Faculty In the Press
- Michael Woodsworth's Battle for Bed-Stuy: The Long War on Poverty in New York City appeared in New Yorker on 09-28-2016
- CCS Bard Director Tom Eccles Among the Most Powerful People in the Art World appeared in artnet on 09-20-2016
- Francine Prose on the Music of Blighted Dreams appeared in New York Review of Books on 09-15-2016
- Bard's Jeff Jurgens Takes a Tour of Berlin, Guided by Refugees appeared in The Atlantic on 09-15-2016
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Michèle D. Dominy
Michèle D. Dominy, professor of anthropology, began teaching at Bard in February 1981. Professor Dominy's teaching interests include the anthropology of place, feminist anthropology, interpretive anthropology, the anthropology of religion, and the ethnography of communication. She has conducted long-term field research in the high country of New Zealand and Australia, and is the author of Calling the Station Home: Place and Identity in New Zealand’s High Country.