Spring 2005

Introduction
by Wm. Theodore de Bary

Carl W. Ackerman: The Journalism School's Other Founder
by James Boylan

Winter 2005-04

Introduction
by Wm. Theodore de Bary

James T. Shotwell: A Life Devoted to Organizing Peace
by Lisa Anderson

Salo Wittmayer Baron: Demystifying Jewish History
by Michael Stanislawski

Spring 2004

Introduction
by Wm. Theodore de Bary

Beyond Typhoid Mary: The Origins of Public Health at Columbia and in the City
by David Rosner

From Muskogee to Morningside Heights: Political Scientist Charles V. Hamilton
by Wilbur C. Rich

Winter 2004

“Disputatious Learning:" Asian Humanities and Civilizations at Columbia
by Wm. Theodore de Bary ’41

Fall 2003

Introduction
by Wm. Theodore de Bary
Making Art History at Columbia: Meyer Schapiro and Rudolf Wittkower
by David Rosand
Learning a Pedagogy of Love

Wisdom, Training and Contemporary Civilization
by J.W. Smit

Fall 2002

Introduction
by Wm. Theodore de Bary
Two Centuries of "Columbian" Constitutionalism
by Michael C. Dorf
Edmund Beecher Wilson: Americas First Cell Biologist
by Qais Al-Awqati, M.D.
Living Legacies: A Coda
Readers Respond to the series.

Spring 2002

Introduction
by Wm. Theodore de Bary
East Asian Studies at Columbia: The Early Years
by Wm. Theodore de Bary and Donald Keene
Brander Matthews and Theater Studies at Columbia
by Howard Stein
Edwin Armstrong: Pioneer of the Airwaves
by Yannis Tsividis
Living Legacies: A Coda
Readers respond to the "Living Legacies" series.

Fall 2001

Introduction
by Wm. Theodore de Bary
Gilbert Highet and Classics at Columbia
by Robert Ball
The Many Lives of Moses Hadas
by Rachel Hadas
Lou Gehrig: Columbia Legend and American Hero
by Ray Robinson
Cournand and Richards and The Bellevue Hospital Cardiopulmonary Laboratory
by Yale Enson and Mary Dickinson Chamberlin
Living Legacies: A Coda
Readers respond to the "Living Legacies" series.

Summer 2001

Introduction
by Wm.Theodore de Bary
Virginia Gildersleeve: Opening the Doors
by Rosalind Rosenberg
I.I. Rabi: Physics and Science at Columbia, in America, and Worldwide
by Samuel Devons
Lionel Trilling at Columbia

Winter 2001

Introduction
by Wm.Theodore de Bary
The Beginnings of Great Books
by John Van Doren
What Columbia College Is Known For
by Carl Hovde
Maurice Ewing and the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
by Laurence Lippsett

Summer 2000

Introduction
by Wm.Theodore de Bary
Da Ponte, MacDowell, Moore, and Lang: Four Biographical Essays
by Jack Beeson
Joseph Wood Krutch:
Cultural Critic
by John Margolis
Drama Critic
by Howard Stein
Naturalist
by Gerald Green

Winter 2000

Introduction
by Wm.Theodore de Bary
Reminiscences of the Columbia History Department:
1923-1975 by Jacques Barzun

Fall 1999

Introduction
by Wm.Theodore de Bary
Thomas Hunt Morgan at Columbia University: Genes, Chromosomes,
and the Origins of Modern Biology

by Eric R. Kandel
An American Century of Biology
by Eric R. Kandel
Genetics, Biology and the Mysteries of the Mind
At the Cusp of the 21st Century