Apr 12

Barnard Teaches Panel: Sunsetting/Preserving


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. 

Flyer for Barnard Teaches Panel. Primary text reads The Past, Present, and Future of Barnard Teaches in bold orange font. Just below this, Sunsetting/ Preserving with a QR code and further, Embodied/ Remote Learning with another QR code. The right side of the flyer features a small image and brief text about the panel series.



Tuesday, April 12, 2022  10-11am

  • Moderated by Alicia Peaker, Associate Director of the Digital Humanities Center 
  • Panelists:
    • 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


Embodied/Remote Learning

Wednesday, April 13, 2022 10-11am

  • Moderated by Melanie Hibbert, Director of IMATS (Instructional Media & Academic Technology Services) and the Sloate Media Center 
  • Panelists:
    • 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