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Acclaimed author publishes The Liar's Wife: Four Novellas

Athena Power Talks welcomes Sheila Nevins, president of HBO Documentary Films, for a conversation with Barnard President Debora Spar.

Join Africana Studies for a two-day celebration of playwright, poet, and novelist Ntozake Shange ’70, featuring student performances of her work, reflections on her legacy with Shange herself and acclaimed dance artist Dianne McIntrye, and an interdisciplinary exploration of African American arts and letters and gender in the African Diaspora. 

A renowned poet and critic, and one of the most important translators of modern French poetry, Serge Gavronsky has taught in the French Department at Barnard College for over 50 years.

Please join us to celebrate his illustrious career.

Join us for a fun and thought-provoking weekend of feature films, documentaries and shorts that highlight inspiring stories of remarkable women. Q & A sessions with filmmakers, conversations with Hollywood stars, workshops for women in the film community, and more.

Enjoy a special exhibit of alumnae artists curated by Vanessa Thill '13 and Eunice Yooni Kim '13.

More information to come. 

An expert on Barnard's past, Professor Robert McCaughey has created an interactive timeline of the College's history in honor of its 125th anniversary. Now, he reflects on how his career intertwines with the College's history. (From Barnard Magazine, Fall 2014)

Some of the art world's most lauded contemporary artists are Barnard alumnae, including Mierle Laderman Ukeles '61 and the late Sarah Charlesworth '69. In honor of the College's 125th anniversary, several took part in a show on campus. Hear them talk about their work. (At left: Detail from The Naked Eye by Erica Baum '84)

Students, faculty, alumnae and community members gathered at Barnard on Sunday, October 26th, to celebrate the College's 125th anniversary year. View a photo essay that brings to life a wonderful day honoring Barnard's history, present, and future.

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