Journalist Igor Stokfiszewski reflects on the cultural crisis underpinning the growth of rightwing populist movements in Europe. This article based on his intervention at the conference "L'Europe face au populisme" which took place at the Paris Center on Oct. 2-3, 2017.
Columbia alumnus and architect Robert Grace announces the launch of the École Libre d'architecture (ELa) at the Paris Center from May 1-24, 2018.
L’universitaire Safwan Masri soutient, dans un entretien au « Monde », que la transition démocratique tunisienne s’explique par des facteurs endogènes difficilement reproductibles.
On November 7th, the worlds of music and documentary archives intersected in an exceptional concert highlighting the works and life of Russian composer Serge Prokofiev.
A young and diverse public gathered at the Paris Center on October 17 to discuss Safwan M. Masri’s recent book, Tunisia: An Arab Anomaly.
An icon of postmodern dance, choreographer Lucinda Childs spoke to a packed crowd at Reid Hall on Oct. 28. Her third appearance here as a guest of The Arts Arena, Childs reflected on her early career, her artistic partnerships with composers like Philipp Glass and John Adams, and discussed the revival of her work, Available Light, which will be performed in Paris this week as part of the Festival d’Automne.
The 29 students in this year’s GSAPP New York-Paris Program have undergone an impressive transformation, the results of which were apparent to all present at Columbia Global Centers | Paris in May during their Intensif Workshop.
Columbia Global Centers | Paris hosted the third annual PHocus Conference organized by students in the Master of Public Health of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Santé Publique in partnership with the Mailman School of Public Health of Columbia University. Each year a student committee, known as “Team PHocus,” invites international experts in public health to participate in a professional daylong conference on a designated theme. PHocus 2014 has chosen "Politics and Health.”
This year, Reid Hall is celebrating a very special milestone: 50 years with Columbia University, after Helen Rogers Reid bequeathed to Columbia the property that had meant so much to her family and to the international community in Paris.
A capacity crowd gathered last Tuesday to celebrate German and English Romanticism with two iconic British actresses who have become a recognizable part of French popular culture – Charlotte Rampling and Jane Birkin.