Literary Lions

Columbia Ink Fall 2016 Book Covers
This Thanksgiving weekend, take a break with a good book. Here's a list of Fall releases by Columbia University faculty and staff.
Richard Bulliet Columbia University History of the Wheel

Professor Richard W. Bulliet’s latest book is the third in a trilogy. Photo by Barbara Alper

Yes, it is possible to reinvent the wheel. Just ask Columbia historian Richard W. Bulliet, whose latest book is on the ubiquitous and circular object long considered one of the world’s greatest inventions.

During this chilly weather, reading a book is the perfect cozy activity. Try delving into topics such as marriage equality, public health for immigrants, and the rise of NGO power in West Africa. Here are the latest books authored by Columbia faculty members.
Columbia University Fall 2015 Books
Winter break is near. It's the perfect time to read a good book and learn something new or catch up on current events. Try delving into topics such as the architectural inequality, historical writers, and how to distinguish between a friend and a foe in the world of business. Here are the latest books authored by Columbia faculty members.
Columbia Ink Summer 2015 Books
The summer is not yet over. There is still plenty of time to get more reading done and learn more about the world. Try delving into topics such as data journalism, World War history and one boy's journey from the Dominican Republic to the U.S. Here are the latest books authored by Columbia faculty members.
Literary Lions at Columbia University

They write books, poems, scripts, essays, librettos and screenplays. Their works have been published around the world and produced in venues from Broadway to Hollywood, and everywhere in between.

Lynn Nottage Columbia University Literary Lions
Associate Professor Lynn Nottage is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. Her plays include By the Way, Meet Vera Stark (Lily Award, Drama Desk Nomination); Ruined (Pulitzer Prize, OBIE Award, Lucille Lortel Award, New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award, Audelco, Drama Desk Award and Outer Critics...
Phillip Lopate, Columbia University

Professor and director of the nonfiction concentration at the School of the Arts, Phillip Lopate has published essay collections, novellas, poetry, film and architectural criticism, along with other types of writing.

Sam Lipsyte Columbia University Literary Lions
Associate Professor Sam Lipsyte’s most recent book is The Fun Parts (2013). He is also the author of The Ask, which was named a New York Times notable book for 2010; Home Land, a 2005 New York Times notable book and winner of The Believer Book...
Arts at Columbia
Film Professor Jamal Joseph has written and directed for Black Starz, HBO, Fox TV, New Line Cinema, Warner Bros. and A&E. His produced screenplays include Ali: An American Hero, New York Undercover, Knights of the South Bronx ...

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