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If These Walls Could Talk: Columbia’s Hamilton Hall—1968-2024

Hosted By: Moment Magazine

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Frankel, former NPR host Robert Siegel, and Harvard University Professor Emerita Susan Rubin Suleiman will discuss the historical student protests at Columbia’s Hamilton Hall, first occurring in April 1968. Moderated by Moment Book & Opinion Editor Amy E. Schwartz, the panel will compare the 1968 and 2024 protests, exploring themes from student and faculty divisions to free speech and radicalization. The event will also include personal accounts of the panelists’ experiences during the initial protests.

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Amy E. Schwartz

Amy E. Schwartz is Book & Opinion Editor, Moment Magazine. Amy received a degree in literature from Harvard University. She worked at Harper’s Magazine and The New Republic before joining the Washington Post, where she was an editorial writer and op-ed columnist on cultural issues from 1985 to 2002. Schwartz has also lived in and reported from France, Germany and Turkey. Her articles can be found at https://momentmag.com/author/aschwartz/.
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Robert Siegel

Host and moderator Robert Siegel is an American radio journalist. He was one of the co-hosts of the National Public Radio evening news broadcast All Things Considered from 1987- 2018. In 2010, Siegel was presented with the John Chancellor Award for Excellence in Journalism by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Siegel won three Silver Batons from Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University and the American Bar Association's Silver Gavel Award.
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Susan Rubin Suleiman

Susan Rubin Suleiman is the C. Douglas Dillon Research Professor (Emerita) of the Civilization of France and Research Professor of Comparative Literature at Harvard University. Born in Budapest, she emigrated to the United States as a child with her parents. She obtained her B.A. from Barnard College and her Ph.D. from Harvard University, and joined the Harvard faculty in 1981. Among her dozen books and more than 100 articles, Suleiman has written The Némirovsky Question: The Life, Death, and Legacy of a Jewish Writer in 20th-Century France (Yale University Press). The recipient of numerous honors, Suleiman has held a Guggenheim Fellowship, received France’s highest honor the Légion d’Honneur, and was a Shapiro Senior Scholar-in-Residence at the Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.
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Moment Magazine

Moment is fiercely independent magazine that provides award-winning, in-depth reporting on the issues that concern, excite and inspire American Jews.
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