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.
Thanksgiving Film Screening and Holiday Gathering: Street Stamp, Winner at the 32nd Columbia University Film Festival
Iconic images shape how we remember significant moments in history. The role, scope and challenges of photojournalism in bearing witness and recording the current pandemic was the subject of this online panel discussion.
In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, viewership of pandemic-themed films has surged. What is it about these films that is capturing our collective imagination? Columbia Global Centers | Mumbai organized a conversation between Columbia University Professor, Richard Pena, and the Center Director, Dr. Ravina Aggarwal.
The historic city of Vrindavan is undergoing rapid transformation. Perspectives on this changing landscape of extreme religious and environmental significance were provided in a public lecture by Barnard Professor John Stratton Hawley who has spent over forty years visiting and doing academic work in Vrindavan.