Art historian Erin L. Thompson ’02 shares why she became interested in looted artifacts and dismantled monuments, a passion kindled in her first year at Barnard.
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Students in the Histories of the Present seminar turned their remote course into an opportunity to research their local communities for their senior thesis projects.
Cammie Jones, Barnard’s executive director of Community Engagement and Inclusion, commemorates the historic events of June 19, 1865, by sharing what the annual celebration means to her.
Since last Women’s History Month (March) — over the course of a challenging year — alumnae, faculty, and students still stepped up as game-changers.
The professor of history — recently awarded the inaugural Ann Snitow Prize for her dedication to social justice and feminist issues — shares the story of her journey through activism.
In American Monument Cultures, students explore the significance of monuments throughout history, using digital humanities platforms to engage with the cultural and political power of public structures.