Tunisia has always been an important crossroad of civilizations. From the ancient metropolis of Carthage to the Islamic centers in Kairouan, Mahdia, and Tunis, Tunisia continues to be a compelling destination for scholars and students alike.
Over the years, CGC Tunis has evolved into a dynamic hub for exploring HASS disciplines in this diverse cultural landscape. We've welcomed faculty and students from various fields, encompassing art history, political science, architecture, cinema studies, among other disciplines, fostering engaging debates and dialogues.
As we continue our journey into the vibrant world of humanities, arts, and social sciences (HASS), CGC Tunis remains committed to fostering an environment where scholars, students, and researchers can explore a multifaceted history, contemporary questions, and emerging challenges.
The Tunis Center hosted a discussion, in partnership with Columbia Global Centers | Istanbul, with Dr. Mostafa Minawi around his most recent book.
This workshop is co-organized by Columbia Global Centers | Tunis, hosted both at CGC Tunis premises and at CEMAT's.
The scholars participating in the 'Ifriqiya: the Art and Architecture of Tunisia' enjoyed a guided tour to Avenue Habib Bourguiba.
The Ifriqiya: the Art and Architecture of Tunisia workshop was organized by Columbia Global Centers | Tunis in partnershi
Nous avon eu le plaisir de collaborer avec Beit al-Hikma, l'Académie nationale des sciences, des lettres et des arts de Tunisie.