Ned Blackhawk, Winner of the 2023 National Book Award for Nonfiction, Speaks at Columbia
Ned Blackhawk, winner of the 2023 National Book Award for Nonfiction for his work, "The Rediscovery of America: Native Peoples and the Unmaking of U.S. History," speaks at the University's Lehman Center for American History.
Manuel Ramos Otero Residence | NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project
With images from the archives of the Rare Book & Manuscript Library, the NYC LGBT Historic Sites project highlights Manuel Ramos Otero, "widely regarded as one of the most important openly gay Puerto Rican writers of the 20th century."
A Century Later, Columbia Excavates ‘Salvage Anthropology’
The Eye investigates "efforts for language revitalization and cultural preservation" at the University, including a project in the Libraries to digitize and make accessible a collection of manuscripts about the Kwakwa̱ka̱ʼwakw culture.
Josefina Báez: Dominican-York Icon Whose Archive is Now Housed at Columbia University
The archive of Josefina Báez, an innovative Afro-Latina artist known first for her groundbreaking work, "Dominicanish," was recently acquired by the Latino Arts & Activisms Collection in the Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
Columbia University and Slavery Project Launches Historical Campus Markers
An outcome of the Columbia University and Slavery seminar, co-taught by the Libraries' Curator for American History Thai Jones, the Historical Markers project is an "educational, public-oriented display" based on student research from the course.