Columbia University Books


A Range of Authors to Learn From

Whether you want to explore debates about speech on the internet in President Bollinger's Social Media, Freedom of Speech, and the Future of our Democracy, learn about Vaslav Nijinsky's little-known sister in La Nijinska: Choreographer of the Modern by Lynn Garafola, find out how the humanities shaped the scholar Roosevelt Montás in his book, Rescuing Socrates, read about the life of neuroscientist Eric R. Kandel in his memoir, There Is Life After the Nobel Prize, or dig deeper with our series of "Off the Shelf" interviews with Columbia's authors, there's something for you here. Below, search through our ever-updating archive of books by Columbia authors by last name, genre, and keywords to find the next book on your reading list.

Columbia Books & Authors

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