M.A. in the Study of the Americas, The City College of New York, CUNY
Graduates: May 2013 Left to right: Santana and Brian Easy After completing our program, Nelson has gone on to an MS in Library and Information Science from Drexel University, with a Dean’s Scholarship. Brian, after studying in Argentina through our program, was promotedfrom Branch Manager for theWestchester/Crosby branch at CITIto Global Business Trainer, VP, with a specialty in the Americas.
The Center is located near the National Museum of the American Indian and the Museum of Jewish Heritage: A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, as well as the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and the Center for Traditional Music and Dance, organizations with which we have collaborated.
Graduate Students From left to right: Kevin Lamiell, Hesley Keenan, Frainy Martinez and David Jacobsen.
Study abroad with the City College in Argentina Rosa Abreu, wanting to make a much-desired career change, thanks to her M.A. in the Study of the Americas, went from Assistant Director of Food and Beverage, to full-time Lecturer in the Hospitality Program at New York City College of Technology (CUNY). She will graduate in 2014.
The Division of Interdisciplinary Studies is located at Bowling Green on the southern-most type of the island of Manhattan, with most subways (A,C,1,R,4,5,J,Z) just one block away.
STudents benefit from services at our downtown location, but may also use all facitilies at the main campus of the City College at 137th Street.
Informal luncheon with Rob Nixon, Rachel Carson Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, (need blurb E)
Graduation, May 2012 Professor Carlos Aguasaco, Professor Marlene Clark, M.A. graduate in the Study of the Americas Katawba Battersbee, Professor Martin Woessner, M.A. in the Study of the Americas graduate Cristian Santana, and Professor Susanna Schaller
Photo courtesy : Rosa Abreu
Center for Worker Education, Spring 2013 Wendy Luttrell, Professor of Urban Education and Critical Psychology, CUNY-Graduate Center giving a talk on her work on social justice and urban education: http://www.wendyluttrell.org
Center for Worker Education, Spring 2013 Wendy Luttrell, Professor of Urban Education and Critical Psychology, CUNY-Graduate Center giving a talk.
Roman Díaz as part of “Aesthetic and Cultural Expressions of African Derived Religions” in 2011 Photo courtesy: Berta Jottar.
“Indigeneity in the Americas: A Transnational Roundtable and Workshop” from left to right: Campbell Dalglish [The City College of NY], Erica Wortham [The George Washington University], Marcia Esparza [John Jay College], John Haworth [Director, National Museum of the American Indian in New York (Smithsonian)].
From left to right: Professor Susanna Schaller, Deborah Edwards-Anderson [Program Manager of the Center's Early Childhood Education Bachelor’s Program], Professors Justin Williams and Susanna Rosenbaum.
students Raquel Matos and Jamal Jones are Early Childhood Education students at our Center for Worker Education
“Les virtuosos” by Frankétienne. Photo courtesy: Alessandra Benedicty & Marie Andrée Etienne.
Faculty Hosted Event: Possession and Inspiration – Between the Psyche and the Spirits: A Conversation between Therapy and Vodou
Photo courtesy: Ellis Rua
Possession and Inspiration – Between the Psyche and the Spirits: A Conversation between Therapy and Vodou
Guest speakers from left to right: Gina Athena Ulysse, Craig E. Stephenson, and moderator Jerry W. Carlson
Photo courtesy: Ellis Rua
Graduate Students From left to right: Jing Zhao and Selvia Sikder