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Bard in the Press

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June 2018

06-19-2018 Bard Receives Grant from Lumina Foundation’s New Fund for Racial Justice and Equity
06-19-2018 Professor Elmira Bayrasli's Project FPInterrupted Featured in New York Times
06-18-2018 The Places That Inspire Filmmaker and Bard Alumna Gia Coppola ‘09
06-17-2018 A Book and a Sword in the Vilna Ghetto: Professor Cecile E. Kuznitz Reviews David E. Fishman’s Book Smugglers
06-16-2018 Sacrificial Speech: Professor Shai Secunda Reviews Mira Balberg’s Blood for Thought
06-15-2018 Holding On to the Good Things: Professor Richard Aldous Reviews Roger Scruton’s Book Conservativism
06-13-2018 Blacklist Star Megan Boone on Completing Her MBA in Sustainability
06-13-2018 The Big Takeover Comes to Bard on June 23
06-12-2018 Opinion: Bard Professor Walter Russell Mead on Trump’s Iran Gambit
06-12-2018 Bard High School Early College in Cleveland Graduates Its First Four-Year Cohort
06-12-2018 Interview: Novelist and Distinguished Visiting Professor of Written Arts Joseph O’Neill
06-12-2018 Bard’s Omar Encarnación Reports on the Outlook for Spain’s New Socialist Government
06-12-2018 Ronan Farrow ’04 Tops Adweek’s List of Writers and Editors Who Are Changing the National Conversation
06-11-2018 Joseph Kim, Bard Student and North Korean Defector, Says Human Rights Should Be on the Table at Singapore Summit
06-05-2018 Bard’s Dan Gettinger ’13 on U.S. Military’s Decision to Base Drones in Greece
06-05-2018 Research by Bard Economist Pavlina Tcherneva Shows Next Recession Will Be Doubly Painful for Majority of Americans Who Have Lost Ground during the Current Recovery
06-04-2018 The Orchestra Now (TŌN) Announces 2018–19 Performance Season
06-03-2018 Bard Research Professor Gidon Eshel on New Study That Quantifies the Impacts of Meat and Dairy Farming
06-03-2018 Bard Alum and Graduate Vocal Arts Faculty Lucy Dhegrae MM ’12 Performs in Opera Premiere June 8–10
06-01-2018 The Tchaikovsky Papers, Edited by Bard Professor Marina Kostalevsky, Restores Censored Passages about the Composer’s Homosexuality

May 2018

05-29-2018 Artist and Curator Tiona Nekkia McClodden Named 2018–19 Keith Haring Fellow in Art and Criticism at Bard College
05-29-2018 Bard Alumnus David Rolf: Leading the Way in the Fight for Human Rights
05-29-2018 First Major Revival of Leonard Bernstein’s Peter Pan Launches Bard SummerScape
05-29-2018 Artist and Educator Shannon Ebner ’93 Named Chair of Pratt Institute’s Photography Department
05-29-2018 Association of American Colleges and Universities Awards “Civic Prompts” Grant to Bard’s Political Studies Program
05-29-2018 Interview: Bard’s Neil Gaiman Talks about Today’s “Strange” Universe, Trump, and His Book Norse Mythology
05-22-2018 The Times Singles Out Bard SummerScape’s Four Quartets in Its List of Summer Dance Festivals
05-22-2018 Opinion: Bard Professor Omar Encarnación on Argentinian President Mauricio Macri’s Failure to Deliver
05-22-2018 Debut Feature by Filmmaker Noor Gharzeddine ’14 Selected for Brooklyn Film Festival
05-22-2018 Artworks by Bard Students Featured at Freehand Hotel’s New Nightspot in New York
05-22-2018 Bard College Professor Joseph Luzzi: There’s More to Italian Fiction Than Elena Ferrante
05-22-2018 Bard CCE Senior Fellow Jonathan Cristol: “Pompeo’s Iran Speech Is Complete Fantasy”
05-15-2018 Opinion: Bard Professor of Political Studies Omar Encarnación on the Rise and Fall of the Latin American Left
05-15-2018 Bard’s Dan Gettinger Weighs In on New Pilot Program to Expand Domestic Drone Use
05-15-2018 Review: Bard Alumnus Ronan Farrow’s War on Peace: The End of Diplomacy and the Decline of American Influence
05-15-2018 Bard Student-Athletes, Teams Honored at Annual Athletic Awards Banquet
05-15-2018 Progressives Line Up Behind Jobs Guarantee Proposed by Bard’s Levy Economics Institute and Other Think Tanks
05-15-2018 Bard and Other Hudson Valley Colleges Think Green with Environmental Initiatives
05-15-2018 The Old-Timey Futurism of Singer and Multi-Instrumentalist Odetta Hartman ’11
05-15-2018 New Yorker’s Shortlist of Summer Must-Sees Includes SummerScape Opera and Bard Music Festival
05-15-2018 Bard Prison Initiative Leads National Meeting of College-in-Prison Programs
05-15-2018 Spring Talks at Bard’s Fisher Center: Tony Kushner on Leonard Bernstein
05-08-2018 Leon Botstein and The Orchestra Now Close NYC Season with “Sight and Sound: Debussy and French Painting—Beyond Realism” at Metropolitan Museum of Art
05-01-2018 Bard Historian Christian Crouch Speaks at UN Conference Marking International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery
05-01-2018 Interview: Bard Economist Pavlina Tcherneva on Calculating the Costs of a Jobs Guarantee
05-01-2018 Opinion: Adam Conover ’04 on Michelle Wolf’s Controversial Performance at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner
05-01-2018 Artist and ICP-Bard MFA Faculty Chair Nayland Blake ’82 Named MacDowell Fellow
05-01-2018 Bard’s Fisher Center Presents Suzanne Bocanegra’s My Life As an Artist Lecture on May 5
05-01-2018 Bard College President Leon Botstein Featured in Documentary on Standardized Testing
05-01-2018 Bard SummerScape to Feature World Premiere of Four Quartets, a New Interdisciplinary Dance Commission (July 6–8)
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