The recent graduate, who majored in political science and human rights, will spend one year — fully funded — working on a master’s program in Beijing.
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From the art of hand embroidery to foot binding, professor Dorothy Y. Ko illuminates the intricate intersection between gender and body in China for fashion exhibits around the world.
This year, 11 alumnae were selected to serve as researchers, graduate students, or English teaching assistants in eight countries.
The longtime history professor — and newly elected American Academy of Arts & Sciences member — on her quest to illuminate unexplored truths.
In celebration of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the president of the Myanmar Association at Columbia discusses advocating for the Burmese community in New York.
Professor Xiaobo Lü considers how citizens view the two governments and suggests what leaders can do to improve global connections.
This spring, Ariella Napoli ’20 won the 2019 Marianna McJimsey Student Paper Award for her paper, “Plurality within Singularity: Choson Korea’s Neo-Confucian Framework.”
CLIO can enrich your perspective on Valentine's Day.
Marten, an expert on U.S.-Russia relations, previewed the Helsinki summit and laid out markers for success.
Haven't you always wanted to learn more about Japanese puppet theater?
She and her collaborators will do research in Beijing in late March.
Celebrating Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month with a peek into ancient and modern-day Eastern culture and politics.
A roundup of the numerous awards, grants, and fellowships students and recent alumnae received this year.
Suki Kim '92 on her new book, Without You There is No Us: My Time with the Sons of North Korea’s Elite
Article focuses on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island and its fraught relationship with Australia
In honor of International Women's Day 2014, a look back at recent conversations and events on international issues.
Three faculty members will participate in Barnard's Sixth Annual Global Symposium "Women Changing China."
Six students will attend Women Changing China and facilitate the 2014 Young Women’s Leadership Workshop
A fashion exhibition at the Museum of Chinese in America, curated with the expertise of Professor Dorothy Ko, tells the story of Shanghai’s “new woman.”
Political science professor writes of competing ideologies among China's leaders and intellectual elites.
Prof. Cooley discusses the annual summit for the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
History professor quoted in the Los Angeles Times.
Asian and Middle Eastern Studies professor quoted in Investor's Business Daily.
Associate Professor of Political Science Alexander Cooley commented on the growing "prominence" of a military base in Uzbekistan.
Xiaobo Lu, political science, and Guobin Yang, Asian and Middle Eastern cultures, provide a preview of "China Online: Politics, Activism and the Internet"
Barnard Sociology Professor Guobin Yang has spent the past decade studying how Chinese citizens have harnessed social networking and the Internet as tools for civic activism. His latest book, The Power of the Internet in China: Citizen Activism Online, published in 2009 by Columbia University Press, documents the rise of this phenomenon, drawing on Yang's 10 years of experience monitoring online bulletin boards, conducting case studies and surveys, and collecting personal narratives of those whose lives have been transformed by the Web.
Barnard history professor came to the College in 2001 after completing three years of post-doctoral study at N.Y.U. A South Asian historian, Rao became interested in critiques of South Asian history and anthropology as an undergrad at the University of Chicago, a noted center for such studies.
Guobin Yang's pioneering study maps an innovative range of contentious forms and practices linked to Chinese cyberspace, delineating a nuanced and dynamic image of the Chinese Internet as an arena for creativity, community, conflict, and control.