Co-director of CSSD working group Toward an Intellectual History of Black Women takes the stage at the “Two Wings: The Music of Black America in Migration” concert at the Kennedy Center
Professor Farrah Jasmine Griffin chats with Fredrick Harris, Dean of Social Sciences at Columbia University, on his podcast.
CSSD working group RGFGV hosts twenty-five scholars, journalists, lawyers and activists for a two day intensive workshop of collaborative research sharing and brainstorming at Columbia University in New York City
Lauren Houghton took part in an all female panel on menstruation entitled, “Access to Menstrual Health as a Public Service: The Lived Experiences of Women and Girls.”
Co-Director of CSSD working group Geographies of Injustice, gave a talk entitled “Social Abstraction, Historical Comparison: Thinking Caste, Race, and Gender in the Time Capital.”
Frances Negron-Muntaner gave a lecture entitled “The ‘Valor y Cambio’ Project: Practicing Art, Narrative and Just Economies in Puerto Rico,” at the Pratt Institute’s Digital Spatialities Workshop.
Former CSSD Director Rachel Adams selected for the 2019 Guggenheim Fellowships
CSSD working group Menstrual Health fellow addresses the flaws in current menstrual health programs in a recent article.
Chris Bobel spoke with NPR about her recent book The Managed Body: Developing Girls & Menstrual Health in the Global South.
Professor Lila Abu-Lughod delivers lecture for distinguished series on human rights at the University of Alberta
Professor Marianne Hirsch will be the keynote speaker at the 22nd annual Academic Festival hosted by Norwalk Community College.
Co-director of CSSD working group delivers three presentations at the 2019 Gender and Cultures of Equality (GRACE) Conference in Holland.
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