In this wide‐ranging interview, Bruce Robbins reflects on themes that have long been at the center of his work, including cosmopolitanism, the political functions of literature and of literary criticism, anti-statism, and more. 

Professor Franco was a pathbreaking scholar in Latin American and feminist studies and a model of engaged intellectual work.

In "Flowers for Farah," Robin D. G. Kelley celebrates Griffin for bringing a praxis of radical love to an unequal academy through her scholarship, mentoring, and activism. 

Hegele and Goyal will host a virtual book launch event at Columbia University early 2023, which will feature the authors of the chapters in conversation. 

The Live From College podcast series probes the value of a liberal arts education

Dean Sarah Cole is enthusiastic about the state of things in the humanities division she oversees within the faculty of arts and sciences.

The event will take place on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, at 6:15pm EDT

Gayatri Spivak is University Professor in the Humanities and a founding member of the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society at Columbia University.

Brent Hayes Edwards will join the museum for a one-year residency in September 2022.

ISHR is committed to providing excellent human rights education to Columbia students and offering its expertise in capacity building to future leaders.

In Law as Performance, Professor Julie Stone Peters traces how theatrics and spectatorship contributed to a tradition of legal thought and practice.