David Bloomfield quoted on Breaking News

Behind New York’s School System Shakeup

Breaking News – 04/08/11 13:27 – Words matched: College of Staten Island

NEW YORK — It was a day of tumult for the leadership that presides over New York City’s classrooms. Cathie Black, New York City’s Schools Chancellor, is leaving just as quickly as she came.

…chancellor. David Bloomfield, who chairs the education department at the College of Staten Island, was not the only education expert who likened…

Lee Papa’s book previewed by FireDogLake

Watertiger and the Rude Pundit – Book Salon Preview

Firedoglake – 04/09/11 10:32 – Words matched: CUNY, Staten Island, College of Staten Island

The Rude Pundit’s Almanack Come laugh with Lee Papa (The Rude Pundit) and watertiger.

“A tornado of a writer…a child of Lenny Bruce, Richard Pryor and Hunter S. Thompson.”
—Margo Jefferson in The New York Times

…and Washington, D.C. Papa is a professor of English at the College of Staten Island/CUNY. His book Staged Action: Plays from the American Workers…

Jonathan Peters featured expert on NY1

Slowing S.I. Population Growth Still Brings About Big Needs

NY1 – 04/11/11 00:33 –  Words matched: College of Staten Island

Growth in Staten Island, once the fastest growing county in the entire state, has finally slowed down, according to the 2010 U.S. Census. But Staten Island’s population still grew by a little over 5.

…very suspicious of that, that they’ve missed people,” says College of Staten Island demographer Jonathan Peters. “But the other piece is that…

LOST in Theory: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about LOST but Were Too Afraid to Ask Derrida, Foucault, and Lacan

The Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio presents Giancarlo Lombardi, Associate Professor of Italian and Comparative Literature at CSI, on Monday April 11 at 4:30pm.

Lombardi presents his lecture entitled “LOST in Theory: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Lost but Were Too Afraid to Ask Derrida, Foucault, and Lacan.”   Cosponsored by Ohio State’s Department of French & Italian.

Matthew Solomon’s Book Shortlisted

Matthew Solomon’s new book, Disappearing Tricks: Silent Film, Houdini, and the New Magic of the 20th Century (University of Illinois Press) was shortlisted today for the Kraszna-Krausz award, given to the best moving image book of the year.

http://www.kraszna-krausz.org.uk/andor-book-awards/book-awards-forms/