We're recognizing Professor Lozano for her innovative and collaborative 'Radio Immigrante' project! We've also named three runner-ups - Meredith Benjamin, Wendy Schor-Haim, and Cecelia Lie-Spahn - for their work with the Zine library.
The Barnard Zine Library is physically closed, but staff are working to collect, catalog, and provide access to zines. We are also prepared to teach classes and support research.
For our first-ever summer camp, join us at daily workshops around the theme of racial justice!
Share your voice with the Archives, add a Zine to our collection, or collaborate on documentation with the Media Center.
Barnard Library has created the Barnard Intersectional Feminist eBook Reading List to offer some vital and nourishing ebooks for Barnard students, staff, and faculty to read from anywhere.
Join Sustainability & the Design Center for Rebear's 2020 Design Challenge! Deadline extended to March 22nd.
Martha has seven years of experience working in the Barnard Archives and Special Collections
This month includes welcomes, goodbyes, and congratulations galore for our staff, as well as two installments of the Feminist Film Series and an event to honor Ntozake Shange.
Beginning Tuesday, October 1, Jill will be with us 3-6 months while we conduct a full-scale search for a permanent STEM Librarian.
Nominated by Melanie Hibbert and Alisa Rod, Premilla Nadasen is recognized for her "Maids and Madams: Nannies, Maids, and Care Workers in a Global Economy" and "Mississippi Semester" courses.
The IMATS Atrium (across from the equipment checkout room) has a comfy couch, art on the walls, and a browsing collection.
Last February, middle schoolers from the Blue School took a field trip to the Barnard Zine Library.