On Exhibit: Curious Blindness

Curious Blindness Columbia University Exhibit

Now through June 13, 2015, Columbia's Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery is featuring an art show called A Curious Blindness. The exhibit includes works of 18 artists who focus on the complex climate of race and identity politics.


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Columbia's New Tang Center Dedicated to Study of Early Chinese Civilizations

Oscar Tang and Agnes Hsu-Tang

Columbia University announced the creation of the Tang Center for Early China made possible through an endowment gifted by Philanthropists Oscar Tang and Agnes-Hsu Tang.


Rare Book & Manuscript Library Houses a History of Publishing

Harper Lee Go Set a Watchman Publishing Notes

The Columbia Rare Book & Manuscript Library's archives provide insight into authorial intent and a publisher's role in the editing process. One record reveals author Harper Lee's inspiration for her classic novel, To Kill a Mockingbird.

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In Memoriam: Harvey J. Goldschmid

Columbia Law School Professor Harvey J. Goldschmid ’65, a renowned corporate governance expert who served as a commissioner and the top attorney at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and played a key role in implementing one of the most sweeping federal securities laws in U.S. history, died on Feb. 12. He was 74.

Goldschmid, the Dwight Professor of Law, was an alumnus of Columbia Law School and Columbia College. He joined the Columbia Law School faculty in 1970 and became the Dwight Professor of Law in 1984.

Read more about Professor Goldschmid.

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