Professor Manijeh Moradian, author of a new book on Iranian revolutionaries in the U.S., examines the current feminist uprising in Iran.
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The dance professor and prolific choreographer reflects on her past five projects, including the critically acclaimed light and desire, which she conceived and directed.
Barnard welcomed the award-winning labor leader as the keynote speaker for the inaugural Grace Lee Boggs ’35 Lecture.
BCRW, The Public Theater, and The Ntozake Shange Literary Trust partner to establish the first residency of its kind for distinguished women, femme, trans, or non-binary playwrights of the African Diaspora.
The Dobbs v. Jackson ruling ends federal protection of abortion rights.
Financial security expert Joanna Smith-Ramani ’98 explains how social policies that prioritize equity and justice can close the racial wealth gap and improve women of color’s mental well-being.
Professor Janet Jakobsen discusses how her latest book, The Sex Obsession, offers an expansive approach to reimagining the discourses of American politics through gender, sexuality, and religion.
Women’s, gender, and sexuality studies professor Rebecca Jordan-Young breaks down the misconception of testosterone as the “male sex hormone” in her new book, Testosterone: An Unauthorized Biography.
This spring, Barnard Center for Research on Women research assistant Asha Futterman ’21 and Mariame Kaba, BCRW Social Justice Institute Researcher-in-Residence, hosted Radical Black Women of Harlem: A Walking Tour.
Kayla Levy ’19 was awarded the inaugural Ingeborg, Tamara, and Yonina Rennert Prize in Jewish Women’s Studies on April 16, 2019.
When should a student begin preparing for life after college? According to the team at Beyond Barnard, Day 1 is not too early, and it’s never too late to think about post-graduate options.
Forty years ago, mothers in the paid labor force were fighting for protections and rights. Working Mother Media founder Carol Evans says they still are.
Carol Dweck '67, the groundbreaking psychologist behind mindset theory, shares the reasons for her fascination with the mind.
Ritchie’s new book Invisible No More provides striking insights into the need for police reform.
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.
Barnard College historically has been a space for activism—from Annie Nathan Meyer’s aggressive advocacy of women’s education in the 1880s to the 1968 Vietnam War and civil rights protests to recent calls for divestment from fossil fuel companies.
Make Some Noise - A Celebration of Women and Music.
Investigating pay equality in women-led firms with Provost Linda A Bell.