On October 10 and 11, 2018, a workshop for the Urban Displacement Alliance was held at the Columbia Global Centers | Amman, bringing together strategic partners to discuss the vision of the Alliance and the best approach towards achieving its goals.
Dans « Crashed », une étude magistrale consacrée à la crise financière, l’historien Adam Tooze décrypte le talon d’Achille de l’Europe : l’incapacité de définir des réponses communes face à des problèmes communs.
Columbia Global Centers | Istanbul had the rare and unique opportunity to host Rita Charon, MD; Ph.D.; Professor and Chair, Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics, Professor of Medicine, and Executive Director of Narrative Medicine, at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Ayşe Gül Altınay, Director of the Sabancı University Gender and Women’s Studies Center of Excellence, gave an inspiring talk on “Bridging Academia and Activism through Gender Studies" at Columbia University in New York.
India isn’t just the world’s fastest-growing major economy; it’s also one of the world’s largest construction sites, currently on its way to tripling its supply of commercial and institutional stock since 2010. What’s driving much of that development is the need for new office spaces, as the country strains to make room for a vast young workforce expected to hit 700 million by 2030.
The Fellows of the Columbia Institute for Ideas and Imagination present their work in the series Wednesdays at the Institute / Les mercredis de l’Institut.
Through the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Program in Higher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities, Columbia Global Centers | Amman has established a fellowship program starting on January 1, 2019 that offers 12-month fellowships for emerging displaced scholars interested in the humanities to continue and further develop their scholarly pursuits.
This fall the Paris Center offers a rich program of cultural events open to students and the public. Organized around the theme “borderline,” the events will challenge our understanding of the boundaries, often subjective, that structure our relationships to each other and the world.
Bolewa Sabourin est danseur-chorégraphe et “artiviste”. Cofondateur de l’association LOBA, il intervient en France et au Congo pour faire de la danse un outil de lutte citoyenne et de reconstruction psychologique auprès des personnes les plus fragiles. Il présente cet automne à CGCl Paris deux événements organisés dans le cadre de notre saison culturelle, “Borderline”.