Natasha Lightfoot has been invited to give the 160th annual lecture of the Moravian Historical Society. She will present “The Complexities of Moravian Archives of the 19th Century West Indies: Gender and the Limits of Freedom in Post-Slavery Antigua.”
Simon Schama was featured in The Guardian‘s piece “Simon Schama: finding the light in the darkness of the Jewish story.”
Eric Foner’s piece, “The Making and the Breaking of the Legend of Robert E. Lee,” was featured in The New York Times.
Kenneth Jackson was featured in WNYC’s “Robert Moses and the Transformation of New York.”
“Resisting Trumpism,” a piece by Pablo Piccato and Federico Finchelstein, was featured in Open Democracy.
Stephanie McCurry was quoted in The New York Times‘ “Facebook’s Ad-Targeting Problem, Captured in a Literal Shade of Gray.”
Neslihan Senocak has been invited to deliver the sermon on Francis of Assisi in the St. Ann and Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn on Oct 1 for the celebration of the Feast of St. Francis.
Lien-Hang Nguyen was a featured commentator on Public Radio International‘s program “The Shock of Tet.”
Lien-Hang Nguyen‘s piece, “Vietnam’s communists leaders weren’t the men you think,” was featured in Time.
Susan Pedersen and Charly Coleman were awarded a President’s Global Innovation Fund Faculty Grants Awards for “Enhancing the Research Component of the Columbia/Barnard/GS History Major.”