Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS)

MALS research by Track

Doing research while at MALS is an experience that will largely be shaped by your concentration, or track.

Some disciplines have full research guides, that you might want to browse in addition to this one:

Other tracks do not have their own complete guide (yet), but if you have suggestions about what resources have been helpful to you in those areas, please let your librarian know!

MALS Theses

MALS Theses submitted after February 2014 can now be found in the Graduate Center's new Institutional Repository, Academic Works.

For more information about thesis submission guidelines, please see the Dissertations & Theses guide.

Librarian Contacts by MALS Track

Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Librarian Contacts by Track

Not sure who to contact? Get in touch with Stephen Zweibel.



Africana Studies

Shawn(ta) Smith

American Studies

Alycia Sellie

Approaches to Modernity

Stephen Klein

Archaeology of the Classical, Late Antique, and Islamic Worlds

Michael Handis

Biography, Autobiography and Memoir

Shawn(ta) Smith

Childhood and Youth Studies

Alycia Sellie

Data Visualization

Stephen Zweibel

Digital Humanities

Stephen Zweibel

Fashion Studies

Reference Desk (while Beth Posner is on sabbatical)

Film Studies

Roxanne Shirazi

Individualized Studies

Alycia Sellie

International Studies

Stephen Klein

Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies

Silvia Cho

Law and Society

Jill Cirasella

Migration and Global Cities

Silvia Cho

New York Studies

Alycia Sellie

Science and Technology Studies

Jill Cirasella

Social and Environmental Justice Studies

Adriana Palmer

Sustainability Studies

Adriana Palmer

Urban Education

Shawn(ta) Smith

Western Intellectual Traditions

Michael Handis

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Shawn(ta) Smith