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Paula Franzese '80, longtime professor of political science, was named by SheKnows media as one of the 20 inspiring women who are transforming the way kids learn.

A Class by Herself, a new book by Nancy Woloch, adjunct history professor at Barnard, delves into the history of protective laws for women workers.

Opinion piece by former reproductive rights litigator appears in The New York Daily News.

Historians and scholars gather to discuss acclaimed scholar Tanika Sarkar’s latest work, which explores the relations among law, personhood, and Hindu idioms in colonial India.

 

On CNN.com, Spar notes the role of assisted reproductive technology in gay marriage debate

Anthony Grafton, Professor of History at Princeton University and current President of the American Historical Association, offers a trenchant defense of humanistic scholarship as part of the Barnard Humanities Initiative.

Wendy Hesford examines the rights and conditions of children living in varied states of political unrest and social exclusion.

 

Scholars from all over Mexico gather to explore how current struggles to protect territory and autonomy in the region and throughout the world are creating new forms of indigenous feminism.