The Paris Center pursued several joint initiatives this spring on the theme of gender and agency.
Paris Center has organized a series of encounters featuring prestigious speakers from the world of architecture, design and urban development
As summer comes to an end and a new crop of students arrive at the Paris Center for the fall semester, we are pleased to present
In celebration of the launch of the exhibition “The Color Line” at the Musée Quai Branly, the Center will dedicate the first week of
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.”
On the night of November 8, Americans in Paris were glued to their screens as they followed the voting in the U.S. The Paris Center offered an election day livestream of CNN and broadcast of France 24, to allow people to watch the big day from both French and American perspectives.
Former French President, Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, made a surprise visit to the Paris Center on November 30th.
Columbia Global Centers | Paris is partnering once again with the Columbia Maison Française to present a special film series
Following last summer’s series on French and American film noir, the Paris Center presents highlights from cinema’s earliest years.