News and Announcements
10/02 - Mae Ngai's piece, "This is How Immigration Reform Happened 50 Years Ago. It Can Happen Again," was featured in The Nation.
09/30 - Adam Tooze's The Deluge: The Great War, America and the Remaking of the Global Order, 1916-1931, is a Kirkus Prize Finalist.
09/30 - Marina Rustow, PhD 2004, won a 2015 MacArthur Fellowship.
09/29 - Jared Harrison Odessky, CC '15, was awarded the 2015 Barbara Wertheimer Prize in Labor History by the New York Labor History Association for his 2015 undergraduate thesis: "Saving Our Children: Queer Teacher Organizing, the Religious Right, and Battles Over Child Protection in South Florida's Schools, 1977-1997."
09/29 - Columbia Soundbites: Adam Tooze and Frans Timmermans on EU crises, refugees and migrants: "Europe's Moment of Truth with Adam Tooze and Frans Timmermans."
09/28 - Frank Guridy's piece, "Coliseum Politics," was featured on Verso, The Blog of the Huntington LIbrary, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens.