Professor Marianne Hirsch discusses “Women Carrying Memories: Stateless Figures” in Istanbul.
Co-director of CSSD working group Toward an Intellectual History of Black Women is one of four Columbia faculty credited for the creation Columbia’s first African American and African Diaspora Studies department.
Book featuring contributions from several members of CSSD working groups published by Open Book Publishers
The co-director of the CSSD working group Unpayable Debt has launched a project to acknowledge unrecognized and unpaid services in Puerto Rico communities.
Professor Claudio Lomnitz chats with Fredrick Harris, Dean of Social Sciences at Columbia University, on his podcast.
Samira Shackle writes article discussing the blackmail of Pakistani women on Facebook.
Maryam Saleh writes about the ways in which Syrian women in Turkey are redefining their independence.
Dr. Shenilla Khoja-Moolji discusses the issue of sexual exploitation in the aid sector.
Menstrual Health and Gender Justice project director Inga Winkler writes about the significance of Period. End of Sentence. Oscar win.
The director of CSSD working group, Queer Theory, publishes piece entitled, “My Struggle: Confessions of a Tall, Aryan White Man – Volume 7.”
Co-Director of the CSSD working group Unpayable Debt interviewed by Worlds Without Borders about life in San Juan and the influence the city has had on her work.
Professor Claudio Lomnitz interviewed by NBC New York for a piece discussing Alfonso Cuarón’s Oscar-Nominated film “Roma.”
The forthcoming Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: Intimate Histories of Social Upheaval by former co-director of CSSD working group Engendering the Archive is set to be published February 19, 2019.
Co-director of CSSD working group Unpayable Debt: Capital, Violence, and the New Global Economy pens essay on the history of population expulsion policies in Puerto Rico.
Join us in welcoming Ayah Eldosougi to the full-time staff of CSSD!
Co-director of CSSD working group Toward an Intellectual History of Black Women chairs Columbia’s newly created department.
The Valor y Cambio project is a response to the current economic crisis faced by the Caribbean island.
The two-day Reframing Transgender Violence workshop featured scholars, activists, attorneys, and graduate students working across issues of transgender violence and justice.
Queer Theory: Here, Now, and Everywhere faculty fellow featured in an article on young trans children