Our Past Engaged: Four Turning Points in Columbia's Recent History  
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April 7, 2004
The University and the City: Columbia and New York From the Civil War to the Progressive Era


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Keynote Speaker: Kenneth T. Jackson
Introduction to the Proceedings: Alan Brinkley
Welcome and Introduction: Robert McCaughey

Respondents:
Mike Wallace Professor of History, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY (Columbia College 1964, GSAS 1973)
Evan Cornog Associate Dean, School of Journalism, Columbia University (GSAS 1996)
April 13, 2004
Columbia at Midcentury: The Intellectual Capital of the Nation?


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Keynote Speaker: Alan Brinkley
Welcome and Introduction: Robert McCaughey

Respondents:
Fritz Stern University Professor Emeritus; Provost Emeritus, Columbia University (Columbia College 1946, GSAS 1953)
Casey Blake Professor of History and Director of American Studies, Columbia University
April 20, 2004
Beyond the Knickerbockers: Inclusive Columbia


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Keynote Speaker: Rosalind Rosenberg
Welcome and Introduction: Robert McCaughey

Respondents:
Gillian Lindt Professor of Religion Emerita, Columbia University (GSAS 1965)
Monica Miller Assistant Professor of English, Barnard College
April 27, 2004
Columbia '68: A Chapter in the History of Student Power


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Keynote Speaker: Robert McCaughey
Welcome and Introduction: Eric Foner

Respondents:
William Theodore de Bary John Mitchell Mason Professor Emeritus; Provost Emeritus (Columbia College 1941, GSAS 1953)
Lewis Cole Professor of Film, School of the Arts, Columbia University (Columbia College 1968)
Jacqueline Russo (Columbia College 2004)
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