Barnard News

English professor reflects on persistent violence in Benghazi

Panelists from across the globe joined a conversation at Barnard in person, on Skype, and via Livestream, about various approaches to building projects and creating community in an increasingly digital academic environment. 

Following recent terrorist attacks in Paris, Prof. Weber delves into the history of the French tradition of religious mockery

Article focuses on the ways in which urban wildlife species adapt to city life

What was it like to be a Barnard student 25, 50—even 100 years ago? We dug deep into the photo archives and found pictures of campus life dating as far back as 1912. See this slideshow for scenes of studying and socializing through the decades. (At left, students gather by the fireplace in Brooks Hall in 1946.)

The New York Times and The New Yorker include Prof. Hamilton's book of poetry among the best of the year

Celebrated publishing project includes Barnard religion scholar's translations of 16th-century Indian poetry

Expert weighs in on how changes to normalize U.S. relations with Cuba will impact international trade

"Bioinsecurity and Vulnerability" focuses on different threats facing communities around the world

Additional awardees include Sheila Nevins, Gina Prince-Bythewood and Cathy Schulman