In celebration of Native American Heritage Month (November) and Native American Heritage Day (November 27), check out these publications from Barnard faculty members who specialize in Native American studies.
History Department News
Read about the new accomplishments of Barnard scholars.
Professor Nadasen’s seminar COVID-19 and Care Work: An Oral History Approach looks closely at COVID-19’s impact on essential workers.
The history professor aims to help students understand the causes and effects of inequity with the course Reproducing Inequalities: Family and Latin American History and Society.
A round up of the latest accomplishments by Barnard faculty.
"In keeping with the Trump administration’s determination to disincentivize migrants from coming to the United States, U.S. Customs and Border Protection often conveniently exploits asylum seekers who cannot read. Along with an unfamiliarity with our deliberately complex immigration system, the illiteracy of Central American migrants, especially women, facilitates the deportation of parents and separation of families..."
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Understanding the Present Through the Past:
Hoping to make sense of heartbreaking current events, more students are turning to the History Department’s innovative, real-world classrooms.
This special Mother’s Day edition shines a light on the government’s practice of incarcerating refugee mothers and children and the experiences of the women themselves.