Anne Gefell (1955-2017)

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Anne Gefell, the Departmental Director of Academic Administration and Finance.

Impressionisms and Expressionisms

Mon, Sep 25 - 8:00pm

Reid Hall, Columbia Global Centers | Paris

4, rue de Chevreuse, 75006 Paris

En tout cas, si "impressionnisme" signifie avant tout le contraire "d'expressionnisme", je pourrais être d'accord. (In any event, if “Impressionism” really means the opposite of “Expressionism,” I could agree.)

-Tristan Murail, program notes for Treize Couleurs du soleil couchant 

Publishing Workshop

Wed, Oct 4 - 12:15pm

The Heyman Center for the Humanities and the Society of Fellows in the Humanities invite graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, faculty, and PhDs in the humanities to a workshop on academic publishing led by Professor Ellie Hisama. Topics to be covered include deciding where and when to submit your work, preparing an article and book proposal for submission, responding to readers' reports, working with editors and publishers, securing permissions, and negotiating a book contract.

Sean Hallowell Receives Stanford Thinking Matters Fellowship

Sean Hallowell (PhD, 2013) is a 2018-2020 recipient of the Thinking Matters Fellowship at Stanford University. The Fellowship offers an opportunity for recent recipients of doctoral degrees to teach in an innovative liberal education program with a cohort of like-minded colleagues from a wide variety of different disciplines.

New Releases by George Lewis

Several new recordings of Professor George Lewis' compositions have been released: The Will To Adorn, with International Contemporary Ensemble; Creative Construction, with Splitter Orchester; Not Alone, with Seth Parker Woods on cello; and Spinner, with Mariel Roberts on cello.