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Prof. Alan Dye comments on warming relations between the U.S. and Cuba
economicsglobalCaribbean, Central and South AmericaUnited States of AmericaAlan DyeEconomics professor Alan Dye recently appeared on PIX11 News to discuss how the loosening of trade and travel restrictions between the United States and Cuba will im
Economics professor Alan Dye recently appeared on PIX11 News to discuss how the loosening of trade and travel restrictions between the United States and Cuba will impact Cuba's economy. Prof. Dye points out that while American visitors to Cuba will indeed be able to bring back specialty items such as tobacco, the economic implications for Cuba remain very limited. Watch the clip: Prof. Alan Dye joined Barnard's faculty in 1995, and he is an affiliate member of Columbia University's Department of History and INstitute of Latin American Studies. His teaching includes courses in the economic history of Latin America and Europe, and institutional economics applied to organizations, innovation and political economy. His current research focuses on the political economy of the institutions of trade protection and imperialism, with a current project on the relationship between prerevolutionary Cuba and the United States.
COOL projects are unfolding at Barnard, like using an app for a broader-based study of genetics, taped lectures allowing for more classroom discussion, a digital map of Pompeii providing insight into the role of graffiti in an ancient urban environment, and more. Explore developments in online learning on the Committee on Online and On-Campus Learning (COOL) website.COOL Projects Unfold at Barnard | Barnard Collegebarnard.eduBusy students find valuable study time on the go without lugging around huge textbooks. Enthralled alumnae watch dance performances celebrating the College’s history. The world learns about an ancient society in a new way. All of these are projects of Barnard’s Committee on Online and On-Campus Lear…
Ways to Celebrate #29: It's Margaret Mead '23's birthday today! Visit the American Museum of Natural History and check out the Hall of Pacific Peoples named after the pioneering anthropologist. #Barnard125125 Ways to Celebrate Barnard's 125th Anniversarywww.pinterest.comPin it if you did it! Throughout the 2014-2015 academic year we will be pinning 125 ways that you can join us in celebrating our anniversary. #Barnard125
This Thursday at 2pm: Join Professors Paige West and J.C. Salyer as they deliver this year's Distinguished Lecture in Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History.Prof. Paige West and Prof. J.C. Salyer to deliver Distinguished Lecture in Anthropology at the...barnard.eduTwo Barnard faculty members have been selected to deliver this year's Distinguished Lecture in Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History. Prof. Paige West, of the anthropology department, and Prof. J.C. Salyer, term assistant professor of professional practice in sociology, joined by Pr…