U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Urges State Department to Aid in Reversing Russia’s Recent Threat to Bard’s Smolny College Program
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) is urging Secretary of State Antony Blinken to support efforts in reversing the Russian government’s recent designation of Bard College as an “undesirable” organization. Bard first partnered with St. Petersburg State University 25 years ago, cofounding Smolny College, Russia’s first liberal arts college.
Bard Professor Jonathan Brent Explores the Polish Court Order Convicting Historians Jan Grabowski and Barbara Engelking of Libel for their Book about the Holocaust“Were this an isolated case, it might be understood differently than what in fact it is: part of a much wider effort of the Polish government and active elements of Polish society to silence the legitimate work of Holocaust scholarship in favor of protecting the supposed interests of the Polish state for which the narrative of Polish innocence during the Holocaust plays an important role. The present case must be seen as part of that larger effort,” write Brent and Grabowski in Tablet.
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The Tchaikovsky Papers, Edited by Bard Professor Marina Kostalevsky, Restores Censored Passages about the Composer’s Homosexuality