Posted August 31st, 2017
Professor Catherine Conybeare, chair of the department, gave one of the keynotes at the third international congress of the Netherlands Centre for Patristic Rese.
Posted August 31st, 2017
Deborah Ahenkora '10 is the executive director and co-founder of the children’s literacy NGO, Golden Baobab, and founder of African Bureau Stories, a a pan-African publishing house.
Posted August 23rd, 2017
Author and historian Jessica B. Harris '68 gives New York Times writer Nicole Taylor a tour of the culture, history, and tastes of Martha's Vineyard.
Posted August 11th, 2017
Susan Dackerman has been appointed the director of the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University. She received her received her Ph.D. from Bryn Mawr in History of Art.
Posted August 7th, 2017
Karin Timpone '87, Global Marketing Officer at Marriott International, was recently profiled by Forbes.
Posted August 3rd, 2017
The UCDA Design Competition is an annual, peer-reviewed competition that highlights exceptional design work done to promote educational institutions.
Posted August 1st, 2017
Bernstein '91, a cultural historian at Harvard, has written a piece for The New York Times that looks at racism and the idea of childhood innocence.
Posted July 17th, 2017
NPR asked Michelle Zauner ’11 of Japanese Breakfast to give them a track by track walkthrough of the band's latest album.
Posted July 14th, 2017
Gulf News profiles Augusta McMahon '83, who led an excavation at the site of the ancient Syrian city of Tell Brak. A mass grave and analysis of the remains point to a possible long-ago civil war.

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