The anthropology major will travel to Ladakh, India, to draw on Buddhist environmental ethics in the fight against climate change.
From bird-watching to growing sprouts, this toolkit — sourced from campus community members — offers actionable advice for Earth Day.
The Department wishes to congratulate Anthropology major Tanisha Reddy, who has been awarded a Barnard Tow Summer Research Fellowship for her project “Buddhist Environmental Ethics: Climate Adaptation and Activism in Ladakh.”
Three alumnae reflect on how Barnard shaped their academic journeys as Mellon Mays Fellows.
The Department of Anthropology is very happy to announce that Senior Morgan Lawrence has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to Brazil for her project “Harm, Reproduced: Iatrogenesis Before and Beyond Maternity.”
The Department wishes to congratulate Anthropology major Zilan Qian, who has been awarded a Barnard Tow Summer Research Fellowship for her project "How Chinese are We?: Exploring Naming Patterns and Cultural Identities Among Young Chinese Singaporeans.”
Let’s all congratulate Renata Happle who received the Tow Summer Research Fellowship Award for her senior thesis:" On the Political Ecology "Waikato to Whanganui: Legal Models for Indigenous-Settler Co-Governance of Rivers in Aotearoa New Zealand."
“We are pleased to announce that Nan Rothschild, Prof. Emerita of Anthropology at Barnard, with her co-authors, has won this year’s Popular Book Award of the Society for American Archaeology for Buried Beneath the City: An Archaeological History of New York (2022, Columbia University Press).
The College is excited to immerse students in the world of Indigenous studies with a new interdisciplinary minor.