New York City

New York City

Transplant Imaginary: Prof. Lesley Sharp explores moral thinking in experimental science

Prof. Sharp to deliver Distinguished Lecture in Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History

December 18, 2013
Linder Theater
2:00 p.m.

Performing Arts at Barnard

At Barnard, students study the performing arts intellectually and critically, while immersing themselves in practice on campus and in the wider world of New York City.

For the Public Good: Public Accountability in NYC

A panel with Elizabeth Blackmar, Aaron Pallas, and J. Phillip Thompson
Thursday, November 7, 2013
7 PM
Julius S. Held Auditorium, 304 Barnard Hall

Join a panel of scholars as they explore the issues of transparency and accountability in the management of public good in New York City. For the Public Good is a multi-year, interdisciplinary project bringing together scholars and activists from a range of disciplines to generate a thoughtful critique of the “public good.”

Basques in New York & Beyond

A conference
Thursday, October 10, 2013
2 PM
Sulzberger Parlor, 3rd Floor Barnard Hall

Scholars from the Basque country and the U.S. explore the Basque presence in New York City and the larger United States from the 19th century to the present. Sponsored by the Forum on Migration.

Mariany Polanco '13: Educator and Leader

An English major with a double minor in psychology and urban teaching, Mariany is a certified public school teacher in New York City. She is graduating from Barnard with a career opportunity at Goldman Sachs. 

Bunge Okeyo '13: Singer-Songwriter

Bunge is a religion major who is the co-director of Columbia University's all-female a cappella group. She's also a talented jazz vocalist and a singer-songwriter.  

New Podcast Features Voices of Today's Young Feminists

BCRW has a new podcast series on young feminists! The latest episode features a conversation between Pulitzer-Prize winning author Anna Quindlen '74 and
Julie Zeilinger '15.

Spring Semester Highlights

A Range of Events—from Stimulating Speakers to Musical Interludes—Enlivens the Campus