Digging Dirt

A Mawrter-made podcast excavates the human past.


Du Bois at Bryn Mawr

By any measure, the intellectual and social legacy of W.E.B. Du Bois is extraordinary.


Dear Teecher

In her Bryn Mawr years, the great war correspondent Martha Gellhorn ’30 forged a lifelong friendship with one of her teachers: the poet and playwright Hortense Flexner.


The Trees of Bryn Mawr

So many magnificent trees thrive on campus. The Bulletin unearths their stories.


The Deanery and 'All-Over Design'

Examining Lockwood de Forest's works at Bryn Mawr.

Alessandro Giammei class

Teaching With Collections

Primary sources prove critical to learning across disciplines.

stressed image

'The Stressed Years of Their Lives'

Author: This is “the book I wish I’d had when my children were going to college."


Primary Sources: Archaeological Fieldwork and Methods

Gaining an authentic understanding of material culture.


Primary Sources: The History of the Book with Digital Methods

Students experienced the materiality of books and learned digital skills.