Bard College Names Ranjani Atur Inaugural Recipient of the Academic Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship in Classical Studies
Bard College announces the appointment of Ranjani Atur as the inaugural recipient of the College’s Academic Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship in Classical Studies, effective fall 2021. The newly established fellowship brings to Bard’s liberal arts classroom the cutting-edge research of early-stage teacher-scholars whose work takes the study of Ancient Greece and Rome in important new directions.
- Brothers@Bard Hosts National Virtual Event and Panel Discussion April 22 on Closing Opportunity Gaps for Young Men of Color
- Bach Tong ’17 Reflects on Landmark Ruling After Anti-Asian Attacks at a Philadelphia School in 2009
- Bard Alumna Emily Wolff ’10 on New Orleans’ Guaranteed Income Program Targeting “Opportunity Youth”
- Filmmaker Rebeca Huntt ’12 Receives Sustainable Artist Grant from Brown Girls Doc Mafia
- Distinguished Writer in Residence Masha Gessen on the Movement to Exclude Trans Girls from Sports
- Women’s History Month Focus: Emerald Rose McKenzie ’52
Reflecting on the Moment
Reflecting on the Moment is a collaborative initiative spearheaded by the Dean of the College in consultation with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The new series invites alumni/ae, current undergraduates, faculty, and staff to have honest conversations about the current moment we are living in the wake of a global pandemic and systemic police brutality. The aim is to present models of inclusive dialogue, to draw from the rich personal experiences and expertise of our ever-developing and ever-changing community, and to present approaches for community activism and engagement in the name of racial equity and justice.