In recent years, scholars have begun to pay more attention to the processes by which anti-Black violence, hierarchies of gender, and coloniality create and mediate the instability of global ecosystems. By meditating on the work of key contemporary Black women eco-artists, Dr. Frazier's talk examines the possibilities that emerge when race, gender, and decoloniality reconfigure traditional pedagogical perspectives in the environmental humanities.
The (Virtual) Writing Center
Zoom link: Thesis-Writing Group Zoom link
Open to Barnard students in any major, at any stage of the thesis-writing process. Connect and discuss ideas with peers; meet with a Writing Fellow; or work quietly in a collaborative space. No pressure or hard deadlines; make what you want of it!
For more resources check out CEP Thesis Process Guide: https://cep.barnard.edu/thesis-process-guide.
All Writing Center appointments are virtual and open Monday - Friday. Hours vary by day from 9 am - 9pm EST.
Barnard and Columbia students may make an appointment in the Writing Center. Barnard students may use the Center for any course; Columbia students may use it for Barnard courses.
Share a google link or document of your draft, the assignment/prompt, the texts you’re referring to, bring anything you think will be helpful in your conference. If you don’t have a complete draft, bring your ideas or notes! Writing Fellows are happy to discuss your essay at whatever stage you're at in writing it.