Barnard College News
The College is excited to immerse students in the world of Indigenous studies with a new interdisciplinary minor.
In celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day (October 10), and the College’s connection to the tribe, Barnard and Columbia University honor the Picuris Pueblo with weeklong events.
Genevieve Depke ’24 and Silvana Navia ’24 join a unique program — co-founded by the Obamas — designed to support public service careers and horizon-expanding travel.
In The Ancient Table: The Archeology of Cooking and Cuisine, students study how food has been made, shared, and eaten throughout history.
Since last Women’s History Month (March) — over the course of a challenging year — alumnae, faculty, and students still stepped up as game-changers.
A year after delivering her senior thesis, the budding anthropologist’s paper wins the Society for Applied Anthropology’s first-place prize.
2020 Wellcome Medal recipient and anthropology chair Lesley A. Sharp discusses her research in the field of medical anthropology in this “Break This Down” interview.
How interdisciplinary academic studies at a liberal arts college bolsters Barnard’s “STEAM” majors.
The SIPA and 4+1 student took second place in the ethics essay contest.
J.C. Salyer, assistant professor of practice, anthropology, and human rights, was honored on April 4, 2019, by the Arab-American Family Support Center (AAFSC) and the Office of the Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams.
This spring, Barnard faculty members and the College's various departments and programs were awarded major research grants that support a diversity of interests, enabling them to conduct new or continuing research, or to collaborate with other institutions.
If you think faculty care only about academics, read on. Their (many) other talents may surprise you.
This winter, Barnard faculty members were awarded prestigious research grants that support an array of interests, enabling them to conduct collaborative research with other institutions.
A discussion of indigenous issues, political ecology, and Facebook’s role in Papua New Guinea with Professor Paige West.