Prof. Kim F. Hall, a leading researcher in Renaissance and early modern studies and critical race theory, will commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death by participating in the Folger Institute’s Shakespeare Anniversary Lecture Series.
New curriculum beginning fall 2016
For the first time, harmful carbon dioxide emissions from a power plant have been captured, pumped underground and turned into stone. The quick, yet expensive method is a major success in the fight against global warming.
During the 2015-2016 academic year, awards were presented to Barnard's exceptional faculty to honor their commitment to teaching.
More than 180 participants, from 100 colleges and universities across the U.S., Canada, Norway, China, and Australia, will convene at Barnard's Sixteenth Annual Reacting to the Past Institute on June 9–12.