Just an appetizer of the recent history of our school.
Barnard’s Student Artist in Residence Nami Weatherby (BC ‘23) showcased her installation They Never Told Us These Things, an audio-visual historiography centering indigenous and colonized people affected by the United States’ nuclear weapons program, in the Movement Lab this week. Deputy Arts Editor Marino Bubba reviews.
On Thursday, Senior Staff Writer Meeral Tashfeen attended a panel hosted by the Heyman Center on the newest book of Professor James Stafford, The Case of Ireland: Commerce, Empire, and the European Order, 1750-1848.
On October 10, Barnard/Columbia archaeologists and members of the Picuris Pueblo came together to discuss archaeological research through the lens of collaboration with Native communities.
On Wednesday, The Center for Science and Society hosted a lecture by Elaine Ayers – “Three Inches Deep of Wet Moss,” as a part of their New York History of Science Lecture Series sponsored by Columbia University. Ayers spoke about her moss research and its role in colonial plant transportation.
On Wednesday, the Columbia Historical Association hosted three professors to discuss publishing their recent books, writing history, and teaching it.
Last Thursday, an episode in the “In Dialogue” series—events focusing on Polish-Jewish relations throughout history—was held in Low Library. Senior Staff Writer Abby Rubel attended.
Looks cool, right Tickets for the 122nd Annual Varsity Show go on sale today! Get yours here. The show is on April 29th and 30th at 8 PM. There will also be a matinee on May 1st at 2 PM along with a night show at 8 PM. Whether or not you went to the West End […]
Sometimes we forget, but Columbia has some freaking awesome stuff. In our efforts to remind ourselves of this, we bring you a new series: Bwog Goes Deep, in which we find cool shit in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library and tell you about it. Chances are you immediately deleted it, but last week an […]
In a mood inspired by times past, Bwog has been meditating over institutional memory a lot recently. Though our community benefits from the healthy, competitive presence of at least two robust publications, many of the finer points of our contemporary experience are annually lost come May. Bwog humbly suggests that you help to remedy the […]