The Columbia Global Centers provide a collaborative platform for global arts and cultural exchanges between the University and the world. The Global Centers are located in regions rich with culture that include diverse languages, arts, traditional practices, and forms of expression. The Centers impact and inform this field through a collection of invigorating training, programming, and research initiatives both at Columbia and within their local communities.
Book Talk & Discussion: Katharina Pistor's 'The Code of Capital: How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality'
Shahzia Sikander, a leading contemporary artist from South Asia based in New York, engaged in a wide-ranging conversation about art, ideas and notions of global belonging with Dr. Vishakha Desai to reimagine and articulate the possibilities beyond narrow binaries of national/global or past/present during the current pandemic.
As the country’s financial capital and major center of cultural production, Mumbai sits at the confluence of economic activity, cinema and ideas of modernity. CGC | Mumbai organized a lecture and panel discussion with Professor Debashree Mukherjee, marking the launch of her new book, Bombay Hustle: Making Movies in a Colonial City.