Ray Albert and Kim Cassidy
Albert has been a faculty member in the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research since 1980. The Helen Taft Manning award is given for valuable service to Bryn Mawr College.
Taylor Hall
The $25 million commitment will be used to fund several current initiatives including a variety of international programming and the renovation of the Park Science Center. 
Sanam Sheriff '18 stands at a microphone as she performs her poetry
Over winter break, Sanam joined artists from across the globe at the Winternachten International Literature Festival to present her poetry on an international stage.
Rachel Silverman and Jonathan Rubenstein
Directed by the Leadership, Innovation, and Liberal Arts Center, the Extern Program provides an opportunity for students to explore their desired field/s and get a firsthand look at the work world.

Synæsthesium: Poems

Synæsthesium, which won the 2017 New Criterion Poetry Prize, opens with a section titled “Olfactorium.” Inspired by fragrances and the olfactory flashbacks (real or imagined) they induce, Moira Egan's poems are peppered with the language of perfumery, from Old Spice to Casbah.

Khartoum at Night: Fashion and Body Politics in Imperial Sudan

In the first half of the 20th century, a pioneering generation of young women exited their homes and entered public space, marking a new era for women's civic participation in northern Sudan. A provocative new public presence, women's civic engagement was at its core a bodily experience. Amid the socio-political upheavals of imperial rule, female students, medical workers, and activists used a careful choreography of body movements and fashion to adapt to imperial mores, claim opportunities for political agency, and shape a new standard of modern, mobile womanhood.


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