SUM-CUNY: What methods should be used to study an interdisciplinary field that defies conventional categories, both in academia and in terms of the human experience? Imagining Queer Methods, co-edited by Professor Matt Brim (College of Staten Island, The Graduate Center) and Amin Ghaziani, looks at new approaches to research and analysis in queer studies and queer theory. More information is available on the SUM-CUNY Website.
SUM-CUNY: How old is the universe? What’s a black hole? Why do planets spin? A new book strives to answer those questions and many others with short, readable explanations that can be absorbed in a matter of seconds. Read more at the SUM-CUNY Website.
Dr. Barbara DiCicco-Bloom, Associate Professor, Nursing, has been appointed Executive Officer for the Doctoral Program (PhD) in Nursing at The Graduate Center, CUNY.
Dr. DiCicco-Bloom is the third person from CSI to serve as Executive Officer of a Graduate Center doctoral program in the past five years, and this is the first time in the history of the Nursing PhD program that the EO position has been held by a CSI faculty member.
CSI Professor Dr. Eileen Gigliotti has held the position of Deputy Executive Officer in the Nursing PhD program for the past 13 years, and was one of the founders of The Graduate Center’s PhD program in Nursing.
This edited collection reimagines the field of queer studies by asking “How do we do queer theory?”
Imagining Queer Methods showcases the methodological renaissance unfolding in queer scholarship. This volume brings together emerging and esteemed researchers from all corners of the academy who are defining new directions for the field.
From critical race studies, history, journalism, lesbian feminist studies, literature, media studies, and performance studies to anthropology, education, psychology, sociology, and urban planning, this impressive interdisciplinary collection covers topics such as humanistic approaches to reading, theorizing, and interpreting, as well as scientific appeals to measurement, modeling, sampling, and statistics.
By bringing together these diverse voices into an unprecedented single volume, Amin Ghaziani and Matt Brim inspire us with innovative ways of thinking about methods and methodologies in queer studies.
The Second Edition of Compassion Fatigue and Burnout in Nursing by Vidette Todaro-Franceschi, RN, PhD, FT, Professor in CSI’s Department of Nursing, and Doctoral Nursing Science at The Graduate Center, CUNY, was released today. More information is available online.
College of Staten Island Associate Professor of Psychology Dr. Daniel McCloskey’s groundbreaking research on naked mole rats was featured on the Smithsonian Channel.
Michael Mandiberg, Professor of Media Culture at the College of Staten Island, is a co-organizer of the sixth annual Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon, which will be held in March. Read more about this event in ARTNEWS.