The award-winning novelist and Barnard alumna, Edwidge Danticat, returns to campus as the first speaker in the Africana Studies Program's Distinguished Alumnae series.
For The New York Times, Assistant Professor of French Kaiama Glover reviewed the book Harlem: A Century in Images.
New BCRW series widens the feminist conversation
Asali Solomon '95 discusses her new book, Disgruntled, and how her Barnard experience was key to her development as a writer.
On Feb. 18, 1965, Malcolm X spoke at Barnard, giving what would be his last public talk before his assassination on Feb. 21, 1965. Fifty years later, alumnae and Malcolm X experts met at Barnard to mark the historic speech.
Prof. Monica Miller talks with Quandra Prettyman about her 40+ years of teaching at Barnard and her contributions to the study of African American literature.
Barnard symposium on African Women’s Rights and Resilience features distinguished scholars and activists addressing issues facing feminists and activists throughout Africa.
History professor reflects on Mandela’s influence around the world
Abosede George, assistant professor of history and Africana studies, examines how migrant communities played a key role in shaping the culture, society, and infrastructure of the fascinating 19th-century port city of Lagos. Sponsored by the Forum on Migration.