This book examines how women shaped theatre and how theatre shaped women during the most explosive time in American women's history: from pre-enfranchisement through 1920, when women won the right to vote.
In modern Latin America, profound social inequalities have persisted despite the promise of equality. Nara B. Milanich argues that social and legal practices surrounding family and kinship have helped produce and sustain these inequalities.
Guobin Yang's pioneering study maps an innovative range of contentious forms and practices linked to Chinese cyberspace, delineating a nuanced and dynamic image of the Chinese Internet as an arena for creativity, community, conflict, and control.
Portrait of President Judith R. Shapiro by Thomas Loepp, Photograph by Aaron W. Kinard
Outstanding Barnard alumnae are selected through a rigorous application and interview process, notes Janet Bersin Finke ’56, chair of the Fellowship Committee. Winners represent the power and promise of a Barnard education. The Fellowship for Graduate Study is generously funded by the Edith and Frances Mulhall Achilles Memorial Fund.