora Slonimsky, History, Graduate Center, CUNY. Dr. Harry Franqui-Rivera, Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, […]

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    May 20 Summer School at University of Helsinki: Introduction to Conceptual History

      In the summer of 2016 the eleventh annual summer school “Introduction to Conceptual History” will take place in Helsinki, at the University of Helsinki and its Centre for Nordic Studies. The summer school is jointly organized by Concepta: International Research School in Conceptual History, […]

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    April 13 Teaching and Learning Center & Digital Initiatives: Social Reading Workshop

    Workshop: Social Reading Join the Teaching and Learning Center and the Graduate Center’s Digital Initiatives for a workshop on Social Reading, scheduled for Wednesday April 13, from 1-3 pm in room 9206 of the CUNY Graduate Center. In this workshop we will discuss social reading […]

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    PSC: Tell the Senate We Need Back Pay!

    PSC Members sent more than 2,000 letters to the Governor in 24 hours. We need to reinforce our message to others in the budget negotiations. Tell Senate Majority Leader Flanagan: The final State budget must include additional funding, beyond the restoration already announced, to resolve […]

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    TOMORROW!! “Don’t Let CUNY Die” Budget Protest March 24, 4 pm

    Dear PSC Members, Together with students and allies, the PSC is winning the war of public opinion on cuts to CUNY. But we need to increase the pressure. There are only a few days left before the State budget-with the possibility of funding for retroactive […]

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    February 1st The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU: Stained Blood in the Old World and the New: New Christians and the Racial Categories of the Colonial-Modern World

    Irene Silverblatt (Duke University) Monday, February 1st, 2016, 6:00 p.m. Location: KJCC, Auditorium, 53 Washington Square South, New York, NY, 10012 (map) Click here to RSVP As part of the Colloquium Series Political Imaginaries Across Latin America and the Caribbean, CLACS at NYU is hosting […]

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    Brooklyn College seeking two graders for the Spring

    Brooklyn College seeks two graders for the Spring 2016 section of HIST 3005, ‘Shaping of the Modern World.’ These come with 40 hours each at the rate of $38.91 per hour. Interested students can write directly to me with a CV.   Christopher Ebert Cebert@brooklyn.cuny.edu Associate […]

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    October 19 The Lane-Cooper Dissertation Fellowship

    The Lane-Cooper Dissertation Fellowship This award provides a scholarship grant of up to $15,000 for the 2015-16 academic year to a CUNY undergraduate of superior character, attainments and promise. This student will have completed the sophomore year. The award is meant for a student who […]

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    Sept. 29 – Introduction to Programming with Python (Digital Fellow’s workshop series)

    Hi All, I’m writing to let you know about the Digital Fellow’s workshop series this semester that might be of interest to students and faculty in your program. In each of these workshops, our goal is to help you incorporate digital tools into your teaching and research […]

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    Parenting And Graduate School Support Group at the Grad Center

    WEEKLY ON MONDAYS 1:00-2:00 PM  Nicole Benedicto Elden, PsyD   It’s hard enough to manage the usual stresses of graduate student life. If you are also a parent, juggling multiple responsibilities can be a real challenge. **This weekly group offers parenting support; registration is required […]

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    Touro College seeks adjunct

    The History Department at Touro college is seeking immediately an instructor for its Flatbush Campus for a Sunday Morning Western Civilization course (HIS 220 FQ) covering from 1300 -1815.   Interested candidates should send their C.V. by e-mail to Theodore.Lauer@Touro.edu and they can call my […]

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    History PhD student seeks 1BR apartment

    A GC student and his partner are looking for a 1BR apartment in Inwood or Morningside Heights, under $2000, for an August move-in. Please email me if you’re moving out of an apartment in either of these neighborhoods, if you’ve heard of any similar listings, […]

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    History Dept. at Wagner College Offers an Adjunct Position

    The History Department at Wagner College has an adjunct position we are looking to fill for the fall of 2015. The course is “The History of New York City” a 200 level class that meets 2 90 minute sessions a week. Course Description: HI 225 […]

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    June 9 Get the Writing Done: Completing Your Paper, Thesis, or Dissertation

    2pm-3:30pm Room #9204   Karen E. Starr, Psy.D.   Do you need to start writing but don’t know where to begin? Feeling paralyzed by imagined judgmental readers? Having trouble making time to fit writing into your life? This workshop will offer practical strategies for moving […]

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    May 12 Film Screening & Meet Filmmaker Jack Willis

    FILM SCREENING May 12, 2015 from 6:15 to 9pm in the GCs Segal Theater. Come watch Jack Willis’ films: The Streets of Greenwood (1963) and Lay My Burden Down (1966). Dr. Steve Brier will introduce legendary documentary filmmaker, Jack Willis and Prof. Jeanne Theoharis from […]

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    5/11 – Provost’s Office Hours

    Interim Provost Louise Lennihan will be holding office hours on: Monday, May 11th from 4:00-5:00pm Provost’s Conference Room – Room 8113 All students are welcome to come and raise questions and/or concerns in an informal manner.

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    4/30: Political Printmaking: Favianna Rodriguez and Lincoln Cushing in Conversation

          What role has printmaking had in political activism and revolutionary moments in U.S. history, and how have artists responded to social injustice through poster designs? Favianna Rodriguez, whose prints are featured in the Graduate Center’s James Gallery exhibition Left Coast: California Political […]

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    Housing Request

    2015-16 Fulbright Scholar at CUNY, Graduate Center has the following housing request for August to July: Family of five, Canadian (i.e., very well-behaved), seek 3 bedroom apartment in a highly walkable, café-heavy, New York City neighborhood. 14-year-old boy is in the International Baccalaureate Program in […]

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    April 20 GC’s Jewish Connections Group

    You’re invited to join the GC’s Jewish Connections Group for a spring celebration! Come meet other Jewish graduate students at the Grad Center on Monday, April 20th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm in room 5414. Dinner and drink will be provided (kosher). Join our google group: […]

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    March 11 The Problem of Kings in African History

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    March 6th to 7th History in Action: Historical Thinking in Public Life

    Columbia University 501 Schermerhorn Theme: The moniker ‘History in Action’ describes, in shorthand, a set of goals and ideals for the expansion of historical thinking in public life. These guiding sensibilities all extend from a commitment to increasing conversation between university-trained historians and the wider nonacademic world. This […]

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