Recent Alum Presents at Barnard College as the Summer Inclusion Grant Fellow

Recently, Corinth Jackson ’16, a rising senior at Barnard College, presented on “Black @ Barnard,” a project she worked on in conjunction with Barnard’s Archives & Special Collections Department and Digital Humanities Center (DHC). This project aimed to provide a deeper understanding of black student life at Barnard by collecting archival information and presenting it through the use of different mediums. Jackson hoped that the project would “help shed light on what being black at Barnard means.”

Click here for more information on Jackson’s role as the Inclusion Grant Fellow.
Click here for more information on the presentation.
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