Senator Sheldon Whitehouse: How History is Used in Senate Politics Concerning Climate Change Denialism
U.S. Senator Senator Sheldon Whitehouse spoke to the Community University community on Monday, February 6, 2023 regarding Climate Change, U.S policy and his new book : “The Scheme: How the Right Wing Used Dark Money to Capture the Supreme Court, and the Damage the Court is Doing to the Fight Against Climate Change.” View a recorded video of this event by clicking here.
Columbia University and Slavery: A Research and Justice Initiative
The Columbia University and Slavery project is a research and justice initiative examining Columbia’s connections to the history and legacies of enslavement. The ongoing work aims to provide a fuller and more nuanced picture of Columbia’s past, while also helping to inform conversations about the university’s role in the present.
Confluence: A History of North American Rivers
Rivers have always been the lifeblood of the continent, yet their human histories have remained largely hidden from public view. Our goal is to create a publicly accessible digital platform for mapping and narrating lived history along North American rivers.
Columbia Research Initiative on the Global History of Sexualities
The Columbia Research Initiative on the Global History of Sexualities fosters collaborative transnational research on the global history of sexualities and supports such research at Columbia.
History in Action
History in Action is one of four pilot programs comprising the Career Diversity for Historians Initiative, funded by the American Historical Association and the Mellon Foundation.
Mapping Historical New York City
Mapping Historical New York City is a collaboration to map immigration and neighborhood change in New York City during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
The Columbia University Historical Justice Initiative
The Columbia University Historical Justice Initiative offers a self-guided, interactive walking tour of CU’s Morningside campus through an iOS app and eventually an Android one as well.
FACULTY HOSTED PODCASTS:
Global Thought Podcast (co-hosted by Carol Gluck)
People Doing Interesting Stuff (hosted by Samuel Roberts)
STUDENT HOSTED PODCASTS:
New Books in Middle Eastern Studies (co-hosted by Joshua Donovan)
The Sounds of Caliban (hosted by Mariana Katz)
New Books in Latin American Studies (co-hosted by Rachel Newman)
FACULTY FEATURED PODCASTS:
Manan Ahmed discussed his path to historian academia in The Dean’s Table podcast.
Frank Guridy discussed how he came to study history and his research on
popular sports in The Dean’s Table podcast.