History professor answers questions about her research and the evolution of seismology.
Political science professor pens piece for Foreign Affairs.
This year marks two important anniversaries for Zora Neale Hurston ’28, a preeminent writer of the Harlem Renaissance. To celebrate them, Barnard Magazine recently published two essays that broaden our understanding of this unique American writer.
Barnard joins with the nation in expressing deepest condolences to the brave and grieving citizens of Newtown, Connecticut.
Join President Spar for an Open Forum
Tuesday, December 18 at 6:00 p.m.
Judith Shapiro Faculty Room (Second Floor, The Diana Center)
The Barnard International Artist Series kicked off in November 2012 with a documentary about a Chinese taxi driver living in an artist community outside of Beijing.
Psychology professor pens opinion piece adapted from her forthcoming book, On Looking: Eleven Walks with Expert Eyes.
Economics professor quoted in an article about the fiscal cliff and the most recent monthly job report.
American Antislavery Writings: Colonial Beginnings to Emancipation compiles fiction, non-fiction, poems, sermons, plays, children’s books, and more.
One of the questions I get asked all the time is “why is college so expensive?” It is a question that has exploded now beyond the confines of academia into the realm of policy debate and popular media. It is a good question, and one that eludes simple explanation.
Essays in Barnard Magazine mark two key anniversaries for the preeminent Harlem Renaissance writer, Zora Neale Hurston '28.