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Hear a presentation about the complex connections between Columbia residence halls and histories of racism and share your owns thoughts about proposals to acknowledge these histories in the built environment of campus.
"An Heir, a $25 Million Giveaway, and 30,000 Unanswered Letters": Letters to heir Michael James Brody Jr., now held by the Rare Book & Manuscript Library, are "a time capsule of the setting of the Age of Aquarius."
Season two of "Overdue Conversations," a podcast from curators in the Rare Book & Manuscript Library, premieres with an ongoing discussion of how archives inform dialogues about history, literature, and politics.
News from the Rare Book & Manuscript Library includes of the results of an audio and moving images initiative, a three-year project that concluded at the end of March and featured a number of newly-digitized oral history collections.
Director of the Rare Book & Manuscript Library Courtney Chartier shares with Columbia Magazine six of her favorite pieces from the collections that she stewards, including the papers of iconic dancer Arthur Mitchell.
An exhibition from the Libraries and partners across Columbia, on display in Lehman Library, marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Russian Institute (now the Harriman Institute).
The first students to reside on the Columbia campus in Morningside Heights were members of the 1895 varsity crew team, who were granted permission to use the former Bloomingdale Asylum grounds as training quarters.
The Lehman Center for American History hosted author Dr. Elizabeth Hinton for a conversation on police violence and Black rebellion since the 1960s with Professor Jelani Cobb of the Columbia School of Journalism.
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