Gail Archer, director of the Barnard music program, moderates a discussion with Wendy Griffiths, Kim Sherman, and Hilary Tann, exploring the rewards and challenges of composing and staging performances of new music by women.
Hassan Melehy and Joyce Johnson discuss Jack Kerouac’s life and work, exploring his constant cultural and linguistic translation between French and English.
Lucky magazine editor Brandon Holley '89 and other illustrious alumnae teach students interviewing skills and techniques.
Barnard professors Deborah Coen and Martin Stute, The New York Times' Andrew Revkin, and General Russel L. Honore, Commander of Joint Task Force Katrina and Global Preparedness Authority, explore how societies cope with natural disasters.
Join this panel of young activists under age 30 as they discuss the role of feminist activism today: featuring Lena Chen, Jessica Danforth, Sydnie Mosely, Dior Vargas and Julie Zeilinger.
This panel highlights the activism of young women who are moving forward with activist Sonia Pierre’s work, addressing the question of how international pressure impacts efforts by marginalized groups.
Ousseina Alidou and other scholars consider how women in different Muslim contexts, who may or may not identify with feminism, are engaging media to explore different understandings of Islam.
The Africana Distinguished Alumna Series honors Ntozake Shange '70, with a screening and discussion of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf, the film version of her Obie Award-winning play.