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“Salon Baron: The Past and Future of Jewish Studies in America,” the new book edited by Professor Rebecca Kobrin, examines the multifaceted, pioneering Jewish scholar and his unparalleled influence on what it meant to study the Jewish past. https://news.columbia.edu/news/look-how-salo-baron-transformed-jewish-studies-america

Columbia News published an Q&A about Salon Baron: The Past and Future of Jewish Studies in America, the new book edited by Professor Rebecca Kobrin, examines the multifaceted, pioneering Jewish scholar and his unparalleled influence on what it meant to study the Jewish past.

On 20th April 2022, The Columbia International History Workshop hosted Professor Clara Mattei (The New School) to launch her upcoming book The Capital Order: How Economists Invented Austerity and Paved the Way to Fascism. Professor Victoria de Grazia and Professor Kim Phillips-Fein served as discussants.

On April 20th, 2022, The Columbia International History Workshop hosted Professor Clara Mattei (The New School) to launch her upcoming book The Capital Order: How Economists Invented Austerity and Paved the Way to Fascism. Professor Victoria de Grazia and Professor Kim Phillips-Fein served as discussants.

Mother Country Radicals, a ten-part narrative podcast reexamining interconnected histories of white and Black 60s militants, dropped its first three episodes this week. Thai Jones helped to write the series, served as historian for the project, and also mined a vast range of archival sources to track down the historical audio that was used in the podcast. You can see a short video trailer here. 

Mother Country Radicals, a ten-part narrative podcast reexamining interconnected histories of white and Black 60s militants, dropped its first three episodes this week. Thai Jones helped to write the series, served as historian for the project, and also mined a vast range of archival sources to track down the historical audio that was used in the podcast. You can see a short video trailer here. 
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