New Books in the Arts & Sciences

Panel discussions celebrating recent work by the Columbia Faculty.

Celebrating Recent Work by Ana Paulina Lee

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

New Books in the Arts & Sciences: Celebrating Recent Work by Ana Paulina Lee

Celebrating Recent Work by Tey Meadow

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

New Books in the Arts & Sciences: Celebrating Recent Work by Tey Meadow

Celebrating Recent Work by Adam Tooze

Monday, September 24, 2018

New Books in the Arts & Sciences: Celebrating Recent Work by Adam Tooze

What does it mean to be a Muslim philosopher, or to philosophize in Islam? In Open to Reason, Souleymane Bachir Diagne traces Muslims’ intellectual and spiritual history of examining and questioning beliefs and arguments to show how Islamic philosophy has always engaged critically with texts and ideas both inside and outside its tradition. Through a rich reading of classical and modern Muslim philosophers, Diagne explains the long history of philosophy in the Islamic world and its relevance to crucial issues of our own time.

Celebrating Recent Work by Joseph Howley

Monday, September 17, 2018

New Books in the Arts & Sciences: Celebrating Recent Work by Joseph Howley

New Books in the Arts & Sciences:: Celebrating Recent Work by Caitlin Gillespie

New Books in the Arts & Sciences: Celebrating Recent Work by Mark Taylor ​

Traversing centuries and continents from early 19th-century Europe and Asia to Africa from the turn of the 21st century to today, Andreas Wimmer delves into the forces that encourage political alliances to stretch across ethnic divides and build national unity. Offering a long-term historical perspective and global outlook, Nation Building sheds important new light on the challenges of political integration in diverse countries. 

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