Lorraine Glennon, a Brooklyn-based editor and writer, was the editor-in-chief of Our Times: An Illustrated History of the Twentieth Century.
Articles by Lorraine Glennon
Review: White Cat, Black Dog
By Kelly Link ’91CC
What Declassified Government Documents Reveal About America’s Dark Secrets
At the Columbia History Lab, Matthew Connelly ’90CC uses data science to uncover long-hidden files
A Rust Belt City Revived by Immigrants
A review of City of Refugees, by Susan Hartman ’76SOA
True Crimes of Greedy Masterminds
A review of Rogues: True Stories of Grifters, Killers, Rebels and Crooks, by Patrick Radden Keefe ’99CC
Can a Terrorist Ever Be Rehabilitated?
In Home, Land, Security, National Book Award finalist Carla Power ’95JRN grapples with this thorny question
Why the Cold War Ignited America’s Progressive Culture
Louis Menand ’80GSAS takes a “street-level” look at one of the most fertile cultural and intellectual periods in recent history
The Untold History of Protest and Police Violence
A review of America on Fire, by Elizabeth Hinton ’13GSAS
Review: We Run the Tides
By Vendela Vida ’96SOA
Review: A Promised Land
By Barack Obama ’83CC
Review: "The Last Million"
By David Nasaw ’72GSAS
Review: "Money: The True Story of a Made-Up Thing"
By Jacob Goldstein '04JRN
Raising Strong Sexual Citizens
Two social scientists discuss their groundbreaking research on consent, power, and assault on Columbia's campus