Faculty In the Press
Erik Kiviat '76 Scours the Meadowlands for the Elusive Clam Shrimp appeared in NorthJersey.com
The Situation-Room Comedy: Bard Faculty Francine Prose on HBO's The Brink appeared in New York Review of Books
- Professor Ellen Driscoll's Art Explores Globalization for Siena Art Institute Residency appeared in Siena Art Institute on 08-27-2015
Bard Writer in Residence, Photographer Teju Cole Hunts Shadows in São Paulo appeared in New York Times
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Myra Young Armstead
Myra Young Armstead is a professor of history at Bard College and a faculty member of Bard’s Master of Arts in Teaching Program. She specializes in U.S. social history, with emphasis on urban and African American history. Armstead is the recipient of Danforth-Compton, Josephine de Kármán, University of Chicago Trustees, and New York State African-American Research Institute fellowships; and the Frederick Douglass Award from the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History (Sullivan County, New York, chapter).