Dr. Kurt C. Schlichting
E. Gerald Corrigan Chair in the Humanities & Social Sciences & Professor of Sociology & Anthropology
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 216
Grand Central and the New Haven Line
Dr. Kurt Schlichting, E. Gerald Corrigan Chair of Sociology and Anthropology, wrote an op-ed piece based on his research on Grand Central Terminal for the Connecticut Post. "The magnificent Beaux-Arts building on 42nd Street has provided a gateway to New York City for legions of commuters from southern Connecticut."
Published in Connecticut Post on 1/30/13
A Grand Celebration: Grand Central marks 100 years
Dr. Kurt Schlichting, E. Gerald Corrigan Chair, Sociology and Anthropology, discusses chief engineer William Wilgus' plan to create the technical and architectural gem that is Grand Central Terminal. "There just wasn't enough space anymore between Madison and Lexington to fit tracks so it was his vision to go underground," he said.
Published in The Connecticut Post, Stamford Advocate, Greenwich Time, News-Times on 1/28/13
"The Long Commute"
Broadcast LIVE from Fairfield University. Host John Dankosky with Kurt Schlichting, Jim Cameron and Christiaan Hogendorn.
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