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Author Rachel Cusk Visits Creative Writing Lecture Series
February 11, 2021

Author Rachel Cusk is the latest distinguished writer to join the Creative Writing Lecture Series.

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Painting the NHS: A Conversation with Professor Aliza Nisenbaum on Her Latest Exhibition
February 11, 2021

Professor Tom Kalin recently sat down with Assistant Professor Aliza Nisenbaum to discuss her latest solo exhibition, Aliza Nisenbaum, on display through June 27, 2021 at Tate Liverpool.

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Professor Tom Kalin and Alumna Lisa Cholodenko '97 on Sundance Film Festival Panel, 'Barbed Wire Kisses Redux'
February 8, 2021

Professor Tom Kalin and Film  Alumna Lisa Cholodenko ‘97 recently participated in a panel discussion for the Sundance Film Festival entitled The Big Conversation: Barbed Wire Kisses Redux.

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'Live from Columbia' Virtual Concert Series Continues with Performance by Brandee Younger and Dezron Douglas
January 27, 2021

Miller Theatre hosted its first signature Pop-Up Concert of 2021 with a performance by Brandee Younger and Dezron Douglas.

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Writing Program Alumnae Host Pen Parentis' First Annual Winter Poetry Salon
January 22, 2021

Pen Parentis held its Annual Winter Poetry Salon last week, bringing together extraordinary poets with a virtual audience for a reading and roundtable discussion.

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Miller Theatre's Pop-Up Concerts Return with 'Live from Columbia'
December 21, 2020

While the performance was recorded at The Lantern—the beautiful top-floor venue at The Lenfest Center for the Arts—over 300 people tuned in this week to watch the live premiere of the concert together.

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Translation as Storytelling: A Lecture by Associate Professor Susan Bernofsky
December 18, 2020

Bernofsky delivered her lecture, entitled “Translation as Storytelling,” in English with Spanish subtitles accompanying her on screen.

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Professor Phillip Lopate's 'The Glorious American Essay'
December 11, 2020

The Glorious American Essay is “a monumental, canon-defining anthology of three centuries of American essays, from Cotton Mather and Benjamin Franklin to David Foster Wallace and Zadie Smith.

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