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E-Resources: Columbia on Fathom Archive
Numerous contributions from Columbia faculty are available on the Fathom Archive, the unique online learning website founded by Columbia University. Fathom was an international consortium of academic and cultural institutions with free lectures, articles, and interviews in nearly every academic discipline.

The following is a selection of work by Columbia faculty available on the Fathom Archive:
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Subject Title Source Description
Arts Clemens and Vivanco: A Concert of Early Music Vox Vocal Ensemble In early European music, both Franco-Flemish and then Italian art were major sources of musical influence. The former gained in importance in the fifteenth century, with musicians such as Jacob Climent, aka Clemens.
Business and Finance Risky Business Geert Bekaert Though investors around the world exhibit "home bias," the desire to hold a majority of their stock portfolio in their native country's market, international diversification is safer way to invest, according to Geert Bekaert.
Culture and Society Humanism in Twentieth-Century America: Humanism's Scope Edward Said The canon is the center of the study of humanism, comprising the greatest works of art, literature, and music that the human race has produced over the centuries. Hotly debated, however, is the question of what is, and what is not, in the canon.
Medicine and Health Charting the Death of Eleanor Roosevelt Barron Lerner Eleanor Roosevelt has long cast a shadow over Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. Did the physicians there misdiagnose her illness? Was her death hastened by poor care? Using Roosevelt's own patient chart, Dr. Barron Lerner investigates these questions.
Technology Glass Concrete: Putting Waste to Work Christian Meyer Inventions often spring from unlikely sources. A Brooklyn roofer strolls down a Bahamas beach, frustrated by the cost of importing concrete to build his second home. He notices bottles littering the sand. Soon, glass concrete is born.

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