On our new podcast, Tooze and FP deputy editor Cameron Abadi will look at two data points each week that explain the world: one drawn from the week’s headlines and the other from just about anywhere else Tooze takes us.

Adam Tooze released a new podcast with FP deputy editor Cameron Abadi in which they will look at two data points each week that explain the world: one drawn from the week’s headlines and the other from just about anywhere else Tooze takes them: Ones and Tooze, Foreign Policy.

september 2021

23sep12:00 pm- 2:00 pmJapan, Parasitology, and Framing Developmental Ambitions (Paul Kreitman)

23sep1:00 pm- 2:30 pm2021 Cundill History Prize Shortlist Event - Eric Foner

24sep8:00 am- 9:30 amManan Ahmed, The Loss of Hindustan: Ambedkar University Delhi History Book Discussion Series

24sep12:00 pm- 1:30 pmTechnologies of Power: GEOPOLITICS | What is US Empire?

27sep6:00 pm- 7:34 pmCMS: Regional Studies, Transnationalism, and the Politics of Geographic Imaginaries (Nara Milanich)

october 2021

1oct11:00 am- 1:00 pmThe Politics of Memory with Professor Carol Gluck

4oct6:15 pm- 8:00 pmFeaturedCelebrating Recent Work by Camille Robcis: Disalienation

8oct12:00 pm- 1:30 pmTechnologies of Power: PLACE | Land & Geographies of Power

18oct4:00 pm- 5:30 pmVictoria Phillips on "From Martha Graham to Eleanor Lansing Dulles: Women, Power, and Intrigue in Cold-War Berlin"

22oct12:00 pm- 1:30 pmTechnologies of Power: ENCLOSURE | States of Surveillance

29oct12:00 pm- 1:00 pmNew Directions in African Diaspora Studies: Tiffany N. Florvil (The University of New Mexico)

Martha Howell (co-editor with Peter Arnade and Anton van der Lem). Rereading Huizinga: Autumn of the Middle Ages, a Century Later. 2019: Amsterdam University Press.

Pamela Smith (ed.). Entangled Itineraries: Materials, Practices, and Knowledges across Eurasia. 2019: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Stephanie McCurry. Women’s War: Fighting and Surviving the American Civil War. 2019: Harvard University Press.

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.

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