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.
Arts and humanities events
Eccentric Days of Hope and Sorrow
Nusantara and Beyond
La frontière des oubliés : Rencontre avec Aliyeh Ataei, une nouvelle plume venue d'Iran
Columbia China Forum: Building Bridges, Envisioning Our Future
(Re)creation: Preluding Across Time
A Poet's Love: Robert Schumann's Dichterliebe
Arts and humanities news
Ifriqiya: the Art and Architecture of Tunisia - workshop
The Ifriqiya: the Art and Architecture of Tunisia workshop was organized by Columbia Global Centers | Tunis in partnership with Columbia's Department of Art History and Archaeology.
Books by African Women from Our Book Talk Series to Celebrate Women's History Month
The art of storytelling has been used in the African culture over centuries to educate, caution and entertain various generations. How can we ensure that this tradition is preserved?
Book Talk - A Story to Save Your Life: Communication and Culture in Migrants' Search for Asylum
With Dr. Sarah C. Bishop, an associate professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Baruch College, City University of New York