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This collection consists of materials from the Barnard College Art History Department.
This collection contains 1700+ folders of feminist ephemera collected by the Barnard Center for Research on Women on topics such as women, gender, activism, labor, sexuality, healthcare, marriage, psychology, development, and law.
This collection consists of the Barnard Literary Magazine, which was first published in 1974. This sporadically published literary magazine showcased Barnard and Columbia students’ poems, fiction, and occasionally artwork.
This collection contains socialist and second wave feminist research files and publications including journal articles, pamphlets, transcribed speeches, and magazines.
Dianne Smith (born 1965) is a contemporary artist working from Harlem, New York. The contents of the Dianne Smith Papers include her art making and art practice materials, her teaching materials, personal and family documents, and photographs.
This collection consists of the student-published literary magazine, Emanon.
This collection consists of the Barnard College feminist arts journal, Eve's Rib.
This collection consists of Focus on Barnard magazine, which was first published in 1948, and was the sole literary magazine at Barnard College.
This collection contains issues and the archived website of the Journal of Art Criticism (JAC).
This collection consists of zine distros, stickers, photographs, clippings, and t-shirts from zinester, Lauren Martin.
This collection consists of materials that document the history of the Program in the Arts (1970-1989) at Barnard College.
This collection documents Sabra Moore’s involvement in the Women’s Art Movement, Women’s Caucus for Art, Women Artists in Revolution, Heresies Collective, and other feminist artist groups based in New York City from the 1970s to the mid-1990s. The collection consists of flyers, publications, artwork, t-shirts, correspondence, photographs, and protest ephemera conceived of, and created by, Moore and her artist colleagues.
This collection consists of 2 VHS recordings and 8 t-shirts from zinester, Sara Jaffe.