After at least six years of trying to complete a run of Sassy magazine, we finally have all nine volumes on an oversize shelf in the Barnard Library!
Barnard Personal Librarians can now sign up students for New York Public Library cards!
At the recent hack/doc, 40 participants worked on developing tools for Islandora, the system that powers our Digital Archive
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.
We can't believe our good fortune in hiring Columbia School of the Arts MFA '19 Josalynn Jade Smith as IMATS Senior Department Assistant.
The IMATS Atrium (across from the equipment checkout room) has a comfy couch, art on the walls, and a browsing collection.
Barnard Librarians have begun actively collecting electronic resources (databases, ebooks, etc.).
photo from the National Domestic Workers Union collection
Congratulations Kirsty Fife, Maya Garfinkel BC '19, and Alexis Pauline Gumbs BC '04!
Last February, middle schoolers from the Blue School took a field trip to the Barnard Zine Library.
For National Student Employment Week, we're celebrating our student workers.
The library has been approved to announce the new Fine Forgiveness Policy.
Charlotte Price will be co-presenting a poster at the Libary Association of the City of New York on May 3rd.
April is packed with workshops, the continuation of the Feminist Film Series, and more.
Code4Lib is a volunteer-driven collective of hackers, designers, architects, curators, catalogers, artists, etc. who largely work for and with libraries, archives and museums on technology “stuff."
The weather is freezing, but the library has events galore to keep you warm.
Jenna's panel is part of the NYCDH kickoff on February 4.
The Media Center's Feminist Film Series continues this Spring, now on Thursday nights.
The CLIR Grant team is making progress on their proposed project.
We're preparing for the many new faces and new events that spring semester will bring!
They highlighted the Design/Media Centers' work with movement and dance.
SNCC focused on voter registration and on mounting a systemic challenge to the white supremacy that governed the country’s entrenched political, economic and social structures.
Zakiya presented at The Legacy Project in Weeksville, and Marya presented at the African American History, Culture, and Digital Humanities Conference at the University of Maryland.
Appropriately, the show is titled The 1 Train is Delayed.
A student team meets weekly in the CEP to plan and produce episodes of "The 1 Train is Delayed"
For research perfomed in the Barnard Archives, Center for Research on Woman, or Zine Library. Applications due midnight ET 3/3/19.
It's a strange insight into what a certain group of American consumers was thought to desire in the 20th century.
We're lucky to have such brilliant minds at BLAIS!
It took place in Charlottesville, VA from October 8-10.
Professor Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi's Fall 2018 Course, Histories of Architecture and Feminism, Held in Barnard Archives
The class takes a conceptual approach to understanding and using archives.
It's part of Grrl Haus Cinema.
We're thrilled to work with her!
They experienced and learned about emerging technologies and applications.
Welcome Zakiya Collier, Archives Fellow, and Congratulations Suze Myers on transitioning to Design Center Advisor!
We're very excited to welcome and celebrate Zakiya and Suze!
Jen's workshop will focus on community building around POC experiences in LIS.
Barnard Instructional Application Developer Ben Rosner is the lead developer on this project.
Dive into the fraught history of immigration to the US.
The Library newsletter is now called @barnlib. Welcome to our first issue!
Marko Krkeljas is the new Software Developer & Academic Technologist, and Guy de Lancey is the new Studio Manager and Technician.
Elana Altman is the new Academic Technologist for Web & UX, and Rachel James is the new Media & Instruction Specialist.
Young Women's Leadership Initiative workshop led by Jade Levine, Jenna Freedman, and Jennie Correia
Butler 406, 406A, and 409: Barnard books out, graphic novels in.
BCRW/Archives grant, reminders about summer borrowing, and Jenna Freedman's MoMA talk.
Offsite books are starting to return to the library's new home!
Jenna Freedman presents Library Cataloging & Classification: Reifying the Default
Barnard Archives, in partnership with the Barnard Center for Research on Women is awarded $24,349 toward Preserving the Audio Recordings of The Scholar and Feminist Conference
Barnard Library staff are reuniting with our holdings soon after being separated from them for the last two years!
Nominated along with Professor Kenny: technologist Corey Tegeler.
Open Access resources are now integrated with CLIO searches.
Students, staff, and faculty got to connect with Ntozake, and hear about her work in progress on Black choreographers and dance.