The President’s Global Innovation Fund awards grants for faculty members to leverage and engage Columbia’s global centers' network. The program is designed as a venture fund to enable the development of projects and research collaborations within and across these sites, in order to increase global opportunities for research, teaching, and service.
VIDEO - Panel 1 of Coming to Terms with Gendered Memories of Genocide, War, and Political Repression: Creating Alternative Archives
Q and A with Professor Carol Gluck
Historian Carol Gluck is the George Sansom Professor of History and Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures.
Diana Taylor, NYU professor of Performance Studies and Spanish, gave a lecture titled "The Politics of Passion" at Columbia Global Centers | Turkey on May 23.
The Mediterranean Sustainable Development Solutions Network (MED Solutions) was launched July 3 in Siena, Italy. MED Solutions, hosted by the University of Siena, will coordinate the activities of a vast network of universities, research centers, and businesses interested in identifying and implementing solutions initiatives addressing sustainability challenges in the Mediterranean region.
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey welcomes Columbia Business School students who will be in Istanbul from March 16 to March 22 as part of a Global Immersion course focusing on Turkey’s start-up culture.
Applications Due April 13 for Summer Training Program on Historical Dialogue and Dealing with the Past
The Regional Network for Historical Dialogue and Dealing with the Past is now accepting applications through April 13 to its seven-day training program in Istanbul.
A one-day workshop on press freedom and geopolitical developments in the Middle East and Turkey brought together a distinguished group of more than 20 regional and international scholars, journalists, and researchers.
Columbia Students to Study and Experience Istanbul’s History, Monuments and Urban Life through the Columbia-Bogaziçi Summer School in Byzantine and Ottoman Studies
Columbia University and Bogaziçi University are offering a joint summer program for a select group of advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students which provides a unique opportunity to learn about the history, urban development, and historic monuments of the city of Byzantion–Constantinople–Istanbul through coursework and site visits that allow them to explore and understand Istanbul’s modern topography as an exciting palimpsest of empires, cultures, and religions first hand.
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey and Studio-X Istanbul hosted special panel discussion, the first of a series of public events designed to elaborate on the issues and themes of "The Good Cause: Architectures of Peace" and the "Vocabulary of Hospitality" exhibition.