Barnard professors Kaiama Glover and Maja Horn discuss the commonality and conflict between Haiti and the Dominican Republic—two nations that share over five centuries of interconnected history, and yet remain deeply divided.
Marc Hertzman, assistant professor of Latin American and Iberian Cultures at Columbia University, examines the relationship between race and nation as seen through the fascinating history of samba.
History professor quoted in top Chilean newspaper on 250th anniversary of a child welfare institution in Santiago.
Professor Edward Telles discusses the pitfalls of using census data to define ethnicity, race and socioeconomic status in countries throughout Latin America.
The Forum on Migration welcomes David Cook-Martin for an exploration of the relationship between racism and political liberalism in the Americas.
José Shane Brownrigg-Gleeson considers how Irish loyalties to North and South American countries shaped their shifting identities and transformed the ethno-national images of Irish in the new world.
Fifth Global Symposium Highlights Women's Emerging Leadership
Four Barnard Global Faculty Fellows participated in the São Paulo event, using the opportunity to network with colleagues, pursue research interests, and bring that work back to the Barnard community.
After the symposium, a group of six Barnard students, selected through a competitive application process to be Global Symposium Student Fellows, held a workshop for girls from São Paulo high schools, exploring how gender affects professional opportunities.
Join Barnard's Office of International Programs for dinner and a film screening, followed by a discussion with artist Vik Muniz.