Barnard College Bibliography

A Brief Secondary Bibliography for Barnard History

Joseph G. Brennan, The Education of a Prejudiced Man (1977)

Susan Dryfoos, Iphigene: Memoirs of Ephigene Ochs Sulzberger (1981)

Virginia Gildersleeve, Many a Good Crusade (1954)

Gertrude Hirst, From a Yorkshire Town to Morningside Heights (1957)

Robert A. McCaughey, Stand, Columbia (2003)

Margaret Mead, Blackberry Winter: My Early Years (1972)

Annie Nathan Meyer, Barnard Beginnings (1935)

Annie Nathan Meyer, It’s Been Fun (1951)

Alice Duer Miller, Barnard College: The First Fifty Years (1939)

Rosalind Rosenberg, Changing the Subject (2004)

Marian Churchill White, A History of Barnard College (1954)

Lyn D. Gordon, “Annie Nathan Meyer and Barnard College: Mission and Identity in Women’s Higher Education, 1889 – 1950, History of Education Quarterly, 26, No. 4. (Winter 1986), 520-

 

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