The Consortium for Intellectual and Cultural History, founded in 2007 as a cooperative venture amongst area institutions, plays a primarily organizational goal in uniting scholars and students from the New York metropolitan area who have common interests in the field.

Besides maintaining a communication network to publicize events across campuses, the consortium pursues three principal activities: it organizes an annual paper series, currently focused on modern European topics; it hosts occasional conferences, whether on its own or in cooperation with other departments and centers; and it distributes summer fellowship monies for graduate students. Please click on the links to the left to learn more about these activities.

Currently, most of the consortium’s activities, including this web page, are under development.

Directors

Stefan Andriopoulos, Co-Director, Associate Professor of German and Comparative Literature, Columbia University

Tamsin Shaw, Co-Director, Associate Professor of European and Mediterranean Studies and of Philosophy, New York University

Advisory Board

Stefanos Geroulanos, chair, Assistant Professor of History, New York University

Stefan Andriopoulos, Associate Professor of German and Comparative Literature, Columbia University

Deborah Coen, Assistant Professor of History, Barnard College

Charly Coleman, Assistant Professor of History, Columbia University

Marwa Elshakry, Associate Professor of History, Columbia University

Matthew L. Jones, Associate Professor of History and James R. Barker Professor of Contemporary Civilization, Columbia University

Andreas Killen, Associate Professor of History, City College

Samuel Moyn, James Bryce Professor of European Legal History, Columbia University

Andrew Sartori, Associate Professor of History, New York University

Tamsin Shaw, Associate Professor of European and Mediterranean Studies and of Philosophy, New York University

Joanna Stalnaker, Associate Professor of French, Columbia University

Area Faculty with Intellectual History Interests

(please click here if you have been omitted from this list)

Stefan Andriopoulos, Associate Professor of German and Comparative Literature, Columbia University

Elazar Barkan, Professor of International Affairs, Columbia University

Edward Baring, Assistant Professor of History, Drew University

Thomas Bender, University Professor, New York University

Casey N. Blake, Professor of History, Columbia University

Martin J. Burke, Associate Professor of History, CUNY

Michael Scott Christofferson, Associate Professor of History, Adelphi University

Deborah Coen, Assistant Professor of History, Barnard College

Sarah Cole, Associate Professor of English, Columbia University

Charly Coleman, Assistant Professor of History, Columbia University

Sarah Danielsson, Associate Professor of History, CUNY-Queensborough

Vincent Debaene, Associate Professor of French, Columbia

Andrew Delbanco, Julian Clarence Levi Professor of the Humanities, Columbia University

Marwa Elshakry, Associate Professor of History, Columbia University

Priscilla Ferguson, Professor of Sociology, Columbia University

Federico Finchelstein, Associate Professor of History, New School for Social Research

Pierre Force, Professor of French and History, Columbia University

Stefanos Geroulanos, Assistant Professor of History, New York University

Michah Gottlieb, Associate Professor of Jewish Thought, New York University

Anthony Grafton, Henry Putnam University Professor of History, Princeton University

Andreas Huyssen, Villard Professor of German and Comparative Literature, Columbia University

Matthew L. Jones, Associate Professor of History and James R. Barker Professor of Contemporary Civilization, Columbia University

Ben Kafka, Associate Professor of Media Studies and History, New York University

Andreas Kalyvas, Associate Professor of Political Science, New School University

Joel Kaye, Professor of History, Barnard College

Ira Katznelson, Ruggles Professor of Political Science and History, Columbia University

Andreas Killen, Associate Professor of History, City College

Ethan Kleinberg, Professor of History and Letters, Wesleyan University

Anne Kornhauser, Assistant Professor of History, City College

Mark Lilla, Professor of the Humanities, Columbia University

Peter N. Miller, Professor of History, Bard Graduate Center

Samuel Moyn, James Bryce Professor of European Legal History, Columbia University

Jan-Werner Mueller, Professor of Politics, Princeton University

Guy Ortolano, Associate Professor of History, New York University

Mary Poovey, Samuel Rudin University Professor in the Humanities, New York University

Ross Posnock, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University

Anson Rabinbach, Professor of History, Princeton University

Steven P. Remy, Associate Professor of History, CUNY

Helena Rosenblatt, Professor of History, CUNY

Lidia Santarelli, Assistant Professor of European and Mediterranean Studies, New York University

Andrew Sartori, Associate Professor of History, New York University

Melissa Schwartzberg, Associate Professor of Politics, New York University

Jerrold Seigel, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of History Emeritus, New York University

Pamela Smith, Professor of History, Columbia University

Joanna Stalnaker, Associate Professor of French, Columbia University

Michael Stanislawski, Nathan Miller Professor of History, Columbia University

Lisa Tiersten, Professor of History, Barnard College

Nadia Urbinati, Nell and Herbert M. Singer Professor of Contemporary Civilization, Columbia University

Jeremy Varon, Associate Professor of History, New School

Val Vinokur, Associate Professor of Literary Studies, New School

Katharina Volk, Professor of Classics, Columbia University

Gary Wilder, Associate Professor of Anthropology, CUNY

Emma L. Winter, Assistant Professor of History, Columbia University

Martin Woessner, Associate Professor of History, City College

Richard Wolin, Distinguished Professor of History, CUNY

Larry Wolff, Professor of History, New York University

James E.G. Zetzel, Anthon Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, Columbia University

 

The Lehigh Axis

In 2011, Lehigh University joined the Consortium for selected activities. Currently its associated faculty are:

Nitzan Lebovic, Apter Chair of Holocaust Studies and Ethical Values, Assistant Professor of History

Seth Moglen, Associate Professor of English

Monica Najar, Associate Professor of History

John Pettegrew, Associate Professor of History

Edurne Portela, Director of the Humanities Center and Associate Professor of Spanish

Robert Rozehnal, Director of the Center for Global Islamic Studies, Associate Professor of Religion

John Savage, Associate Professor of History

Nick Sawicki, Assistant Professor of Art History

 

Affiliates

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