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Geetanjali Shree, author of the novel Ret Samadhi was in conversation with two of her translators, discussing the nuances and setbacks of the work of the translator.

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This week, many leading scholars and historians will share their books and research on the events and aftermath of the Holocaust in commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. To close the week out, attend Barnard President Rosenbury’s inauguration ceremony and celebration.

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Staff Writer Helen Chen attended a vibrant book celebration spotlighting Black love

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Mikhail Zygar, a renowned writer and journalist, spoke at the Harriman Institute regarding his new book and the beliefs and narratives that led to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. CC ’73, LAW ’76 spoke to Columbia students about his new book Our Unfinished March: The Violent Past and Imperiled Future of the Vote in an event alongside Professor Frank A. Guridy at Low Library on Thursday evening.

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In 2021, Anna Frajlich’s Polish-language poetry collection Imię Ojca/Im’ia Bat’ka (The Name of the Father) received its first translation into Ukrainian. On Wednesday, February 16, Deputy Events Editor Ava Slocum attended the Harriman Institute’s book talk and poetry reading for the new edition, translated last year by Vasyl Makhno.

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Deputy Arts Editor Grace Novarr attended a conversation between acclaimed novelists Tóibín and Hamilton, who discussed Hamilton’s recently published novel, The Pages.

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David Freedberg’s Iconoclasm, published in 2021, is the result of five decades of foundational study on the topic. On Friday, January 28, Deputy Events Editor Ava Slocum attended the Society of Fellows and the Heyman Center for the Humanities’s discussion of Freedberg’s newest work.

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On Wednesday, January 19, Deputy Events Editor Ava Slocum attended the Institute for the Study of Sexuality and Gender’s discussion of The Inheritance, the 2021 graphic novel memoir by Professor Elizabeth Povinelli.

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On Wednesday afternoon, Staff Writers Linus Glenhaber and Simon Panfilio attended a virtual seminar held by Columbia’s Harriman Institute.

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On Wednesday, Staff Writer Charlie Bonkowsky attended “Modern Sufis and the State: The Politics of Islam in South Asia and Beyond,” a book talk and conversation between several of the professors who contributed articles or edited the new volume.

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