Following our fruitful collaboration with the Nietzsche 13/13 seminars led by Professors Bernard Harcourt and Jesús Velasco on the Columbia campus, the Paris Center will once more host a reading group in parallel to this year’s Uprising 13/13 seminar series focusing on dissent and revolution.
In a time when questions of national identity and citizenship have taken on extreme importance, Atossa Abrahamian's discussion of her book, The Cosmopolites: The Coming of the Global Citizen was inevitably going to lead a lively evening at the Paris Center.
Starting in spring 2016, the Paris Center, in collaboration with the Department of Music, will host a new concert series focusing on the faculty, students, and alumni of Columbia University, which has long been one of the world’s most influential centers of music composition.
Every Friday this fall, the Paris Center will host a series of lectures on condensed matter physics led by international leaders in the field.
Columbia student Deja Robinson was recently selected to participate in the iGem competition, as part of a team at the Pasteur Institute.
With the approach of the American elections and the debate on police accountability fueling the Black Lives Matter movement, Columbia Global Centers | Paris and the MA in History and Literature decided to dedicate the first week in October to a series of events organized around the topic of “Race and Racism: Global Perspectives.”
By day, it was a conference room. By night, it became a cabaret hall. On November 18, the talents of the students at Reid Hall were on full display
Can re-reading Friedrich Nietzsche shed light on our troubled times? A new reading group organized by the Paris Center and the Columbia MA in History and Literature thinks so.