On March 15, 2011, in Johannesburg, Barnard presented Women Changing Africa, its third annual global symposium in a series of dialogues about women's leadership, women's agency, and women's voices.
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Associate Professor of Political Science Alexander Cooley commented on the growing "prominence" of a military base in Uzbekistan.
Haiti Unbound: A Spiralist Challenge to the Postcolonial Canon
By Kaiama L. Gover
For The New York Times, Assistant Professor of French Kaiama Glover reviewed the book Harlem: A Century in Images.
Barnard launched the Women's Studies Major in 1974. Alumna Lois Elfman '80 looks at the careers, changes, and challenges over 30 years.
Barnard is partnering with the Sister Colleges and the U.S. Department of State for The Women and Public Service Initiative.
CARE President and CEO Helene Gayle '76 discussed women's issues on PBS with Correspondent Judy Woodruff.
Students from around Johannesburg participated in 2011 Young Women's Leadership Workshop, under the direction of six Barnard students.
Barnard was among eight colleges recognized by NAFSA for Campus Internationalization Efforts.