Join the Barnard Center for Research on Women and The Humanities And Technology Camp movement for an exploration of innovation in the digital humanities, focusing on feminist interventions.
This panel inaugurates a multi-year, interdisciplinary project to examine the “public good.”
A kinder, gentler philosophy of success followed by discussion. Can reframing success and taking control of our tendency towards social comparisons alleviate anxiety?
FREE pizza will be served.
In this roundtable discussion, panelists examine the ways in which digital media are changing traditional methods of research, collaboration, and publication, as well as the political and ethical impact of developing ideas in the public eye.
A galaxy of experts in a number of fields—from education to activism, from economics to acting—bring meaningful dialogues to the campus
Come join us for the first ever chance to speak your piece on a variety of topics. All are welcome. Get there early to sign up; spaces are limited!
Prof. Matar, Libyan author and member of Barnard's English faculty, answers questions on Libya through The New Yorker's "Ask the Author" webpage.
Panelists examine the visual representations of the “New Woman,” the transgressive epitome of modern femininity, from her inception in the late nineteenth century through the interwar period and beyond.