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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.
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.
Effie Gonis, alumna of the MA in French Cultural studies, discusses her research process, her innovative research methods, and how her blog, scenessurseine.com, helps her dissertation.
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.
The Paris Center welcomed acclaimed author Maryse Condé, recipient of the 2018 New Academy Prize in Literature, for a day-long celebration of her work and legacy.
ENTRETIEN. La chercheuse américaine, à l'origine de l'exposition « Le Modèle noir » à Orsay, explique son travail sur Laure, la servante noire d'« Olympia ».
The Paris Center is pleased to announce its spring 2019 events calendar.
The Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life (IRCPL) at Columbia University in collaboration with the Columbia Global Center | Paris and co-sponsored by our partners in Europe, is organizing a conference entitled “Populist Power, Faith, and Precarity in Europe.” The conference will consider various forms of popular power in Europe by examining how populism is defined in various contexts, the role of historical movements in the present-day construction of populist narratives and rhetoric(s), how the use of religious identity shapes these movements, as well as the relationship between
FOR STUDENTS: “Health Beyond Borders”
The CHCI Health and Medical Humanities Network is a partnership of over 30 universities worldwide working in the medical and health humanities. In 2019, the annual Summer Institute of the CHCI HMHN will be hosted by Columbia Global Centers | Paris, with the theme, “Health Beyond Borders.”
Joined by France’s Minister of Higher Education and world renowned artists, the Columbia community gathered at Reid Hall in Paris today to celebrate the opening of the Institute for Ideas and Imagination.