Gerard P Clock

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Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice


Office: N-651Z

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Phone: +1 (212) 220-1248

Professor Gerard Clock has been teaching at BMCC since the 1990s and joined the Department of Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice on a full-time basis in 2017. He teaches classes in History, centering on the Ancient Western World (HIS 101); Early America (HIS 120); and American Government (POL 100).

Professor Clock’s research interests have shifted to the Cold War. He co-edited World Wars and Cold Wars: Readings in Foreign and Domestic Policy (Kendall Hunt Company, revised printing 2012) with Barbara Blumberg, Donna Johnson and Mary E. Brown.


The United States Constitution, Nineteenth Century American History, King Hammurabi and Ancient Mesopotamia.


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