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April 15, 2014

Barnard to Host Book Launch for The Chile Reader

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Tuesday, 05:30 PM
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April 11, 2014

Mobilities in Cities: From Visible to Invisible

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Friday, 10:00 AM
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Columbia University Map and directions
April 10, 2014

Panel on "Ankara after September 12 Military Coup"

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Thursday, 07:00 PM
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Panel Discussion
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Columbia Global Centers | Turkey
April 07, 2014
Protesters and journalists hold placards during a protest against the detainment of Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt, at Martyrs' square in downtown Beirut February 27, 2014. Broadcaster Al Jazeera called for vigils outside Egyptian embassies across the world to press Egypt to free four of its journalists, three of whom have been charged with aiding a "terrorist organization." - photo by Sharif Karim

Panel Discussion – 100 Days: Egypt vs. Press Freedom

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Monday, 05:30 PM
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Columbia University
April 05, 2014
Columbia Global Center: Turkey in Istanbul

Workshop on Contested Sites and Historical Dialogue in Istanbul

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Saturday, 09:30 AM
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Workshop
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Columbia Global Centers | Turkey
April 04, 2014

Studio-X Istanbul Hosts Guantánamo Exhibit

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Friday, 07:00 PM
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March 26, 2014
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Global Health Symposium with Mailman School of Public Health

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Wednesday, 02:00 PM
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Panel Discussion
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Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
March 24, 2014

The Politics of Constitutional Change in Latin America

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Monday, 04:00 PM
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Panel Discussion
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Columbia University
March 22, 2014
Columbia Global Center: Turkey in Istanbul

New Distribution Models: A Public Discussion with Prof. Ira Deutchman of the Film Program

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Saturday, 02:00 PM
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March 21, 2014

Istanbul Center to Host Pitching Workshop for Filmmakers

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Friday, 09:30 AM
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March 19, 2014

Women Changing China: Barnard College of Columbia University presents the Sixth Annual Global Symposium

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Wednesday, 11:00 AM
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Conference
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March 17, 2014

Barnard President Debora Spar to Speak in Beijing on Wonder Women: Sex, Power, and the Quest for Perfection

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Monday, 12:30 PM
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Lecture
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Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
March 14, 2014

GSAPP Launches Studio-X in Johannesburg

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Friday, 06:00 PM
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Festival
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March 10, 2014

Memory for the Future: Collaborative Witnessing in Post-Dictatorship Chile

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Monday, 07:00 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia University Map
February 28, 2014

A Discussion with Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and the Reverend Mpho Tutu

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Friday, 07:00 PM
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Discussion
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February 27, 2014

SIPA Grad to Speak in Beijing: China Going Out - China's Investment in Africa and How It Can Be Improved

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Thursday, 06:00 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia Global Centers | East Asia Map and directions
February 27, 2014

Information Session: Middle Eastern and North African Studies Summer Program 2014

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Thursday, 04:00 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia University Map
February 27, 2014

Research Without Borders: Negotiating Constraints and Open Scholarship (+ webcast)

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Thursday, 01:00 PM
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Panel Discussion
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Columbia University Map and directions
February 25, 2014

University Lecture with Jeffrey D. Sachs

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Tuesday, 06:00 PM
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February 24, 2014

The Idea of Development - What Causes Global Inequality?

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Monday, 06:15 PM
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Panel Discussion
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Columbia University Map and directions
February 14, 2014

History on Display: How Viewers Respond

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Friday, 10:00 AM
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Panel Discussion
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February 05, 2014

Lecture: Urbanization and Land Ownership Reform in China

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Wednesday, 06:00 PM
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Columbia University Map
January 30, 2014

Lunar New Year Celebration

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Thursday, 04:00 PM
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Reception
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January 29, 2014
Marie-Hélène Aubert

Facing the Challenges of Climate Change: How To Achieve a Global Deal in Paris in 2015?

Time:
Wednesday, 09:00 AM
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Discussion
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Columbia University
January 27, 2014

E-Conference: The Health Consequences of Migration

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Monday, 07:00 AM
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January 15, 2014
January 07, 2014
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Santiago)

Santiago Panel: From Science to Business (livestream)

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Tuesday, 07:00 AM
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Panel Discussion
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Columbia Global Centers | Latin America (Santiago)
December 18, 2013

Prof. Rashid Khalidi - Shifting Strategic Perspectives in the Wake of the Iran Nuclear Accord

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Wednesday, 06:00 PM
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Lecture
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Columbia Global Centers | Turkey
December 16, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Europe in Paris

Captain Hook Comes to Arts Arena in Paris

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Monday, 07:00 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia Global Centers | Europe
December 09, 2013

Arts, Culture and Quality of Life: Creating Equitable Cities for the Future

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Monday, 03:30 PM
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Panel Discussion
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December 07, 2013
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Pop Up Studio-X Shenzhen & Hong Kong: Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture 2013

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Saturday, 03:00 PM
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Exhibit
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November 28, 2013
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Urban China Initiative 2013 Annual Forum: China’s Urbanization Roadmap

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Thursday, 09:00 AM
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Conference
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Location:
Columbia Global Centers | East Asia Wenjin Hotel, Beijing
November 25, 2013

The Future as Cultural Fact — A symposium with Arjun Appadurai, Saskia Saasen, Richard Sennett, and Sudhir Venkatesh

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Monday, 04:00 PM
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Panel Discussion
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Columbia University Knox Hall, Room 208
November 21, 2013

Your Global Thoughts? A Forum with President Lee C. Bollinger

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Thursday, 02:30 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia University Earl Hall map and directions
November 18, 2013
November 16, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Middle East in Amman

University Professor Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak: How Can There Be a Feminist World?

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Saturday, 06:30 PM
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Columbia Global Centers | Middle East Middle East Auditorium, Amman, Jordan
November 16, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Europe in Paris
Manchester International Festival. Robert Wilson, right, directs Mikhail Baryshnikov, left, and Willem Dafoe, center, in The Old Woman

Paris Center Hosts Robert Wilson in Conversation with Mikhail Baryshnikov and Willem Dafoe

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Saturday, 03:00 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia Global Centers | Europe
November 15, 2013
November 14, 2013

The Impact of The Lausanne Peace Treaty in the World

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Thursday, 06:00 PM
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November 14, 2013

Information Session: 2014 Global Scholars Summer Research Program

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Thursday, 05:00 PM
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Discussion
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November 12, 2013

Information Session: 2014 Global Scholars Summer Research Program

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Tuesday, 12:00 PM
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November 11, 2013

Poverty and Prosperity: The Challenges of Policymaking in a Globalized World

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Monday, 02:00 PM
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Panel Discussion
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Columbia University
November 08, 2013

Studio-X Opens in Istanbul Center

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Friday, 08:00 PM
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Reception
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November 07, 2013

Visual Culture of Human Rights

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Thursday, 06:15 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia University
October 25, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Rio de Janeiro)

New Platforms/New Markets Panel: The New Audiovisual World Order

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Friday, 03:30 PM
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October 24, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Rio de Janeiro)

Screening of Selected Short Films at Rio de Janeiro Center

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Thursday, 06:30 PM
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Film Screening
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October 24, 2013

Book Launch: "The Quest for Security: Protection Without Protectionism and the Challenge of Global Governance"

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Thursday, 06:15 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia University
October 24, 2013

Testimony and 9/11: Memory Change over Time Panel

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Thursday, 10:00 AM
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October 21, 2013

Brazil: Starting Over Reloaded

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Monday, 06:00 PM
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Lecture
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Columbia University
October 21, 2013

The Past and the Future of Press Freedom in Turkey

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Monday, 03:30 PM
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October 18, 2013

The Origins and Impact of World War I: An Interdisciplinary Conference

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Friday, 09:00 AM
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Conference
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Columbia University
October 14, 2013
Najat Vallaud-Belkacem

The Balancing Act: Women, Work and Family in the United States and France

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Monday, 06:00 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia University
October 13, 2013

Istanbul Week – Oct. 13 to 17

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Sunday, 02:00 PM
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Workshop
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Columbia University
October 08, 2013

The Arts Arena presents PORTRAIT OF WALLY

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Tuesday, 07:00 PM
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Film Screening
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Columbia Global Centers | Europe
October 08, 2013

Big Data/Global Surveillance

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Tuesday, 06:00 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia University Map and directions
September 24, 2013

Effective Policies in Poverty Reduction Beyond the Millennium Development Goals

Time:
Tuesday, 06:00 PM
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Lecture
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Location:
Columbia University
September 20, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Europe in Paris

World Writers' Festival / Festival des Écrivains du Monde

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Friday, 12:00 PM
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Festival
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Columbia Global Centers | Europe
September 15, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Turkey in Istanbul

Judith Butler To Speak in Istanbul on "Freedom of Assembly Or Who are the People?"

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Sunday, 05:00 PM
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Lecture
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Columbia Global Centers | Turkey Map and directions
September 11, 2013

Faculty Forum: the Columbia Global Centers and their directors

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Wednesday, 04:00 PM
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Information Session
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Columbia University
August 25, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Middle East in Amman

Introduction to Film Studies Course in Amman, Jordan

Time:
Sunday, 09:30 AM
Type:
Workshop
Moderator:
Richard Peña
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Location:
Columbia Global Centers | Middle East
August 21, 2013
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

The People Factor: The Role of Chinese Migrants in China's Blooming Relation with Africa

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Wednesday, 06:00 PM
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Lecture
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Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
August 19, 2013
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Chinese Village, Global Market

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Monday, 06:30 PM
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Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
July 25, 2013
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Social Media, the Future of the Media, and Some Tips for Success

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Thursday, 06:30 PM
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Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
July 22, 2013
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Professor Jeffrey Sachs: China's Challenge of Sustainable Development (by invitation only)

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Monday, 03:00 PM
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Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
July 17, 2013
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Weatherhead Forum in Beijing: China Dream, China Spirit, and the Projection of Chinese Soft Power

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Wednesday, 03:00 PM
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Lecture
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Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
July 16, 2013

Symposium - Bringing Columbia Core to China

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Tuesday, 03:00 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
July 01, 2013

Meet the Author: Rawi Hage at the Paris Center

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Monday, 04:30 PM
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Discussion
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Location:
Columbia Global Centers | Europe
June 18, 2013
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Weatherhead Forum in Beijing: Chinese Labor Studies in a Time of Transformation

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Tuesday, 03:00 PM
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June 04, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Middle East in Amman

A Reading and Conversation with Ahdaf Soueif

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Tuesday, 06:30 PM
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Columbia Global Centers | Middle East
June 01, 2013
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Exhibit: "X-Agenda Ⅳ: Wind and Light - Duoxiang Studio 2006-2013"

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Saturday, 04:00 PM
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Reception
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May 31, 2013
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Weatherhead Forum in Beijing: Three Perspectives on American Ideology - Intellectual Debate, Partisan Simplification, Public Complexity

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Friday, 03:00 PM
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Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
May 29, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Middle East in Amman

Edward Said Memorial Lecture with Rashid Khalidi (at Columbia Global Centers | Middle East)

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Wednesday, 06:30 PM
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Columbia Global Centers | Middle East
May 26, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Middle East in Amman

The Imperative of Shared Prosperity: How Inequality Holds Back the Economies of the Middle East and the World (at Columbia Global Centers | Middle East)

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Sunday, 07:30 PM
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Lecture
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Columbia Global Centers | Middle East
May 19, 2013

Conference: Humanities and a Borderless World

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Sunday, 10:00 AM
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Conference
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May 15, 2013

Panel Discussion: Global Scholarship in a Modern World

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Wednesday, 07:00 PM
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Discussion
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May 13, 2013

Global Health Initiative Seminar: Columbia Global Centers - Overview and Opportunities

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Monday, 03:00 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia University
May 02, 2013

Press Freedom, Press Standards and Democracy in Latin America

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Thursday, 06:00 PM
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Conference
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Columbia University
April 30, 2013

Committee on Global Thought Undergraduate Breakfast With Homi K. Bhabha

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Tuesday, 08:30 AM
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Discussion
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April 29, 2013

Living Side By Side: On Culture And Security

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Monday, 06:00 PM
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Lecture
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April 25, 2013

Pricing the Planet’s Future: The Economics of Discounting in an Uncertain World

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Thursday, 06:00 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia University Directions
April 23, 2013

Turkey: An Evolving Role in Syria, Europe and the Middle East

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Tuesday, 01:00 PM
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Lecture
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Location:
Columbia University
April 09, 2013

Notre Dame de Paris: Restoring a Double Architectural Icon

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Tuesday, 06:30 PM
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Lecture
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Columbia University
April 09, 2013

Global Health Initiative Seminar - Myanmar: A Nation at the Crossroads

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Tuesday, 03:00 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia University
March 29, 2013

Chile at Columbia

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Friday, 01:00 PM
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Columbia University
March 19, 2013

"Mapping the Modern: A Conversation about The MoMA and the 20th Century" with Glenn Lowry in Amman, Jordan

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Tuesday, 06:30 PM
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Lecture
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Columbia Global Centers | Middle East
March 19, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Rio de Janeiro)

Launch of Rio de Janeiro Center: Shared Jazz Musical Traditions in the US and Brazil

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Tuesday, 06:00 PM
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Reception
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Columbia Global Centers | Latin America (Rio de Janeiro)
March 18, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Rio de Janeiro)
Palacio da Cidade (Mayor’s Palace) of Rio de Janeiro

Launch of Rio de Janeiro Center: Opening Symposium and Reception

Time:
Monday, 04:00 PM
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Discussion
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Columbia Global Centers | Latin America (Rio de Janeiro)
March 13, 2013
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Learning to Think Strategically: A 21st-Century Leadership Imperative

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Wednesday, 07:00 PM
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Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
February 04, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Office of Global Centers

Information Session: Global Scholars Program Summer Research Workshop

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Monday, 12:00 PM
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Workshop
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February 01, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Office of Global Centers

Information Session: Global Scholars Program Summer Research Workshop

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Friday, 12:00 PM
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Workshop
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January 31, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Office of Global Centers

Information Session: Global Scholars Program Summer Research Workshop

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Thursday, 03:00 PM
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Workshop
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Location:
Columbia University Map for Kent Hall
January 30, 2013
Columbia Global Center: Office of Global Centers

Information Session: Global Scholars Program Summer Research Workshop

Time:
Wednesday, 04:00 PM
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Workshop
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Location:
Columbia University Kent Hall
January 18, 2013

Gender, Religion and Law in Muslim Societies

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Friday, 09:00 AM
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Workshop
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January 11, 2013
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

CUCSSA 2013 Alumni New Year Cocktail Reception

Time:
Friday, 06:30 PM
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Reception
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Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
January 07, 2013

Mumbai Workshop on Subaltern Urbanism

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Monday, 09:00 AM
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Workshop
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Columbia Global Centers | South Asia
December 17, 2012
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Santiago)

Visit of Psychiatrist Dr. Katherine Shear to Chile

Time:
Monday, 09:00 AM
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Lecture
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November 30, 2012

Chilean Biennale of Architecture

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Friday, 10:00 AM
Type:
Conference
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Location:
Columbia Global Centers | Latin America (Santiago)
June 26, 2012
Columbia Global Center: East Asia
June 21, 2012
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

American Democracy: Transformative Processes

Time:
Thursday, 07:00 PM
Type:
Lecture
Moderator:
Zhongying Pang
Speaker:

Edwin Winckler, Senior Research Scholar, Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University

 

Dr. Edwin Winckler studies political and policy development in the PRC, particularly  political reform. He is currently working with a PRC professor to update Chinese intellectuals' understanding of how American politics  currently works. Winckler is also pursuing a broader historical comparison of political-institutional development in China and the West. He continues to  work on PRC social policy, expanding from  research on the  population towards health and education. His most recent books are  Governing China's Population (with Susan Greenhalgh, Stanford, 2005) and Transition from Communism in China (edited, Lynne Reinner, 1999).
Location:
Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
June 21, 2012
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

American Democracy: Transformative Processes

Time:
Thursday, 07:00 PM
Type:
Lecture
Moderator:
Zhongying Pang, Professor of International Relations, School of International Studies, Renmin University
Speaker:

Edwin Winckler, Senior Research Scholar, Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University

 

Dr. Edwin Winckler studies political and policy development in the PRC, particularly  political reform. He is currently working with a PRC professor to update Chinese intellectuals' understanding of how American politics  currently works. Winckler is also pursuing a broader historical comparison of political-institutional development in China and the West. He continues to  work on PRC social policy, expanding from  research on the  population towards health and education. His most recent books are  Governing China's Population (with Susan Greenhalgh, Stanford, 2005) and Transition from Communism in China (edited, Lynne Reinner, 1999).
Location:
Columbia Global Centers | East Asia Map
May 07, 2012
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Public Lecture by Jeffrey Sachs

Time:
Monday, 02:00 PM
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Lecture
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Location:
Tsinghua University Map
April 26, 2012
Columbia Global Center: Europe in Paris

Global Scholars Program Info Session: Global Jazz

Time:
Thursday, 04:30 AM
Type:
Information Session
Moderator:
Victoria de Grazia
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Location:
Columbia University
April 12, 2012
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Santiago)

IADB & AMA presentation of the film "MadWomen"

Time:
Thursday, 06:30 PM
Type:
Discussion
Moderator:
Lydia Bendersky, OAS Senior Advisor for Arts & Culture
Speaker:

María Elena Wood

Director of MadWomen.

Doris Atkinson

Heir to Gabriela Mistral's Personal Archive.

Randall Couch

Authod of MadWomen, the book.

Iván Duque

Chief, IDB Cultural, Solidarity and Creativity Division

Location:
March 30, 2012
Columbia Global Center: Office of Global Centers

Rethinking the Human Sciences

Time:
Friday, 09:00 AM
Type:
Discussion
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Location:
Columbia University Map
March 30, 2012
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Santiago)

Round Table “Political Clientelism in Latin America: Case study of Argentina and Chile"

Time:
Friday, 08:30 AM
Type:
Discussion
Moderator:
 
Speaker:

María Victoria Murillo

Professor of political science and international studies at Columbia University.

Emmanuelle Barozet

Associate Professor Department of Sociology at the University of Chile.

Francisco Javier Diaz

CIEPLAN senior researcher.

Location:
March 19, 2012
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Santiago)

Inequality: a Global Perspective

Time:
Monday, 08:30 AM
Type:
Discussion
Moderator:
Karen Poniachik
Speaker:

Nirupam Bajpai

Nirupam Bajpai, Director, Columbia Global Center | East Asia

John H. Coatsworth

John H. Coatsworth, Interim Provost; Dean, School of International and Public Affairs; Columbia University

Linda P. Fried

Linda P. Fried, Dean, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University

Robert C. Lieberman

Robert C. Lieberman, Professor of Political Science and International and Public Affairs, Columbia University

Location:
March 05, 2012
Columbia Global Center: Office of Global Centers
February 29, 2012
Columbia Global Center: Middle East in Amman

LIVE FEED exhibition and panel discussion

Time:
Wednesday, 06:00 AM
Type:
Discussion
Moderator:
Mark Wigley
Speaker:
Location:
February 07, 2012
Columbia Global Center: Europe in Paris
Global Crises, Gaping Inequalities

To Have and to Have Not: How to Calculate Global Inequalities

Time:
Tuesday, 06:00 PM
Type:
Lecture
Moderator:
John Elster
Speaker:

Branko Milanovic

Lead Economist, World Bank

Location:
Reid Hall Map
January 27, 2012
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Santiago)

Ricardo Lagos, Former President of Chile, to Speak in January

Time:
Friday, 12:00 PM
Type:
Lecture
Moderator:
John H Coatsworth
Speaker:

Ricardo Lagos

Ricardo Lagos was president of Chile from 2000 to 2006 and the former UN special envoy for climate change.  He is the former co-chair of the Inter-American Dialogue in Washington and an editorial board member of Americas Quarterly.  Currently a professor-at-large at Brown University, he lives in Santiago, Chile, where he is chairman of Fundacion Democracia y Desarrollo.

Location:
Columbia University Map
January 11, 2012
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Santiago)
Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos

Executions in Chile September-December 1973: The Bureaucracy of Death

Time:
Wednesday, 07:00 PM
Type:
Discussion
Moderator:
John Dinges
Speaker:

Maria Luisa Sepulveda

Presidenta del Directorio del Museo de la Memoria 

Dr. Patiricio Bustos

Director del Servicio Medico Legal

Andres Velasco

Professor, Columbia University 

Location:
Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos Map
December 05, 2011
Columbia Global Center: Office of Global Centers

"For-Profit Schooling and the Politics of Education Reform in Chile”

Time:
Monday, 11:30 AM
Type:
Discussion
Moderator:
Susan Fuhrman, President, Teacher's College
Speaker:

Gregory Elacqua

Director of the Institute of Public Policy at the School of Economics at the Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago- Chile

He has conducted extensive research on schools in Chile and has also been active in the politics of educational policy reform. He is currently the Director of the Public Policy Institute at the School of Economics at the Universidad Diego Portales (UDP) in Chile.  His research focuses on education policy, school choice, public opinion, and urban policy.  He has written books, journal articles, monographs, and reports comparing various aspects of education cross-nationally for both Chilean and international audiences. He teaches graduate courses on survey research methods and education policy.  He is also currently a member of the OECD-PISA Questionnaire Expert Group (QEG).  Elacqua has also been active in the world of education policy. He was the senior adviser to the Minister of Education in Chile between 2003 and 2006.  He has also served as an adviser to a senator in the Education Committee in the Chilean Senate.  He has been very involved in the design of the education reforms signed into law in recent years.  He has also consulted with the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and a number of national governments on education policy. Elacqua’s work on education policy has been covered in the Chilean print and broadcast media. He has also given talks to a wide variety of audiences, including academics, policymakers, unions, and educators. He holds a PhD in Politics and Public Policy from Princeton University, an MIA from SIPA at Columbia University, and a BA from Boston University.

*A month ago was agreed a joint-venture between SIPA -through the Columbia Global Center Latin America in Santiago, Chile- and the recently-created Public Policy Institute at the School of Economics at the Universidad Diego Portales (UDP) in Chile, which Gregory directs.

Henry Levin

William H. Kilpatrick Professor of Economics & Education at Teachers College
 

William Heard Kilpatrick Professor of Economics and Education at Teachers CollegeColumbia University, and Director of the National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education, a nonpartisan entity. He is also the David Jacks Professor Emeritus of Higher Education and Economics at Stanford University where he served from 1968-99 after working as an economist at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. He is a specialist in the economics of education and human resources and has published 16 books and almost 300 articles on these and related subjects. He has been a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences and at the Institute for Advanced StudiesUniversity of Tel Aviv, a Distinguished Visiting Professor atBeijing University, and a Visiting Scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation. He has served in Fulbright Professorships at the University of Barcelona, Autonoma, and at the Universidad Metropolitana de Mexico, and as Wei Lun Visiting Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Levin hold a B.S. in Marketing and Economics, New York University and a M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics, Rutgers University. Most recent books are: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis: Methods and Applications (Sage Publications, 2000)Privatizing Education (Westview, 2001), and Privatizing Educational Choice, 2005..

Miguel Urquiola

Professor of Economics at the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University

Associate Professor of International and Public Affairs, and Economics at Columbia University. His research focuses on educational topics including the effects of school choice on stratification and school quality. Urquiola also serves as a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), and co-editor of the Journal of Human Resources. He held prior appointments at the Russell Sage Foundation, Cornell University’s economics department, the World Bank’s research department, the Bolivian government, and the Bolivian Catholic University.

Miguel Urquiola holds a BA from Swarthmore College and a PhD in economics from the University of California at Berkeley.

Location:
November 25, 2011
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Santiago)

Lo Ordinaro: Presentation by Enrique Walker

Time:
Friday, 06:00 PM
Type:
Lecture
Moderator:
 
Speaker:
Location:
Universidad Catolica
November 10, 2011
Columbia Global Center: Latin America (Santiago)

“Children of Fate: Childhood, Class, and the State in Chile, 1850–1930”

Time:
Thursday, 06:30 PM
Type:
Lecture
Moderator:
 
Speaker:
Location:
Universidad Catolica Map
October 30, 2011
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

China’s Afghanistan Policy: Implications for U.S.-China-Russia Relations

Time:
Sunday, 07:00 PM
Type:
Lecture
Moderator:
 
Speaker:

Elizabeth Wishnick

Elizabeth Wishnick is an Adjunct Associate Research Scholar at the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University and an Associate Professor of Political Science and Law at Montclair State University.  Her current book project, China as a Risk Society, examines how transnational problems shape Chinese foreign relations with neighboring states and involve Chinese society in foreign policy.  She is the author of numerous studies on great power relations and regional development in Asia, including Russia, China, and the U.S. in Central Asia: Competition and Cooperation in the Shadow of the Georgian Crisis and Mending Fences: The Evolution of Moscow's China Policy from Brezhnev to Yeltsin. Dr. Wishnick received a Ph.D. in Political Science from Columbia University, an M.A. in Russian and East European Studies from Yale University, and a B.A. from Barnard College. She speaks Chinese, Russian and French.

Location:
Renmin University Map
October 20, 2011
Columbia Global Center: Europe in Paris

Playing with Masks: Josephine Baker, Icon of Negritude

Time:
Thursday, 06:00 PM
Type:
Lecture
Moderator:
 
Speaker:

Robert G. O’Meally

Robert G. O’Meally is the Zora Neale Hurston Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, where he founded the Center for Jazz Studies.  Professor O’Meally is the author of The Craft of Ralph Ellison, Lady Day: The Many Faces of Billie Holiday, The Jazz Singers, and Romare Bearden: a Black Odyssey. He also edited or co-edited The Jazz Cadence of American Culture, Uptown Conversation, The Norton Anthology of African American Literature, and several other volumes. His articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The New Republic, Atlantic Monthly, Callaloo, and American Scholar.  For his curation of the Smithsonian record set, The Jazz Singers, he was nominated for a Grammy Award.  Since 2009, O’Meally has co-curated exhibitions at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Sylvie Laurent

Dr. Sylvie Laurent is a cultural historian, W.E.B. Du Bois Fellow at Harvard University, and visiting fellow at Stanford.  She teaches at Sciences-Po and Columbia Reid Hall.  She specializes in African American literature and culture and, more broadly, her research examines how race and class are inextricably intertwined in America.  She has published in various outlets, notably in La revue d’études américaines, Cahiers d’études africaines, Le Monde, and La Vie des Idées.  Her first book, Homérique Amérique, was published in 2008 (Le Seuil) and her forthcoming book, White Trash, la pauvreté odieuse du Blanc américain, will be published by Sorbonne University Press in October 2011.

Location:
Reid Hall Map
October 19, 2011
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

Sino-Mongol Relations

Time:
Wednesday, 07:00 PM
Type:
Lecture
Moderator:
 
Speaker:

Morris Rossabi

Morris Rossabi is author of Khubilai KhanVoyager from XanaduChina and Inner Asia; Modern Mongolia, and other books and articles.  He received his Ph.D. from Columbia University.  Professor Rossabi has co-curated exhibitions at Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.  He received an honorary doctorate from the National University of Mongolia, and is author of three chapters on China and Inner Asia for the authoritative Cambridge History of China.

Location:
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October 16, 2011
Columbia Global Center: East Asia

China and North Korea: Anatomy of a Relationship

Time:
Sunday, 07:00 PM
Type:
Lecture
Moderator:
 
Speaker:

Charles Armstrong

Charles Armstrong is a specialist in the modern history of Korea and East Asia, Professor Armstrong has written or edited numerous books on modern and contemporary Korea, including The Koreas; The North Korean Revolution, 1945-1950; Korea at the Center: Dynamics of Regionalism in Northeast Asia; Korean Society: Civil Society, Democracy, and the State; and Tyranny of the Weak: North Korea and the World, 1950 - 1990 (forthcoming 2012). He is currently writing a history of modern East Asia for the Wiley-Blackwell series "Concise History of the Modern World." Professor Armstrong is also a frequent commentator in the U.S. and international media on Korean, East Asian, and Asian-American affairs.

Location:
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October 06, 2011
Columbia Global Center: Europe in Paris

The Color of Jazz Lecture Series

Time:
Thursday, 06:00 PM
Type:
Lecture
Moderator:
 
Speaker:
Location:
Reid Hall Map
September 26, 2011
Columbia Global Center: Office of Global Centers

Recalibrations: Marketization and the Social Relevance of Art in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan

Time:
Monday, 12:10 PM
Type:
Lecture
Moderator:
 
Location:
Columbia University Map
September 22, 2011
Columbia Global Center: Office of Global Centers

Should France Collect Race Statistics? -- A Debate

Time:
Thursday, 12:30 PM
Type:
Discussion
Moderator:
 
Speaker:
Location:
Columbia University Map