The Heyman Center collaborates closely with a number of institutions, within the university and beyond. Below is a listing of some of our partners.
The Center for Justice at Columbia University
The Center for Justice at Columbia University is committed to reducing the nation’s reliance on incarceration through education, research and policy.
Committee on Globlal Thought
A space in which to address issues and spark activities across disciplinary and school boundaries and into the wider world of society, politics, and culture.
Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes
Established in 1988, the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes serves as a site for the discussion of issues germane to the fostering of cross-disciplinary activity and as nnetwork for the circulation of information and the sharing of resources within the humanities and interpretive social sciences
Columbia University's Portal to the Arts On Campus and Beyond.
Institute for Comparative Literature & Society
An institute for the promotion of a global perspective in the study of literature, culture, and its social context.
Institute for Religion, Culture & Public Life
Brings together scholars and students in religion, cultural anthropology, history, political science, economics, social psychology and other allied fields to sustain multi-disciplinary analysis, reflection and response to historical and contemporary issues that are of great significance.
The Miller Theatre is Columbia University's principal performing arts venue and offers a full roster of events, from classical music concerts and jazz performances to literary readings and drama.
A Center for the Multidisciplinary Study of Imagination. Co-sponsor of April 2007 Heyman Center conference, "The Origins of Norms: The Place of Value in a World of Nature"
The House That Holds a Country
Public Books is a online magazine where academics join with other public scholars, critics, and activists to make the life of the mind a public good.
Society of Fellows in the Humanities
One of the oldest and most established postdoctoral fellowship programs in the United States, housed in the Heyman Center.
Society of Senior Scholars
The Society of Senior Scholars brings together scholar-teachers, who, after retirement, continue teaching part time at Columbia University in its general education programs.
Books with a Critical Edge