The Queens Podcast Lab Learning Series returns for a Spring season.
Professor Bounds on History Channel
Professor Anna Bounds was recently featured on the History Channel’s “America’s Book of Secrets!” Catch her on the episode “Doomsday Scenarios“.
Professor Pyong Gap Min’s New Book
Professor Pyong Gap Min has published a new book titled Korean “Comfort Women”: Military Brothels, Brutality, and the Redress Movement. According to the publisher Rutgers University Press: Arguably the most brutal crime committed by the Japanese military during the Asia-Pacific…
Throwback Thursday: Harry Levine on NY Delis
From the archives: In this 2007 article, QC sociologist Harry Levine discusses the New York deli.
Virtual Exhibition Celebrates Bicentennial of the Greek Revolution
In advance of the 200th anniversary of the Greek War of Independence—which began in 1821—QC’s Hellenic American Project (HAP) has mounted the virtual exhibition Ode to the Greek Light and Landscape: Works by Dimitris Diamantopoulos. The show juxtaposes 21 paintings that Diamantopoulos created…
Wednesday: Laura Nelson at QC Workshop
QC Sociology Workshop welcomes Laura Nelson to discuss her research on women’s social movements in the United States.
Anna Bounds in National Geographic
Prof. Bounds featured in National Geographic.
QC Workshop: Online Radicalization (Weinberg & Dawson)
Join the QC Sociology workshop for a discussion about online radicalization
COVID-19 Resources for Queens College Students
Are you facing distress during the COVID-19 outbreak? Government agencies, including CUNY, offer a range of programs intended to support our students. Have You Lost Your Job? See if you are eligible for aid under the CARES Act, especially Pandemic…
In Celebration of an Eminent Career: Samuel Heilman
An online panel in honor of Samuel Heilman’s distinguished career.