The first year of the breakthrough program is inspiring a diverse cadre of determined, creative change-makers.
From the art of hand embroidery to foot binding, professor Dorothy Y. Ko illuminates the intricate intersection between gender and body in China for fashion exhibits around the world.
The Dobbs v. Jackson ruling ends federal protection of abortion rights.
This year, 11 alumnae were selected to serve as researchers, graduate students, or English teaching assistants in eight countries.
Talya Bock ’06 and Susan Pozo ’76 share their career paths in economics and advice on dealing with the economy.
A Barnard student, professor, and staff member reflect on the meaning and importance of Juneteenth.
Daniela Goodman Rabner ’22 Awarded Fourth Annual Ingeborg, Tamara, and Yonina Rennert Prize in Jewish Women’s Studies
The recent graduate received a $4,000 prize for recognition of her high standards of scholarship in Jewish studies; Emma Tabenken ’22 earned an honorable mention and $1,000.
The longtime history professor — and newly elected American Academy of Arts & Sciences member — on her quest to illuminate unexplored truths.
In celebration of 2022’s Women’s History Month (March), read about the work of 22 Barnard community members who champion feminist and gender issues.
In a Q&A, Research Scholar Nancy Woloch discusses her new biography of the leading figure of women’s higher education. #BarnardCelebratesWomensHistoryMonth