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'Brooklyn Castle' Director and Star to Headline 2013 Literary Arts Festival

Katie Dellamaggiore, director of the acclaimed documentary film Brooklyn Castle (2012) and Pobo Efekoro, one of the student stars of the film, will kick off City Tech's 32nd Annual Literary Arts Festivalon Thursday, April 18, 2013, 5:30 p.m.   » Read More

Professor Huffman Co-Edits Book of Essays by Linguist William Diver

A collection of essays by William Diver (1921-1995) – professor of linguistics at Columbia from 1955 until his retirement in 1989 and the intellectual founder of the Columbia School of Linguistics – has been co-edited, annotated and presented by City Tech’s Alan Huffman and City College’s Joseph Davis.   » Read More

Don't Leave/Stay Home Without It: Prof. Feder Publishes GPS for Grammar

“Grammar is really a navigation system for writing,” says Jane Tainow Feder, professor of English at City Tech. Feder, who has been teaching at the College for more than 40 years, has compiled her entertaining way of approaching the fundamentals of writing into The GPS for Writing: Grammar, Punctuation, and Sentence Structure.   » Read More

Professor Bannett's Poetry Depicts Growing Up with Mentally Ill Mom

"I want people to know that mental illness is not someone having a bad day, or a bad week, but a chronic disease that surely causes as much suffering as a serious physical illness - on both the afflicted and their loved ones." So says City Tech's Nina Bannett, author of Lithium Witness (Finishing Line Press, 2011), a poetry chapbook that chronicles her life growing up with a mother who suffered from bi-polar disorder, formerly called manic depression.   » Read More

City Tech Hosted Outdoor Night of Poetry in Cadman Plaza on September 15

City Tech hosted "Poetry on the Plaza," an evening of poetry featuring Willie Perdomo, City Tech Peace Officer David Edwards, aka Poetic Justice, and City Tech students, faculty and alumni, on Thursday, September 15, in Cadman Plaza Park. » Read More

Professor Hellman's Book Offers Insights into American Women Authors' Domesticity

The ways in which four major American women writers--Harriet Beecher Stowe, Louisa May Alcott, Willa Cather and Edith Wharton--dealt with their domestic roles and how they portrayed this domesticity in their work is the focus of a new book by City Tech Professor Caroline Hellman.   » Read More

"Living Laboratory" of Brooklyn Waterfront, Digital Learning Focus of $3.1 Million Grant Awarded to City Tech

City Tech students, faculty and curriculum will connect to the dynamic "living laboratory" of the Brooklyn Waterfront in new and creative ways thanks to a $3.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education (DOE).   » Read More

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