“It’s all about our exciting destiny in space, about colonizing Mars, the solar system, and eventually the stars,” said Kaku, Henry Semat Professor of Physics in City College’s Division of Science and an American Physical Society Fellow.
Following are other new and forthcoming titles from CCNY faculty:
· “Taming the Rights Revolution,” by Lynda G. Dodd, Joseph H. Flom Professor of Legal Studies and Political Science, Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership;
· “Missing Persons, Animals, and Artists,” by Roberto Ransom, translated from Spanish by Daniel Shapiro, Distinguished Lecturer, Division of Humanities and the Arts;
· “Ivo van Hove Onstage,” edited by David Willinger, professor, Division of Humanities and the Arts;
· “Historical Dictionary of United States-Caribbean Relations,” co-written by Jacqueline Anne Braveboy-Wagner, professor, Colin Powell School.
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