Nobel-Winner Leymah Gbowee leads a symposium on women in Africa.
Najam Haider's course explores the religion's roots and how the past defines the present.
At the 2014 Global Symposium, the question is asked: Have we stalled?
President Spar writes on China's rapid rise as a an ecnomic super power, womens roles, and Barnard's sixth annual Global Symposium.
Selling Goods, Sharing Culture: Historian Hasia Diner explains how Jewish peddlers mad inroads in the new worlds to which they migrated.
Athena Film Festival Showcases Barnard Women: Alumnae highlight a panel discussion and a biographical film.
In Context: Speaking with Professor Lisa Gordis on early American literature and her fascination with Anne Hutchinson.
Shopping Our Way to Salvation: Experts consider the hidden costs of consumer culture.
Well-Woman's peer educators help fellow students make informed decisions about their health and wellness.
Singer/songwriter Sarah Dooley '11 discusses her debut album Stupid Things.