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Daniel Torday takes on identity politics, the new generation gap, and more.

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Professor of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology Jennie Bradbury
Posted September 10th, 2018
Bradbury's projects have explored topics including Bronze Age settlement patterns and Islamic burial traditions.
Professor of English Chloe Flower
Posted September 5th, 2018
Flower's research and teaching interests include nineteenth-century literature and culture, theories of material culture, histories of childhood, and gender and sexuality studies.
Community meeting to discuss findings from the study, held July 31, 2018, at Al-Quds University
Posted August 17th, 2018
Byers and his colleagues have been working with social work clinicians in the Palestinian West Bank for the last year and a half on an extensive qualitative study.
Professor Linda-Susan Beard
Posted August 15th, 2018
“The statement is brilliant in its ability to do double duty: to offer an attack that is simultaneously racialized and gendered.”
Professor of Social Work Raymond Albert
Posted August 15th, 2018
Professor Albert served the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research (GSSWSR) and the College in numerous capacities over the course of 38 years. 
Kim Cassidy
Posted July 12th, 2018
Ann Logan, Chair of Bryn Mawr College's Board of Trustees, announces the reappointment of Kim Cassidy for a second five-year term as President of Bryn Mawr College.
Lillian Burroughs receives her service award
Posted June 27th, 2018
Every summer, staff gather for a picnic to celebrate the end of the academic year and to honor the achievements of their colleagues.
Billie Jo Ember
Posted June 21st, 2018
The grant will allow Ember to attend the 2018 Fulbright International Education Administrators Seminar in Germany. 
Posted May 18th, 2018
AMICAL brings together 27 institutions of higher education located in 21 countries across Europe; West and North Africa; the Middle East; Central and Southern Asia; and Russia.
students taking selfie at commencment
Posted May 16th, 2018
The more than 300 undergraduate members of the Class of 2018 will receive their degrees at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 19. Convocation is scheduled for Friday, May 18.