Universities and colleges -- Faculty
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of materials from Barnard College Faculty committees.
This collection consists of Barnard College Faculty Handbooks, which provides resources and information regarding Barnard policy to the College's Faculty.
This collection consists of Barnard College faculty meeting minutes.
This collections consists of biographical information on select members of the faculty, staff, and visitors to the college gathered by the Barnard College Archivists.
This collection documents the official correspondence of the faculty and administrators of Barnard College from 1889-1904.
This collection consists of a scrapbook and a folder of clippings documenting the career of Professor Gertrude Mary Hirst and her service to Barnard College.
This collection consists of the research papers and class materials of Helen H. Bacon, a former faculty member of the Greek and Latin Department at Barnard College and Columbia University. It includes materials related to her published works, lectures and talks as well as course outlines, exams and notes for classes, student papers, transcripts, diplomas, travel journals and personal correspondence.
This collection consists of the personal papers for former Barnard College faculty member, Joseph Gerard Brennan.
This collection consists of the personal papers of former Barnard College professor, Lucyle Hook.
The Margaret Holland Papers includes correspondence, handbooks, publications, and clippings from Margaret Holland's time as Barnard College's Physical Education Department Chair and materials from after her retirement.
This collection consists of the personal papers of former Barnard College faculty member and alumna, Mirra Komarovsky.
This collection consists of documents from the Office of the Provost and Dean of Faculty of Barnard College. The collection includes memorandum, correspondence, reports, and studies.
This collection contains research materials created and gathered by Barnard Emeritus Professor of History Bob McCaughey during his process of writing "A College of Her Own: The History of Barnard."
The collection consists of topical research files of former Barnard College faculty member, Rosalind Rosenberg.
Sue Larson joined the Philosophy Department at Barnard in 1965, where she taught Philosophy through the 1990s. The collection includes her philosophical writing, course curricula, and material documenting the activities of the Department of Philosophy. Larson's material may be useful to students studying Wittgenstein, animal cognition, music and emotion, 1968 counterculture, feminism, gender in education, theory of knowledge, and anyone researching the case of Linda LeClair.