The Zine Library is physically closed until further notice, but zine library staff are active. Email zines@barnard.edu with questions, for research support, or to learn more about our growing COVID19 zine collection.
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Big Problems: Making Sense of 2020 Zines

Coping with My Systemic Overload in a Pandemic by [name withheld] BC '24 2020

My Experience as a Barnard International Student in the Age of Covid-19 by Ejen Liu BC '24, 2020
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Netflix & Try to Not Think About Covid by Jasmine Wang BC '24, 2020
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The Rise of Antisemitism in the United States by Ma'ayan Noy BC '24, 2020
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Other Covid-19 Zines

Blasian Women I Look Up To by Mikako Murphy BC '22, 2021
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The Least I Could Do: February 2021 by Davida Gypsy Breier, 2021

New Hearts New Bones #31, 2020

Realia 2020: A Year in Review by Hot Rod Librarian, 2020

Understanding the Far Right in Aotearoa New Zealand, 2021


From the Cataloging Backlog

New Hearts New Bones #29, 2019
 

New-to-Us Library of Congress Subject Headings

Fascism

North Island (N.Z.)

Preschool teachers

Racially mixed women

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