Barnard College has launched the Post Baccalaureate Fellowship program, a learning and career development opportunity for graduating seniors.
The Digital Humanities Center, Center for Engaged Pedagogy, and IMATS hosted a three-day, virtual intensive for faculty to design assignments that critically engage with digital technologies. Our student worker, Miranda Jones-Davidis, reflects on the experience attending the institute and engaging with the curriculum.
The Digital Humanities Center, Center for Engaged Pedagogy, and IMATS hosted a three-day, virtual intensive for faculty to design assignments that critically engaged with digital technologies.
Welcome to the June 2020 issue of @barnlib. BLAIS full-time staff are working from as far north as Vermont and as far south as Georgia. From our homes to yours...enjoy!
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow for the Digital Humanities Taylor Faires will begin graduate study at the University of Michigan School of Information, (aka library school) in the fall, on a full scholarship
Alicia Peaker will join the Barnard Library Teaching, Learning and Digital Scholarship department as Digital Scholarship Librarian on March 30.
“Weigh of Showing” is a zine originally written for an Interactive Technology and Pedagogy class taught by Steve Brier and Michael Mandiberg at the CUNY Graduate Center.
An improved Digital Collections mobile site, a shiny new IMATS Patron Portal, and more!
In her second blog post of the summer, Kimberly Springer talks regrets (she has a few!) in the archives.
Summer Fellow Pamela Philips explains her project, Changing the Narrative, and the importance of reframing how we think about public housing.
Summer Fellow Kimberly Springer introduces her project, a black feminist organizational archive.
Get to know Summer Research Fellow Celia Naylor's project, "(Un)Silencing Slavery: Centering Enslaved People and Slavery at Rose Hall Plantation, Jamaica."
Summer Research Fellow Katherynn Sandoval introduces her project and her goals.
Getting to know the resources of the Milstein with our Summer Fellows.
Corinth is working in the Archives on a digital humanities inflected project
BC alums retain access to the physical library, staff, and a suite of licensed databases. (updated)
For National Student Employment Week, we're celebrating our student workers.
The Wikipedia entry for Awkwafina was created at Barnard during our 2013 Asian American editathon by then-IMATS Director Alexis Seeley.
April is packed with workshops, the continuation of the Feminist Film Series, and more.
More maps! This time ones that allow you to crowd-source geographic memories.
New this month in the Barnard Library in the Milstein Center at Barnard College, Columbia University
Thank you to everyone who joined us to discuss Algorithms of Oppression!
The Barnard DHC goes to the Scholar and Feminist Conference -- and the S&F Conference comes to the DHC!
Sylvia gushes about the opening event of the New York City Digital Humanities Week.
The DHC is thrilled to co-sponsor this year's Scholar and Feminist Conference, on the Politics and Ethics of the Archive!
The weather is freezing, but the library has events galore to keep you warm.
In this edition of the DHC newsletter, post-bac Sylvia Korman considers applying digital humanities methodologies to pre-digital texts, online glitch humor, and what they took away from the MLA conference.
This week in the DHC newsletter, explore a new tool from JSTOR that allows you to find articles that relate directly to specific lines from a source text, and the potential implications of this tool for how we read the works of the canon.
They discussed difficulties facing people of Haitian descent living in the Dominican Republic.
We're preparing for the many new faces and new events that spring semester will bring!