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A conversation with Sana Amanat '04

In this “Break This Down” interview that marks the month of Ramadan (May 14–June 15), Hussein Rashid, adjunct faculty in the Department of Religion, explains the significance of the holy month, defines an Islamic “super-hero,” and shares what has surprised him the most from interviews with American Muslims.  

The event also honored Trustees Jolyne Caruso-FitzGerald ’81, Nina Ansary ’89 P’19, and Nancy A. Garvey ’71.

Students, staff, and faculty got to connect with Ntozake, and hear about her work in progress on Black choreographers and dance.

This excerpt of a Barnard Magazine article by Professor Emerita of History Rosalind Rosenberg discusses the role of Barnard students in the historic 1968 Columbia protests.

The 1968 protests and campus activism today were the topics of a March 6, 2018, panel hosted by the Barnard Center for Research on Women (BCRW) in cooperation with the Barnard Archives and the Barnard College Class of 1971.