Faculty in the Media
Alexander Cooley, Director, Harriman Institute; professor of political science at Barnard College, co-authored, "Putin's Potemkin Intervention. The Weakness of Moscow's Syrian Adventure," with Daniel H. Nexon in Foreign Affairs.
Kyiv-based Zhupansky Publishers brings out translation of George Orwell’s Animal Farm by Dr. Yuri Shevchuk, Lecturer of Ukrainian Language and Culture at Columbia University.
Aleksandr Boskovic, Lecturer in Bosnian Croatian and Serbian in the Department of Slavic Languages, was interviewed in the Serbian Daily about Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian language instruction at Columbia and the Shared Course Initiative between Columbia, Yale, and Cornell. Go here to read the article (in Serbian).
Ronald Meyer, Adjunct Associate Professor of Slavic Languages, contributed "Cold War Dress Code: Remembering Inna Lisnyanskaya," a short reminiscence of the Russian poet, to PEN American Center's "Banned Books Blog."
This past summer in Kyiv, Yuri Shevchuk (Lecturer in Ukrainian) gave interviews to television, radio, and the press regarding issues of language, culture, identity and politics.
In his op-ed, “We the People of Europe,” David Stark, Arthur Lehman Professor of Sociology, contrasts the politics in Europe today with the situation in the United States when the Constitution was drafted.
Anna Frajlich's poetry is the subject of Jolanta Wrobel-Best's forthcoming critical essay "The Idea of God and Religion in the Poetry of Anna Frajlich" (Religion and Sacred Poetry: An International Quarterly).