writing

Work of Barnard's Millicent C. McIntosh Professor in English and Writing called "a very important contribution to Irish-American literature."

Writers currently teaching creative writing courses at Barnard this fall will read from their work, including new work.

The award-winning novelist and Barnard alumna, Edwidge Danticat, returns to campus as the first speaker in the Africana Studies Program's Distinguished Alumnae series.
 

Read two essays by Barnard psychology professor Alexandra Horowitz in The New York Times.

Acclaimed global novelists Caryl Phillips and Hisham Matar read from their recent works, and discuss what motivates them to write.

The three recipients of the Erica Mann Jong '63 Writing Fellowship reflect on meeting the iconic writer for whom their fellowship was named.

The Sunday Book Review section of The New York Times reviews The Home Front, a new novel by Margaret Vandenburg, senior lecturer in English and director of the first-year English program.

Asali Solomon '95 discusses her new book, Disgruntled, and how her Barnard experience was key to her development as a writer.

Associate Professor of English Monica Miller shares the inspiration behind her work on black dandyism.

Rebecca Goldstein is a philosopher and novelist, and both an alumna and former professor of Barnard College.  She is the author of many acclaimed works of philosophical fiction, including The Mind-Body Problem, Thirty-Six Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of Fiction, and Plato at the Googleplex.  

Lecture will be followed by Q & A and book-signing.