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Events take place Tuesdays or Wednesdays in the Columbia University Faculty House from 4:30 to 6:30 pm, followed by an optional dinner.

 

 

Oct. 7

THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW, 1919-1950: SOME BASIC ARGUMENTS

Mark Lewis (College of Staten Island, CUNY)

 

Oct. 21

UMPIRE OR EMPIRE? AMERICAN FOREIGN RELATIONS IN WORLD HISTORY

Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman (San Diego State University)

 

Nov. 11

CONSCRIPTION AGAINST COMMUNISM: THE COLD WAR DRAFT AND THE ENDS OF BIG GOVERNMENT

Jeremy K. Kessler (Columbia Law School)

 

Dec. 2

GLOBAL THERMIDOR: THE RECESSION OF 1920-1921 AND THE MAKING OF THE INTERWAR ORDER

Adam Tooze (Yale University)

 

Feb. 10

STALIN: PARADOXES OF POWER

Stephen Kotkin (Princeton University)

 

Feb. 24

JIMMY CARTER, THE PALESTINIANS, AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Craig Daigle (City College of New York)

 

Mar. 10

DIVERGING PATHS: MODERNITY, CAPITALISM AND THE FUTURE OF LIBERAL AND SOCIAL DEMOCRACIES

Wallace Katz (Stony Brook University)

 

Mar. 31

THE FACULTY’S SIXTIES: PROFESSORS AND POLITICS, 1960-1975

Ellen Schrecker (Yeshiva University)

 

Apr. 21

THE INTELLIGENCE OF DESIRE: COLD WAR AND REVOLUTION IN THE INTERROGATION ROOMS OF THE KOREAN WAR

Monica Kim (New York University)