Barnard Teaches Panel: Embodiment/Remote Learning
In this two-day panel series, faculty will discuss the past, present, and future of the 8-year Mellon grant, Barnard Teaches: Real Place + Digital Access. Past students and their work will also be featured.
Tuesday, April 12, 2022 10-11am
- Moderated by Alicia Peaker, Associate Director of the Digital Humanities Center
- Kadambari Baxi, Professor of Professional Practice in Architecture
- Laura Blaszczak, former student and intern of the Barnard Teaches course Environmental Visualizations of NYC
- Hilary Callahan, Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Biological Sciences
- Elizabeth Hutchinson, Associate Professor of American Art History
Wednesday, April 13, 2022 10-11am
- Moderated by Melanie Hibbert, Director of IMATS (Instructional Media & Academic Technology Services) and the Sloate Media Center
- Anne Higonnet, Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Art History
- Meredith Linn, Assistant Professor of Historical Archaeology at The Bard Graduate Center
- Heather Nickels, former student of the Barnard Teaches course, A Virtual Enlightenment
- Hana Worthen, Associate Professor of Theatre and Performance Studies
Barnard Teaches is a technology and place-based learning initiative at Barnard College, funded by the Mellon Foundation. For more information, email Barnard Teaches Program Manager Sarah Greene at firstname.lastname@example.org.