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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Beyond Barnard’s A-J Aronstein explains ‘Why We Need Humanities in Business’ in a recently published book chapter.
In a Q&A, Research Scholar Nancy Woloch discusses her new biography of the leading figure of women’s higher education. #BarnardCelebratesWomensHistoryMonth
Economist and Brookings Institution Rubenstein Fellow Belinda Archibong breaks down her research on how negative news reports on vaccines can lead to a public decline in vaccine confidence.
Erika Kitzmiller, who teaches education at Barnard, shares insights from her newly published book, which examines the rise and fall of a once-successful public school in Philadelphia.
Renowned climate scientist and environmental science professor Martin Stute discusses his game-changing new paper in Nature and what scientists have been getting wrong about the Earth’s changing climate.
For this Friday the 13th, assistant professor of psychology Michael G. Wheaton analyzed the symbolism and science behind fear and superstition.
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.
Chemist and professor Andrew Crowther contributed to a new discovery on the properties and potential of chemically combined solids.
Professor Kaiama L. Glover offers a new way of reading female “troublemaker” protagonists who refuse to conform.
Smith College professor Erin Pineda ’06 discusses the politics of civil disobedience and the global research on resistance movements central to her new book, Seeing Like an Activist.
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.
Medical student Christina LaGamma ’16 discusses systemic racism in the healthcare industry and how she helped get a medical magazine to dedicate an entire issue to Black Lives Matter.
Lecturer Rob Brotherton discusses the psychology of fake news and why we fall for it.
Anja Benshaul-Tolonen, assistant professor of economics, discusses the results behind her new quantitative study on attitudes toward menstruation and how Barnard students are engaging with the data.