Amman Videos

Prevention Measures and Management of COVID-19 in Refugee Settings: Global and Local Perspectives
Adieu Middle East: The Consequences of American Abdication - A talk by Roger Cohen
Is Democracy Secular? A talk by Andrea Cassatella
What is Bioethics, and Why is it Important Today? A talk by Robert Klitzman
Religion, State, and Society in Lebanon: Consociational Curse or Blessing? A talk by Mark Farha
Archaeological Archives of the French Mandate Period and the Creation of the "Service des Antiquités" and Museums in Syria - A keynote lecture by Michel Al-Maqdissi
Human Rights in Conflict - Safwan Masri in conversation with Omar Shakir
The Hundred Years' War on Palestine: A keynote lecture by Rashid Khalidi
Hamas Contained: The Rise and Pacification of Palestinian Resistance - Safwan Masri in conversation with Tareq Baconi
#MeToo and Global Change: Best Practices for Addressing Sexual Harassment and Misconduct - A talk by Suzanne Goldberg
Hisham Matar: A Reading and Discussion
Women ASPIRE
Open Startup Tunisia @ Columbia
Fostering Entrepreneurship in Engineering Education in Tunisia
Columbia Global Centers - Vision in 60 seconds
An introduction and overview of Columbia Global Centers, featuring comments from Lee C. Bollinger, President of Columbia University, Professor Safwan M. Masri, Executive Vice President for Global Centers and Global Development, and the directors of the global centers.
Columbia Global Centers - Vision in 60 seconds
An introduction and overview of Columbia Global Centers, featuring comments from Lee C. Bollinger, President of Columbia University, Professor Safwan M. Masri, Executive Vice President for Global Centers and Global Development, and the directors of the global centers.
Columbia Goes Global: The Global Past in the Future of American Academia
Part 1 in the video series of the INTERACT conference held on April 20, 2011
Columbia Goes Global: Undergraduate Panel
Part 4 in the video series of the INTERACT conference held on April 20, 2011. University President Lee C. Bollinger moderates a panel of undergraduates discussing their experiences with globalization.