Paris: Critical dialogues
Our Center is pleased to welcome four associations with whom we are now partnering.
Emmanuel Kattan, Director of the Alliance Program, looks back on recent collaborations with the Paris Center.
Cet entretien a été publié par Le Grand Continent.
Applications for the 2021-2022 academic year are open. Deadline: May 6, 2021.
Applications for the M.A. in Global Thought are now being accepted. Deadline: April 1, 2021.
A trans-Atlantic dialogue on the European Green Deal, climate diplomacy, and the impact of youth activist movements on shaping public policy.
October 6, 2020, Columbia Global Centers | Paris launches a new collaborative series of debates dedicated to the future of Europe, featuring leading scholars from Columbia and prominent creative writers, intellectuals, and journalists from the European Union.
The pandemic, the presidential election, globalization, climate change, and other issues are covered in a transatlantic forum.
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Nous invitons les chercheurs de toutes les disciplines à soumettre des propositions de recherche pour un atelier de deux jours intitulé « Le Pendjab aux limites de l’histoire indienne », qui se tiendra à l’Université Columbia, à New York, les 24 et 25 avril 2020. Cet atelier est un partenariat entre l’Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life, Alliance Program et Sciences Po - Centre de recherches internationales.
La Grande table Idées d’Olivia Gesbert – émission du 9 janvier 2020
Un entretien avec Prof. Bernard Harcourt dans Télérama.
This fall, the Paris Center will partner with the Centre Pompidou to present two events as part of the museum’s interactive exhibition series, “Cosmopolis #2: Repenser l'humain.”
On November 22, the Paris Center held the first session of a new seminar series, “Lire…Levinas,” developed in partnership with Les Rencontres Philosophiques de Monaco.
This fall, Columbia Global Centers I Paris will present a series of film screenings and discussions with artists who are re-appropriating representations and narratives of minority experiences, particularly those tied to the Black Atlantic Diaspora.
Will Slauter is a historian of media and copyright, an Associate Professor at Université Paris Diderot, and a former fellow of the Society of Fellows in the Humanities at Columbia University.