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Around the world in 1968, students rose up to challenge what they saw as unjust war and authority. At Columbia, an estimated one-third of the demonstrators were women, about half of them from Barnard.

Photos courtesy of Columbia University Archives.

Haven't you always wanted to learn more about Japanese puppet theater?

Stream historical and recent videos from the fields of ethnography and anthropology.

Library Stack is a living collection of independent ebooks, audio files, videos and digital documents being published within the fields of contemporary art, design, media studies, cinema, architecture and philosophy.

Photos courtesy of Barnard Archives

Gumby himself called it the "The Unwritten History'" of the United States.

One hundred years ago, in November of 1917, Barnard Hall officially opened its doors.

Photo courtesy of Barnard Archives

Akshaya shares her journey from uncertain first-year student to successful STEM researcher and University arts leader with an exciting job offer on the horizon.

Paige West, Claire Tow Professor of Anthropology and author of Dispossession and the Environment: Rhetoric and Inequality in Papua New Guinea, was the recipient of the Columbia University Press Distinguished Book Award.