#ESSPublishes: Rethinking #Neoliberalism: Resisting the Disciplinary Regmine co-edited by Prof Pavlovskaya

#ESSPublishes: Rethinking #Neoliberalism: Resisting the Disciplinary Regmine co-edited by Prof Pavlovskaya

ESS Professor Marianna Pavlovskaya (@mpavlov) co-edited a new book entitled “Rethinking Neoliberalism: Resisting the Disciplinary Regime”. Neoliberalism remains a flashpoint for political contestation around the world. For…

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#EESPublishes: EO Prof. Cindi Katz's essay "A #Bronx Chronicle" available now! #spaces #places #power #culture #danger

#EESPublishes: EO Prof. Cindi Katz’s essay “A #Bronx Chronicle” available now! #spaces #places #power #culture #danger

Check out Prof. Katz’s essay entitled “A Bronx Chronicle” published in Spaces of Danger: Culture and Power in the Everyday! Spaces of Danger contains 12…

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#EESpublishes:  Check out Dr. Stephanie DeVries dissertation on nitrogen pollution!

#EESpublishes: Check out Dr. Stephanie DeVries dissertation on nitrogen pollution!

Stephanie DeVries dissertation is available on CUNY academic works!  Congratulations Dr. DeVries! Following a comprehensive review of the occurrence and impacts of antibiotics and related pharmaceutical…

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#EESpublishes: Prof #GillianStewart of @GC_CUNY @QC_News on Fe specie variability in #mesopelagic zone at #OceanStationPAPA

#EESpublishes: Prof #GillianStewart of @GC_CUNY @QC_News on Fe specie variability in #mesopelagic zone at #OceanStationPAPA

Professor Gillian Stewart of EES and Queens College coauthored a paper entitled, “Temporal variability of dissolved iron species in the mesopelagic zone at Ocean Station…

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#EESPublishes: Prof #MonicaVarsanyi in the @LATimes: #SanctuaryCities & #PublicSafety

#EESPublishes: Prof #MonicaVarsanyi in the @LATimes: #SanctuaryCities & #PublicSafety

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#EESPublishes: PhD Student Ellen Hartig on NYC Holocene Sea Level in the NYTimes!

#EESPublishes: PhD Student Ellen Hartig on NYC Holocene Sea Level in the NYTimes!

Scientists Glimpse New York’s Perilous Path in an Ancient Patch of Marsh By MARC SANTORA JAN. 19, 2017 In Pelham Bay in the Bronx, an ancient…

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#EESPublishes: Prof. O'Mullan on Culturable bioaerosols on the urban waterfront

#EESPublishes: Prof. O’Mullan on Culturable bioaerosols on the urban waterfront

Professor Gregory D. O’Mullan of Queens College and the Graduate Center coauthored a paper in Peer J entitled “Culturable bioaerosols along an urban waterfront are…

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