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At 7pm on Thursday, February 16th Jean-Christophe Cloutier and Brent Hayes Edwards will discuss the

American Studies students Lorenzo Gibson '16 (far left) and Riley Jones '17 (third from left) with former  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as sh

In the spring of 2015 students in Eric Foner's "Columbia and Slavery" course researched ties between the university and slavery.

In his book The Salome Ensemble, Board of Visitors member Al

On December 13, American Studies graduate Benji de la Piedra (CC '14) will be participating in the

On the centennial of John Dewey's classic Democracy and Education (1916), Columbia's Center for American Studies is sponsoring a day-long

Explaining the great economic and demographic shifts that fueled the rise of Trump

Luke Mayville presents the first extended exploration of John Adams’s preoccupation with a problem that has a renewed urgency today: the way in whi

Benji de la Piedra drew on his studies in literature, sociology, and history to create an interdisciplinary thesis grounded in fiction and history.

Anjelica Neslin (CC’16) reflects on the global experiences she has had at Columbia College–from her coursework to studying abroad in Argentina to v

Double Discovery Center, which works to foster college matriculation for low-income and first-generation students, has been renamed the Roger Lehec

American Studies faculty member Adam Kirsch is awarded a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowships for work that demonstrates “prior achievement and excep