Twice a year, Gallatin produces a major print issue called Gallatin Today (GT) that is read by alumni, parents, faculty, students, and staff. GT is a snapshot of news and events from our community and also an exploration of the conversations and types of connected learning that happens at Gallatin. Each issue of GT contains contributions from alumni, faculty, and current students.
The feature story for fall 2016 is Democracy & Its Discontents, an in-depth examination of global democracy, its theory and practice. Below you will find links to several essays by Gallatin faculty members as well as other features. We hope these texts inspire thought and conversations. View the entire issue, including features on Student-Athletes, Alumni College, and Alumni Notes here. We'd love to hear from you; send us your feedback.
CONTRIBUTORS FOR FALL 2016
Gianpaolo BAIOCCHI, faculty; David D. BURSTEIN, BA '12; Bill CASPARY, faculty; Julian CYR, BA '08; Stephen DUNCOMBE, faculty; Safia ELHILLO, BA '13; Keli GOFF, BA '01; Kristin HORTON, faculty; Ritty LUKOSE, faculty; Meleko MOKGOSI, faculty; Vasuki NESIAH, faculty; Madeleine PERLMUTTER, BA '18; Gerardo PORTENY, BA '17; Frank ROBERTS, BA '04, TISCH MA 'O5, faculty; Laura SLATKIN, faculty; Alejandro VELASCO, faculty; Lauren WALSH, faculty; PHOTO ESSAY Em WATSON, BA '16