Columbia University Books


A Range of Authors to Learn From

Whether you want to mark the 50th anniversary of the Pentagon Papers in Lee C. Bollinger's "National Security, Leaks and Freedom of the Press: The Pentagon Papers Fifty Years On", learn about the the natural world in Ruth DeFries' "What Would Nature Do?", explore "Race and Modern Architecture" in Mabel O. Wilson's latest, 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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