Acclaimed global novelists Caryl Phillips and Hisham Matar read from their recent works, and discuss what motivates them to write.
World-renowned psychologist, Professor Éric Laurent, examines the complex roles that psychoanalysis plays in today's culture.
The founder of the book, blog and movement, "Free-Range Kids" discusses her parenting philosophy and the controversy she set off with her son's now famous unsupervised subway ride.
The Barnard alumna reflects on her work as a human rights activist mobilizing the Jewish community against US-sponsored torture and modern slavery, while exploring questions of how Judaism reacts to extreme violations of human dignity.
Students should attend this training to learn how to request Barnard credit for courses taken abroad.
The Barnard alumna, Yale University professor and award-winning author reconsiders the history of the American welfare state and the future of work, rights, security and dignity in the new care-work economy.
What is misogyny, humanly and socially? And why have commentators leveled the charge against "Just Like a Woman" and other Bob Dylan classics?
Join three leading contemporary artists - Christopher "Daze" Ellis, Jane Dickson, and Lee Quinones - as they discuss how New York City's environment, culture, and daily life have inspired their work. Each artist will explain how they incorporate the city's great diversity of energy and lifestyles into their distinct vision, as well as the special challenges (personal, social, and logistical) the city presents. The panel will be moderated by Sean Corcoran, the Museum's Curator of Prints and Photographs, and is presented in conjunction with the new exhibition Chris "DAZE" Ellis: The City Is My Muse.
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