Faculty In the Press
- President Botstein: Hungary’s Xenophobic Attack on Central European University Is a Threat to Freedom Everywhere appeared in Washington Post on 04-18-2017
- Interview: Bard College Professor and Author Ellen Condliffe Lagemann Discusses the Bard Prison Initiative on WAMC appeared in WAMC on 04-17-2017
- Bard College Professor Daniel Mendelsohn Retraces Odysseus' Journey With His Father appeared in New Yorker on 04-14-2017
- Bard Professor Ian Buruma Comments on President Trump's Decision to Strike Syria appeared in Globe & Mail on 04-14-2017
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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.