Harriman Publications Archive
As a contribution to scholarly research and public understanding, the Institute sponsors Studies of the Harriman Institute and partners with Columbia University Libraries’ Academic Commons to make the Institute’s publications available to the Harriman community of students and scholars and the public at large.
Studies of the Harriman Institute
The Institute sponsors the Studies of the Harriman Institute in the belief that their publication contributes to scholarly research and public understanding. In this way the Institute, while not necessarily endorsing their conclusions, is pleased to make available the results of some of the research conducted under its auspices.
The first titles in Studies of the Russian Institute (predecessor to Studies of the Harriman Institute) appeared in 1953—pioneering works by Institute professors Abram Bergson and Ernest J. Simmons, as well as the first book by one of the Institute’s early Ph.D. graduates, Edward J. Brown. Today more than 150 titles authored by Institute faculty, visiting scholars, fellows, and alumni have appeared under the Institute’s imprint.
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Available on Academic Commons
The Institute is a Featured Partner in Columbia University Libraries’ Academic Commons, which provides global access to research and scholarship produced at Columbia University and its affiliate institutions. Titles are searchable by author, title, and subject. You can search either through the Academic Commons website, or CLIO, the Columbia Libraries’ catalog.
Harriman Institute Forum (1988-1994)
To be scanned and posted during the academic year 2021-22.
Russian Movement Culture of the 1920s and 1930s: A Symposium, organized by Lynn Garafola and Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy, and Dancing the Cold War: An International Symposium, organized by Lynn Garafola, are now both available on Academic Commons.
At the Harriman Institute (1987-1992)
The entire run of meeting report summaries is available for the first time in electronic form.