Faculty

Lydia Goehr

Professor of Philosophy
Columbia University

Lydia Goehr is Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University. In 2009/2010 she received a Lenfest Distinguished Columbia Faculty Award, in 2007/8 The Graduate Student Advisory Council (GSAC)'s Faculty Mentoring Award (FMA), and in 2005, a Columbia University Presidential Award for Outstanding Teaching. She is a recipient of Mellon, Getty, and Guggenheim Fellowships.

Stathis Gourgouris

Professor of Comparative Literature
Columbia University

Stathis Gourgouris is a professor of Comparative Literature with affiliations with the Department of English, Department of Classics, and the Institute of Comparative Literature and Society.

Karen Green

Librarian for Ancient & Medieval History
Columbia University

Karen Green has been Columbia's Librarian for Ancient & Medieval History since 2002.  A lifelong comics fan, she initiated Butler Library's graphic novels collection in 2005, and began acquiring comics creator archives in 2011.

Bruce Greenwald

Robert Heilbrunn Professor of Finance and Asset Management
Columbia University

Professor Bruce C. N. Greenwald holds the Robert Heilbrunn Professorship of Finance and Asset Management at Columbia Business School and is the academic Director of the Heilbrunn Center for Graham & Dodd Investing. Described by The New York Times as "a guru to Wall Street's gurus," Greenwald is an authority on value investing with additional expertise in productivity and the economics of information.

Hilary A. Hallett

Assistant Professor of History
Columbia University

Hilary A. Hallett specializes in nineteenth and twentieth century cultural history, both in the U.S. and in transatlantic perspective. Her research interests focus on the history of popular culture, comparative feminisms, and gender and sexuality.

Carl Hart

Associate Professor of Psychology
Columbia University

Carl Hart investigates the behavioral and neuropharmacological effects of psychoactive drugs in human research participants. A major focus of his laboratory-based research is to understand factors that mediate drug self-administration behavior and to develop effective treatments.

Brent Edwards

Professor of English and Comparative Literature
Columbia University

Professor Edwards specializes in African-American and African diasporic literature, 20th-century poetry, Francophone literature, translation theory and jazz.

David Johnston

Professor of Political Science
Columbia University

David Johnston's research interests include theories of justice, the liberal tradition of political theory, and the history of political thought.