Tina Campt uses black-feminist concepts and archival photographs of communities in diaspora to explore how power and resistance affect our understanding of the feminist struggle.
Janet Mock will be joined by scholars, activists, and writers for a discussion of her work and her experiences as a young trans woman of color working in mainstream media.
Elizabeth Hutchison and Premilla Nadasen explore the history of domestic worker organizing in the United States and Chile.
Meredith Linn shares her research into the experiences of illness, injury, and healing among 19th-century Irish immigrants in New York City.
Barnard symposium on African Women’s Rights and Resilience features distinguished scholars and activists addressing issues facing feminists and activists throughout Africa.
In honor of International Women’s Day, join Nobel Peace Laureate and Barnard Distinguished Fellow in Social Justice Leymah Gbowee, and other distinguished scholars and activists, for a daylong symposium on women’s rights movements in Africa.
Joan Scott explores the complex relationship between secularization and women’s emancipation.
In honor of International Women's Day 2014, a look back at recent conversations and events on international issues.