Applications for the Barnard Center for Research on Women’s fall 2015 Research Assistant positions are OPEN! CLICK HERE TO APPLY!
About the Barnard Center for Research on Women:
Since our founding in 1971, BCRW has built collaborative feminist activist-academic projects, programs, and publications on subjects ranging from domestic worker organizing to prison abolition, trans feminism to the Black radical tradition, and analyses of anti-violence movement strategies to the non-profit industrial complex. We believe that the issues of our time require bold and rigorous feminist research and education coordinated with grounded action.
About the BCRW Research Assistant position:
BCRW Research Assistants work 2-6 hours per week. Students work on projects in coordination with BCRW staff, including:
a) Digitizing BCRW’s archives.
b) Organizing and coordinating event logistics and outreach.
c) Promoting BCRW events and publications.
d) Amplifying BCRW on Facebook and Twitter by curating content.
e) Creating blog posts and podcasts about BCRW programming and social justice feminism broadly.
f) Assisting academic and activist fellows in their research.
Want to be involved in planning exciting and engaging events like the Queer Survival Economies conference and Redefining Realness: A Salon in Honor of Janet Mock? Are you interested in using media (podcasts and blog posts and social media) to highlight social justice feminism? Are you interested in creating and digitizing feminist archives at BCRW as part of creating an infrastructure for feminist futures? Then join us!
This position is open to Barnard College students. Students of color, first-generation students, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, trans and gender nonconforming students are strongly encouraged to apply!