Events and Holidays

11/15/2017

Mid-Day Music

MUSIC PERFORMANCE PROGRAM

PRESENTS

MID-DAY MUSIC @ COLUMBIA

All Events are on Wednesdays at 1PM unless otherwise noted


November 15, Annie Nikunen, flute


Mid-Day Music @ Columbia offers live music to a general audience, following the rendition established by Aaron Warner and Isidor Isaac Rabi, great lovers of music whose memory lives on at Faculty House.  Come join us in the Garden Room at Faculty House, where Students and Music Associates from Columbia University’s Music Performance Program will be showcased in an afternoon recital series.

FULL LISTING

Start: 11/15/2017 1:00 pm
End: 11/15/2017 1:00 pm
Venue: Faculty House, Garden Room 2
Address:
64 Morningside Drive

11/08/2017

Mid-Day Music

MUSIC PERFORMANCE PROGRAM

PRESENTS

MID-DAY MUSIC @ COLUMBIA

All Events are on Wednesdays at 1PM unless otherwise noted


November 8, Lucia Ticho, cello


Mid-Day Music @ Columbia offers live music to a general audience, following the rendition established by Aaron Warner and Isidor Isaac Rabi, great lovers of music whose memory lives on at Faculty House.  Come join us in the Garden Room at Faculty House, where Students and Music Associates from Columbia University’s Music Performance Program will be showcased in an afternoon recital series.

FULL LISTING

Start: 11/08/2017 1:00 pm
End: 11/08/2017 1:00 pm
Venue: Faculty House, Garden Room 2
Address:
64 Morningside Drive

11/02/2017 – 11/02/2017

Two Revolutions and Beyond

University Seminar on Slavic History and Culture

 

The Bakhmeteff Archive and the Columbia University Slavic Department will hold an international conference, Two Revolutions and Beyond, on November 2-4, 2017.  The conference is both intended to open a broad discussion on the global influence of the two Russian Revolutions (February and October 1917) and to initiate a series of events commemorating the 100th anniversary of the two revolutions.  Organized by Tanya Chebotarev, Curator of the Bakhmeteff Archive of Russian and East European History and Culture of Columbia University, and Irina Reyfman, Professor of Russian Literature in the Columbia University Department of Slavic Languages and chair of the Bakhmeteff Faculty Committee, and sponsored by the Harriman Institute at Columbia University and The University Seminars, the conference will bring together literary scholars, historians, librarians, archivists, and members of the general public to discuss the written and printed legacy of the epoch that followed those historic events.

The conference will be accompanied by an exhibition at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library.  The exhibition and the conference have similar goals. The exhibition will celebrate the role and importance of Russian émigré collections in the United States, documenting their role in preserving records of the past, making them available for scholarship, and exploring their importance in area studies programs in American universities.  The conference will provide a forum for discussing scholarly achievements in the field of Russian studies and stimulate dialogues across institutional, national, and disciplinary boundaries.

FULL PROGRAM

Start: 11/02/2017
End: 11/02/2017
Venue: Butler Library
Address:
Room 203, Ground Floor

11/01/2017

Mid-Day Music

MUSIC PERFORMANCE PROGRAM

PRESENTS

MID-DAY MUSIC @ COLUMBIA

All Events are on Wednesdays at 1PM unless otherwise noted


November 1, Cindy Liu, piano


Mid-Day Music @ Columbia offers live music to a general audience, following the rendition established by Aaron Warner and Isidor Isaac Rabi, great lovers of music whose memory lives on at Faculty House.  Come join us in the Garden Room at Faculty House, where Students and Music Associates from Columbia University’s Music Performance Program will be showcased in an afternoon recital series.

FULL LISTING

Start: 11/01/2017 1:00 pm
End: 11/01/2017 1:00 pm
Venue: Faculty House, Garden Room 2
Address:
64 Morningside Drive

10/27/2017 – 10/27/2017

CELEBRATING NEW DEAL NEW YORK CITY: PROMOTING A GENDER & RACE INCLUSIVE JOB GUARANTE 2017

The Seminar on Full Employment, Social Welfare, and Equity

 

The Seminar on Full Employment, Social Welfare, and Equity, along with the New School for Social Research, the National Jobs for All Coalition are the principal sponsors of a Public Meeting with a dual purpose. It is an occasion to celebrate the publication this Spring of a Map and Guide to New Deal Public Works and Art, New York City that shows that many of the iconic sites that we associate with the City are the results of the famous New Deal work programs that both put jobless men and women back to work and greatly enhanced the nation’s physical, environmental and cultural resources–indeed “changed the face of the nation.” The second purpose is to advocate a New, New Deal that would “Build Great Things Again” both in New York City and the nation—restore and rebuild our deficient physical, environmental, and human service resources. The program includes a slide presentation by Gray Brechin, founder of the University of CA-Berkeley research project, Living New Deal. that published the Map and Guide and has mapped 13,000 New Deal sites across the Nation; an exploration of a Federal and a New York City Job Guarantee by a panel of distinguished economists who have led current scholarly work on full employment policy; a U.S. Representative who has sponsored or co-sponsored job creation legislation; and the New York City Public Advocate (Invited) whose office is exploring legislation for a New York City Job Guarantee. Honorary chair of the celebration is Professor Franklin D. Roosevelt, III, Emeritus Professor of Economics, Sara Lawrence College and associate of the Seminar on Full Employment.

See event program for more details.

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FULL PROGRAM

Start: 10/27/2017 8:00 am
End: 10/27/2017 8:00 am
Venue: Multuple Venues

10/27/2017 – 10/27/2017

Memory Laws: Criminalizing Historical Narrative 

The University Seminar on History, Redress, and Reconciliation
Since the 1980s, interest in politically and legally shaping public memory regarding the Holocaust and other crimes perpetrated during the Second World War has been evident in a wide variety of arenas, from memorial museums to monuments, from war crimes trials to official commissions. The goal of these mechanisms has been to promote new, often sectarian, narratives of the historical record on an array of disputed topics, and to recall, redress and acknowledge past atrocities. This political engagement with the “duty to remember,” and the question of historical memory and identity politics, now extends well beyond the Holocaust, and has become a contentious subject in many countries. One manifestation of the trend has been the increasing demand for the right to truth, especially in transitional justice, which is purportedly a precondition to conflict resolution and policies of redress. At the same time, however, there is an increased recognition of the propensity for conflicting narratives about the past, particularly instrumentalized narratives about group identity and violent pasts, to escalate hostilities among nations, ethnicities and/or religions. These hostilities, anchored as they are in the collective memory and history of conflict, have become subject to extensive legislation, with the criminalization of statements about history and violent pasts becoming more commonplace. Nestled between freedom of expression and denialism, between hate speech and aggressive nationalism, narrating history is thus the target of increased political manipulation. As such, the legislation of historical narrative carries numerous theoretical and moral predicaments, and thus has important implications. In certain circumstances, memory laws safeguard truth, honor victims, and ensure that the memory of crimes is not erased; and yet on other occasions they buttress authoritarianism and undercut freedom of expression. This workshop will explore narratives that engage the memory of past violence in contemporary policies and the politics surrounding the legislation of historical memory. The workshop will take a comparative perspective and will engage cases of genocide, mass atrocity, colonialism and transitions to democracy. Given the central role that the Holocaust and other mass atrocities have played with regard to human rights concepts today, the memory laws that address these topics similarly raise important questions about the theory and practice of human rights, as well as about the role of history in conflict resolution. Finally, the workshop will pay particular attention to censorship and punitive measures that aim to constrain counter-narratives to established national identities and to freedom of expression.
Start: 10/27/2017
End: 10/27/2017
Venue: IAB, Room 1219
Address:
420 W. 118th Street, New York, United States

10/25/2017

Mid-Day Music

MUSIC PERFORMANCE PROGRAM

PRESENTS

MID-DAY MUSIC @ COLUMBIA

All Events are on Wednesdays at 1PM unless otherwise noted


October 25, Nikki Pet, clarinet


Mid-Day Music @ Columbia offers live music to a general audience, following the rendition established by Aaron Warner and Isidor Isaac Rabi, great lovers of music whose memory lives on at Faculty House.  Come join us in the Garden Room at Faculty House, where Students and Music Associates from Columbia University’s Music Performance Program will be showcased in an afternoon recital series.

FULL LISTING

Start: 10/25/2017 1:00 pm
End: 10/25/2017 1:00 pm
Venue: Faculty House, Garden Room 2
Address:
64 Morningside Drive

10/18/2017

Mid-Day Music

MUSIC PERFORMANCE PROGRAM

PRESENTS

MID-DAY MUSIC @ COLUMBIA

All Events are on Wednesdays at 1PM unless otherwise noted


October 18, Elena Ariza & Mischa Galant, cello/piano duo


Mid-Day Music @ Columbia offers live music to a general audience, following the rendition established by Aaron Warner and Isidor Isaac Rabi, great lovers of music whose memory lives on at Faculty House.  Come join us in the Garden Room at Faculty House, where Students and Music Associates from Columbia University’s Music Performance Program will be showcased in an afternoon recital series.

FULL LISTING

Start: 10/18/2017 1:00 pm
End: 10/18/2017 1:00 pm
Venue: Faculty House, Garden Room 2
Address:
64 Morningside Drive

10/11/2017

Mid-Day Music

MUSIC PERFORMANCE PROGRAM

PRESENTS

MID-DAY MUSIC @ COLUMBIA

All Events are on Wednesdays at 1PM unless otherwise noted


October 11, Kira Daglio-Fine, jazz saxophone


Mid-Day Music @ Columbia offers live music to a general audience, following the rendition established by Aaron Warner and Isidor Isaac Rabi, great lovers of music whose memory lives on at Faculty House.  Come join us in the Garden Room at Faculty House, where Students and Music Associates from Columbia University’s Music Performance Program will be showcased in an afternoon recital series.

FULL LISTING

Start: 10/11/2017 1:00 pm
End: 10/11/2017 1:00 pm
Venue: Faculty House, Garden Room 2
Address:
64 Morningside Drive

04/26/2017

Mid-Day Music

Music Performance Program
Magdelena Stern-Baczewska, Director

April 26, Alec Hon and Dean Deng, cello-piano duo


ALL SPRING 2017 PERFORMANCES

Jan 18, Audrey Vardanega, piano

Jan 25, Yong Murray, piano

Feb 1, Kaitlin Pet, oboe

Feb 8, Soliman Elcheikh, piano

Feb 15, Alec Hon and Harvey Wu, cello-piano duo

Feb 22, John Melendez, jazz piano

March 1, Serina Chang, Jason Shu, and Elena Ariza, piano trio

March 8, Thomas Nielsen, piano

March 22, Kira Daglio-Fine, jazz saxophone

March 29, Leana Paymar, vocal jazz

April 5, Emily Shyr and Kevin Choi, oboe-guitar duo

April 12, Joseph Morag, violin

April 19. Lydia Van Der Swaagh and Cindy Liu, viola-piano duo

April 26, Alec Hon and Dean Deng, cello-piano duo


All Events are Free and Open to the Public

Start: 04/26/2017 12:00 pm
End: 04/26/2017 12:00 pm
Venue: Garden Room 2
Address:
Faculty House