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Nov 17

Evenings with the Archives presents Contingent Inclusion: Changing Visions of Barnard Admissions

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Online/Zoom
  • Add to Calendar 2020-11-17 18:00:00 2020-11-17 19:30:00 Evenings with the Archives presents Contingent Inclusion: Changing Visions of Barnard Admissions Image A portrait of the Barnard College Class of 1927. Pictured (back center left, partially obscured by tree), Zora Neale Hurston '28.Over the summer, Archives student and full-time staff collaborated with the office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to produce a text highlighting moments in the history of Barnard that speak to themes of in/equity, racial in/justice, and activism. The goal for this text is to provide a starting point and accessible primary sources for collective conversations and imagining more liberatory futures. Join us for the first of a series of conversations, Evenings with the Archives, to discuss Barnard’s history of admissions, quotas, and changing and contingent visions of inclusion. This event will be captioned. Please email Martha, mtenney@barnard.edu, with any questions or accommodations needs. Register to attend here. Please note this form is limited to people logged in to Barnard email addresses; if you do not have a Barnard email address and would like to attend, please email mtenney@barnard.edu. Online/Zoom Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public
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A portrait of the Barnard College Class of 1927. Pictured (back center left, partially obscured by tree), Zora Neale Hurston '28.
A portrait of the Barnard College Class of 1927. Pictured (back center left, partially obscured by tree), Zora Neale Hurston '28.

Over the summer, Archives student and full-time staff collaborated with the office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to produce a text highlighting moments in the history of Barnard that speak to themes of in/equity, racial in/justice, and activism. The goal for this text is to provide a starting point and accessible primary sources for collective conversations and imagining more liberatory futures.

Join us for the first of a series of conversations, Evenings with the Archives, to discuss Barnard’s history of admissions, quotas, and changing and contingent visions of inclusion.

This event will be captioned. Please email Martha, mtenney@barnard.edu, with any questions or accommodations needs.

Register to attend here. Please note this form is limited to people logged in to Barnard email addresses; if you do not have a Barnard email address and would like to attend, please email mtenney@barnard.edu.