The Center for the Humanities at the CUNY Graduate Center encourages collaborative, creative and engaged work in the humanities and social sciences at CUNY and across the city through innovative programming, digital and print publications, and project-based public scholarship. Our main platforms are the Mellon Seminar on Public Engagement and Collaborative Research, Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative, The CUNY Adjunct Incubator, with the Gittell Urban Studies Collective, and Women's Studies Quarterly, with Feminist Press and the Center for the Study of Women and Society. The Center has long resourced multisectoral, intersectional work from an environmental justice standpoint, including initiatives like ECHO (Environmental Community Humanities Oasis) facilitated by Dr. Ryan Mann-Hamilton, Archives in Common: Migrant Practices / Knowledges / Memory, facilitated by Dr. √Āngeles Donoso Macaya, On the Line: Land Use, Food Access, Climate Justice and Organizing in New York City, facilitated by Dr. Naomi Schiller, the Climate Action Lab, facilitated by Dr. Ashley Dawson, Caribbean Epistemologies facilitated by Dr. Herman Bennett, and the student-led Environmental Studies Working Group. To learn more about or participate in one of the Center's many transdisciplinary research streams, please visit https: