This week we added zines made for classes: Black Feminist Portal, Feminist Architecture History, Applications in Climate and Society, and Dance Criticism plus minicomics about polyamory and sisters who visit a forest in a warehouse and fanzines about manicures and Cyndi Lauper.
As the summer semester starts up, we bring you the May 2021 issue of @barnlib. Keep reading for news and highlights from the BLAIS Staff!
This week we added a zine about herbal medications for the Real Housewives of SLC, and four issues of a zine by a queer, polyamorous nonbinary white person with Graves disease recounting their life and loves.
We added zines about relationship souvenirs, pandemic life through photographs, intergenerational space pirates, incarcerated Black women, dating, men peer educating men about accountability, civil rights survey responses from white people, prison abolition, President Trump's 75th-100th days in office, and moving to a new city.
This week we added zines about dating and going about your life while being gender-nonconfirming and polyamorous, soda fandom, tips for relaxation, a genderqueer Chicanx artist's gay root, and evidence-based medicine and its friends.
This week we added zines about the beginnings of hope as people are starting to get vaccinated, chronic illness likened to vampirism, queer and trans students of color at Barnumbia, nephrotic syndrome, building community through zine workshops, the band Idlewild, and a sketchy zine about justice for accusers and the accused of intimate violence.
With this warm weather and sunshine, we bring you the April 2021 issue of @barnlib. Keep reading for news and highlights from the BLAIS Staff!
On March 18, 2021 Barnard Zine Library staff led a STEM of Zines workshop. Here are the resources.
We added zines about Blasian women icons, Barnard first year pandemic experiences and TV picks, antisemitism in the US, quarantine life for a roller derby playing librarian in Australia, a daily photography project, and fascism in New Zealand. .
If you're a first-generation and/or low-income Barnard and are looking for access to summer course materials, please fill out the Barnard FLI Partnership Library Textbook Request Form by Wednesday, March 31.
We added zines by Big Problems students about quarantine life, 2020 music, survival tips, schooling from home, and K-Pop and a photography zine by a long-time zine maker documenting her 2020.
Wishing you all a restful break, we share the March 2021 issue of @barnlib. Keep reading for news and highlights from the BLAIS Staff!
TDSI is a virtual, intensive institute for faculty that includes one-on-one consultations, training in digital tools for the classroom, workshops on integrating digital assignments into your syllabus, and more!
“A world without police and prisons is not something we can get just by making demands of the state. A world that is genuinely safe and nourishing for us all, one without punishment or exile is one that makes demands of us: that we take care of each other.”
We've added zines about quarantine life for a Korean-American mother and daughter, reflections on friendship about ten years out from undergrad, nonbinary identity, humor and popular culture from a Beverly Hills perspective, how your cell phone is spying on you, and older zines about making one's punk, fat, queer, or gender nonconforming or way in the world, along with a button and zine catalog.
Director of AV Services Patrick Eisenhauer, Director of AV Services is leaving Barnard this week, taking the role of Director of AV at University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A belated Happy New Year! With students back on campus, we're particularly excited to share the January/February 2021 issue of @barnlib. Keep reading for news and highlights from the BLAIS Staff!
We added zines about equity in education, fast fashion, empathy, monuments (in English and Spanish), quarantine time, Keanu Reeves in conversation with Pema Chödrön, an American in Germany, an Ohio housewife who has had it with Donald Trump, and overthrowing your job.