race and ethnicity
Ritchie’s new book Invisible No More provides striking insights into the need for police reform.
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture—an institution integral to Barnard’s Harlem Semester—has been newly renovated thanks to the architecture firm led by Claire Tow Professor of Professional Practice and Department of Architecture Chair Karen Fairbanks.
Paige West, Claire Tow Professor of Anthropology and author of Dispossession and the Environment: Rhetoric and Inequality in Papua New Guinea, was the recipient of the Columbia University Press Distinguished Book Award.
Professor Emerita Rosalind Rosenberg discusses the importance of twentieth-century activist and scholar Pauli Murray
Q & A with Professor Tina Campt on her book Listening to Images.
In August 1791, the Haitian Revolution began and ended more than ten years later with Haiti becoming the first colony in the region to win independence.