The latest book by history professor Premilla Nadasen, Household Workers Unite: The Untold Story of African American Women Who Built a Movement (Beacon Press, 2015) sheds new light on an often-overlooked activist movement of the mid-20th century—that of African American domestic workers.
“Her(e) Repetitive Blueprint” addressed social inequality and Prof. Thomas’s obligations as an artist
Barnard had the second-highest participation rate out of all 19 schools and programs that took part in Giving Day 2015, Columbia University’s annual 24-hour online fund drive.
A new book edited by Prof. Christian Rojas, Molecular Rearrangements in Organic Synthesis, is designed to help chemists understand and capitalize on rearrangement reactions to enhance the synthesis of useful chemical compounds.
From interning at The Museum of Natural History to searching for the best pizza in Brooklyn, students and faculty discuss living in New York City.
HarperCollins executive editor Julia Cheiffetz '00 talks about developing the book Notorious RBG about the pioneering feminist Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.