Pyong Gap Min (Faculty) published a co-edited book The Transnational Redress Movement for the Victims of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery in February 2020 by De Gruyter /Oldenbourg Books (a Berlin, Germany-based publisher) with PhD students Thomas Chung and Sejung Sage Yim. The book is based on 13 papers presented at the 2017 conference on the “comfort women” issue and the redress movement for the victims, organized by the Research Center for Korean Community at Queens College. This book comprehensively covers the redress movement in South Korea, Japan, and the U.S. in detail.
Darren Barany (Alum) published a book titled The New Welfare Consensus: Ideological, Political, and Social Origins, SUNY Press August
2018 (hardcover), July 2019(paperback)
The book received the Paul Sweezy Marxist Sociology Book Award, which was presented in 2019 by the Marxist Section of the ASA.
Pamela Stone (Faculty) published a co-authored book titled Opting Back In: What Really Happens When Mothers Go Back to Work (Univ. of California Press, 2019)
Prof. Stone is the author of Opting Out: Why Women Really Quit Careers and Head Home (Univ. of California Press, 2007). Read Prof. Stone’s interview with the Graduate Center HERE about her book.