On Friday, April 1st at 11AM, the Empirical Reasoning Center will be hosting a closing event featuring Visualizing Palestine as a complement to the digital display in the Library on Palestinian Voices! This event will feature Nas Abd Elal CC'20, an information designer at Visualizing Palestine.
This event will be held in person, in the ERC computer lab (Milstein 102, right next to Peet's).
This event is cosponsored by Columbia Center for Palestine Studies, Columbia Jewish Voice for Peace, and Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine.
RSVP at tinyurl.com/PalVoicesDisplay!
More info on the display:
Barnard Library's Palestinian Voices display centers and amplifies Palestinian voices in writing, art, and film. The digital display, launched on February 8th on the second floor of the Milstein Center, features a range of works by Palestinian creators, among them documentary film, poetry, graphic novels, oral history, and critical theory. A group of Barnard students, faculty, staff, and community members generously offered recommendations for featured titles on display. Most featured items will continue to be available for checkout from Barnard and other Columbia libraries. The Palestinian Voices digital display will close on April 9.
The Palestinian Voices display is part of the Digital Display program. The Digital Display program is a new library program to support our collections as tools for learning and engaging with the diversity, equity, and inclusion that is central to Barnard. The library plans to highlight a wide range of topics, to reflect diverse points of view and many avenues of scholarly inquiry.