New Position Honors Pulitzer Prize-winning Writer and Former Barnard Board Chair
Professor Autesserre, political science, is honored for ideas set forth in her book, The Trouble with the Congo: Local Violence and the Failure of International Peacebuilding.
Renowned scholar and activist ruminates on the causes and consequences of American foreign policy in Israel and Palestine.
Read two essays by Barnard psychology professor Alexandra Horowitz in The New York Times.
Join us in celebrating the Barnard Center for Research on Women's 40th anniversary as we bring together activists, scholars and artists from around the world to mark the legacy and future of social justice feminism.
In May, Prof. Rebecca Jordan-Young traveled to Israel, where she spoke at Barnard's forum Perspectives on Gender Medicine
and Women's Health.
Wright donates engraved bench by conceptual artist Jenny Holzer in honor of classmate and Barnard classmate and Barnard Prof. Emerita Barbara Novak '50, along with a $25,000 gift for financial aid.
Barnard faculty members to discuss the effects of climate change on people and their environments.
Religion professor explores the development of Shī‘ī Islam though an examination of belief, narrative, and memory.
Theatre professor's book focuses on three imaginative performances: the Nature Theater of Oklahoma’s 2009 production of “Romeo and Juliet,” Punchdrunk Theatre’s wordless “Macbeth," Sleep No More,” and Michael Almereyda's 2000 film, “Hamlet.”