Marcia Lima examines the complexities of race-based affirmative action policies in Brazil.
Dana Velasco Murillo explores migration trends and what they reveal about interethnic relations, indigenous identities, and gender roles.
A film screening of a rare, recently discovered documentary made by Galician immigrants on their experiences in Argentina.
Scholars from all over Mexico gather to explore how current struggles to protect territory and autonomy in the region and throughout the world are creating new forms of indigenous feminism.
Over the past decade, and particularly since the arrival of President Debora L. Spar in July 2008, Barnard College has enhanced its global outreach and focus, with increasing opportunities for those in the Barnard community to integrate study, research, work and volunteer experiences abroad into their time at Barnard. Today, with students, programs, partners, research collaborations and alumnae around the world, Barnard College's global footprint reaches over 65 countries.
Six alumnae share their perspectives of the earthquake in Haiti.
In modern Latin America, profound social inequalities have persisted despite the promise of equality. Nara B. Milanich argues that social and legal practices surrounding family and kinship have helped produce and sustain these inequalities.