10 Temmuz’da, Columbia Üniversitesi’nin İstanbul ofisi Studio-X’te, Merve İspahani’nin moderatörlüğünde; Columbia Üniversitesi’nden Yrd. Doç. Dr. Ahmet Tunç Şen, Pennsylvania Üniversitesi’nden Yrd. Doç. Dr. Harun Küçük ve Chicago Üniversitesi’nden Prof. Dr. Hakan Karateke’nin katıldığı bir söyleşi gerçekleştirildi.
One of the reasons why the Arab Spring succeeded in Tunisia was the fact that the country has strong similarities with Turkey, rather than the rest of the Arab world, according to Safwan Masri, Executive Vice President for Global Centers and Global Development at Columbia University.
Türkiye’nin yanı sıra dünyanın pek çok ülkesinde artış gösteren ifade özgürlüğü ihlallerine dair geçtiğimiz hafta Studio X’te gerçekleşen Çatışmalı Alanlarda Sanatsal İfade panelinin konuklarından biri de eski Uluslararası PEN Direktörü Sara Whyatt oldu.
On June 14, 2018, Columbia Global Centers Nairobi hosted round two of “Beyond the Music” which previously launched in Nairobi in December 2017. The event took place in Tanzania and was overseen by Trevor Arnett, who in addition to being the Communications Officer in New York, is a talented Singer and artist.
Equity Bank CEO Dr James Mwangi with the 2018 MBA graduating class from Columbia Business School, during the Global Immersion Programme visit to the Bank. The students who were accompanied by Assistant Prof Jonas Hjort (with a book) were taken through the bank’s unique business model, sustainable competitive advantage, differentiation strategy, high socio-economic impact and future growth strategy.
A proposal to cut funding for the John E Fogarty International Center from the upcoming United States federal government budget by President Donald Trump’s administration has prompted an outcry from academics and educators across Africa.
Journalist Igor Stokfiszewski reflects on the cultural crisis underpinning the growth of rightwing populist movements in Europe. This article based on his intervention at the conference "L'Europe face au populisme" which took place at the Paris Center on Oct. 2-3, 2017.
L’universitaire Safwan Masri soutient, dans un entretien au « Monde », que la transition démocratique tunisienne s’explique par des facteurs endogènes difficilement reproductibles.
La capitale parisienne offrira une fois de plus un rendez-vous littéraire autour de l’Afrique et des Caraïbes.
The 2nd Annual ‘No-Boundaries’ International Art Exhibition Pre-Exhibition was successfully held at Columbia Global Centers | Beijing
Co-sponsored by Columbia Global Centers | Beijing and No-Boundaries International Art Exhibition Committee, the 2nd Annual ‘No-Boundaries’ International Art Exhibition Pre-Exhibition opening ceremony was successfully held on May 28 at Columbia Global Centers | Beijing.