The author of Yayoi Kusama: Inventing the Singular (MIT Press: 2015), Yamamura specializes in feminism and post-WWII Asian and Asian Diaspora art. Currently writing a book on Japanese Contemporary Art and co-editing a volume, The Cold War and Visual Art in Asia, her scholarship aspires for change by opening up fresh ways of looking at reality.
Transformative Learning in the Humanities is a three-year initiative supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The grant supports public talks, symposia, and workshops as well as a series of intensive […]
This is a private group for the Transformative Learning in the Humanities Faculty Fellows Cohort #2 (Spring 2022)
The Digital Humanities Reading Group aims to provide an informal, low-stakes environment for members of the GC community to discuss recent articles in the Digital Humanities, experiment with digital tools, and […]
The Faculty Fellowship Publication Program (FFPP), sponsored by the Office of the Dean for Recruitment and Diversity, aims at advancing CUNY’s institutional goal of a diverse professoriate. The University-wide i […]
The Community College Participatory Action Research Collaborative (CCPARC) is a center and clearinghouse for community college research by, with, and for community college faculty, professional staff, […]
This is the group page for the Earth and Environmental Sciences Department at The Graduate Center, CUNY