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Past Faculty Events

TrotskyistsonTrial

A book discussion featuring Donna Haverty-Stacke, Associate Professor of History at Hunter College… Read more

 

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Fifty years ago, President Lyndon B. Johnson’s wave of Great Society legislation gave historic momentum to greater economic and racial… Read more

 

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A two-day academic conference.

 

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How can we confront the problems of diminished democracy, pervasive economic inequality, and persistent global poverty? Is it possible to fulfill… Read more

 

Emergent City

Co-presented with the World Policy Institute.

 

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With: Nicholas Freudenberg & Nancy Romer; Moderated by Dr. Thomas A. Farley

 

Andrew Khoo

Leading human rights activist, lawyer, and Co-Chairperson of the Malaysian Bar Council’s Human Rights Committee, Andrew… Read more

 

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A program celebrating the publication of Hunter sociology professor Nancy Foner’s collection, “One Out of Three: Immigrant New York in the… Read more

 

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Gentrification and minority displacement are changing neighborhoods across the city. Ida Susser, professor of anthropology at Hunter and the… Read more

 

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A workshop designed for U.S. and global history, government, civics, and ELA teachers.

 

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Professor William Solecki (Geography; Director, CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities) co-organized a panel discussion on the… Read more

 

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The next administration will face great challenges in addressing continued global climate change and its effects. In his book Terra… Read more

 

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Women remain significantly underrepresented among elected officials in the U.S. – only 17% of Congress is made up of women. But this… Read more

 

Audre Lorde

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Confirmed Speakers:
Meena Alexander, Asha Bandele, Amina Baraka, Rich Blint, Cheryl Clarke, B…. Read more

 

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Revisiting the Great Society: The Role of Government from FDR and LBJ to Today was a two-day symposium, on March 14th and 15. … Read more