Assistant Professor Hana Worthen and acclaimed theater director Kristian Smeds discuss the problems of “translation nationalism” as treated in his play Mental Finland.
Jan Willem Duyvendak, professor of sociology at University of Amsterdam, examines national identity and nostalgia, migration and integration, gender relations and “caring communities” and how they relate to the ability to “feel at home.”
Séverine Autesserre examines the various cultures that shape peacebuilding in the field.
Professor Sergio DellaPergolla reexamines the main patterns and influences of international migration from the former Soviet Union.
Bryna Kranzler ’80 writes about her grandfather’s life as a baker, soldier, and political prisoner in early twentieth-century Poland and Russia.
In The New York Times' "Room for Debate" forum, French literature professor responds to the question, "Are French women more tolerant?"
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.