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December 2018

12-12-2018 New York Times Names Pam Tanowitz’s Four Quartets at Bard the Best Dance Production of 2018
12-12-2018 A Hard-Earned Victory: Al-Quds Bard Alumna Asma’ Jawabreh on Pursuing Graduate Study in London
12-11-2018 Bard College Berlin Student Who Aided Refugees Released from Greek Jail
12-11-2018 Extreme Ideologies Clash in Professor Nuruddin Farah’s North of Dawn
12-11-2018 BGIA Director James Ketterer Joins WAMC Roundtable to Discuss the Mueller Investigation, Brexit, and Instability in the EU
12-11-2018 Barbara Hahn and Thomas Wild on the First Critical Edition of Hannah Arendt’s Complete Works
12-05-2018 Bard Berlin Student Activist Sara Mardini, Imprisoned in Greece for Aiding Refugees, to Be Released
12-05-2018 Novelist Dinaw Mengestu among Authors Representing the Boundlessness of Contemporary Black Literature
12-04-2018 Occupy Hungary: A Student’s Inside View of the Protest to Keep CEU in Budapest
12-04-2018 Writer-in-Residence Wyatt Mason on How the Myth of the Hedonistic Artist Lost Its Allure
12-04-2018 Bard MFA Faculty Malik Gaines Receives Creative Capital / Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant
12-04-2018 Senator Elizabeth Warren Addresses Second Annual Bard Women and Leadership Summit
12-04-2018 Kickstarter Pushes Creators to Go Green Via New Environmental Resource Hub Designed by Bard College Fellow
12-04-2018 Sara and Yusra Mardini Named Finalists for MIT Media Lab Disobedience Award
12-04-2018 Poet Celia Bland’s Cherokee Road Kill Is Her “Finest Work Yet”
12-04-2018 Sculptor Rose Nestler’s Video Installation Gymnasia Features Bard College’s Blithewood Garden

November 2018

11-30-2018 Statement on Bard College's Relationship with the Central European University
11-27-2018 Poets Lauterbach and Wier Announce Harvard’s New John Ashbery Reading Library
11-27-2018 Roger Berkowitz Lectures on Thinking in Dark Times at University of New England
11-27-2018 Poet Robert Kelly to Give Reading at Bard Hall on Thursday, November 29 
11-27-2018 Bard Professor, Poet Dominique Townsend on the Strange Process of Writing Poetry for Hollywood
11-27-2018 Bard Men’s Basketball Team Wins Bulldog Tip-Off Tournament
11-27-2018 NPR Producer Nsikan Akpan ’06 Explores the Science of Fires and Ways to Mitigate Their Impact
11-20-2018 What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger: Professor Justin Hulbert’s Research on Psychological Trauma and Memory Control
11-20-2018 Myra Young Armstead’s Research Describes How Resorts Offered Safe Havens for Black Americans During Jim Crow
11-18-2018 Bard MFA Student Alisha B. Wormsley Wins Carol R. Brown Creative Achievement Award
11-17-2018 Bard Alumna Eva LeWitt’s Art Career Blossoms
11-17-2018 Picture Industry: A Provisional History of Technical Image, 1844-2018
11-17-2018 Why Prison Reform Must Include Pell Grant Access
11-16-2018 Saudi Arabia: Review the Bidding Now, Writes Bard Diplomat in Residence Frederic C. Hof
11-15-2018 “I Am Not That Woman”: An Interview with Artist Josephine Sacabo '67
11-14-2018 Joseph Luzzi’s Eight Books That Changed America
11-14-2018 Richard Aldous: Is This the Best One-Volume Biography of Churchill Yet Written?
11-12-2018 James Ketterer Joins WAMC Roundtable Panel on Veterans Day
11-12-2018 Interview: Isabella Rossellini Talks about "Link Link Circus" at Bard's Fisher Center
11-12-2018 Daniel Mendelsohn on PBS: 27 Centuries of The Odyssey
11-11-2018 Professor Sean McMeekin: It Was Never Quiet on the Eastern Front. Still Isn’t.
11-10-2018 The Orchestra Now (TŌN) Continues Popular Free Concert Series In and Around New York City This December
11-09-2018 At 80, Bard Professor Joan Tower Says Great Music Comes “in the Risks”
11-09-2018 Contemporary Arts Museum Houston Welcomes New Curator, Rebecca Matalon ’07
11-09-2018 Bard Graduate Center Collaborates on Ofrenda to Celebrate Day of the Dead at Brooklyn Cemetery
11-07-2018 Omar Encarnación: Bolsonaro Can’t Destroy Brazilian Democracy
11-07-2018 New Annandale House Nominated for Dwell Magazine’s 2018 Prefab Best of Design
11-07-2018 Bard Alumnus Zachary Israel ’12 Talks about Youth Turnout at Midterms on CNN
11-07-2018 Julie Fogliano ’95 Wins New York Times / New York Public Library Best Illustrated Children’s Books Award

October 2018

10-31-2018 This Weekend: The Orchestra Now Presents Copland’s Lincoln Portrait, Conducted by Leon Botstein
10-31-2018 President Botstein among Scholars Asked to Name Most Influential Book of Past 20 Years
10-31-2018 Bard at BPL: For 40 Undergraduates in Brooklyn, Their College Is the Library
10-31-2018 Diplomat in Residence Frederic Hof on the Challenges of Strategic Change in Syria
10-31-2018 The Book that Terrified Neil Gaiman and Carmen Maria Machado
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