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Writers Speak | Richard Price in conversation with Claire Messud
Writers Speak | Richard Price in conversation with Claire Messud
Richard Price is the acclaimed author of numerous novels and screenplays. His books include Clockers (1992), Lush Life (2008), and, under the pseudonym Harry Brandt, Whites (2015). He has written many...
Hidden in Plain Sight: Family Secrets and American History || Radcliffe Institute
Hidden in Plain Sight: Family Secrets and American History || Radcliffe Institute
Hidden in Plain Sight: Family Secrets and American History A Schlesinger Library Event The theme of this discussion is the not-quite-secret histories of American families—stories hidden in plain sigh...
Tracking Shots: Migrant Itineraries - A Conversation about Art, Migration, and Citizenship
Tracking Shots: Migrant Itineraries - A Conversation about Art, Migration, and Citizenship
The Mahindra Center's Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Series on Migration and the Humanities presents A Conversation about Art, Migration, and Citizenship Speakers Bouchra Khalili David and Roberta Logi...
Should Law Foster Forgiveness? | Martha Minow || Radcliffe Institute
Should Law Foster Forgiveness? | Martha Minow || Radcliffe Institute
Should Law Foster Forgiveness? Child Soldiers, Sovereign Debt, and Alternatives to Punishment As part of the 2017–2018 Fellows’ Presentation Series at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Mart...
The Wounded World: W. E. B. Du Bois and the History of WWI | Chad L. Williams || Radcliffe Institute
The Wounded World: W. E. B. Du Bois and the History of WWI | Chad L. Williams || Radcliffe Institute
The Wounded World: W.E.B. Du Bois, African Americans, and the History of World War I As part of the 2017–2018 Fellows’ Presentation Series at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Chad L. Willi...
Origami-Inspired Artificial Muscles
Origami-Inspired Artificial Muscles
Artificial muscles could make soft robots safer and stronger. Researchers at the Wyss Institute, Harvard SEAS, and MIT CSAIL have developed a novel design approach for origami-inspired artificial musc...
Concrete heartbeat
Concrete heartbeat
An installation outside Harvard’s Gund Hall is more than just a bench. It collects real-time data on city activity and translates it into interactive soundscapes. Graduate School of Design Professor A...
Harvard students help in food recovery and donation program
Harvard students help in food recovery and donation program
Since 2014 Harvard University has been teaming up with local non-profit, Food for Free on a food recovery and donation program that works to curb food insecurity in Cambridge and Boston by “bridging t...
Nature and Health – Inextricably Linked
Nature and Health – Inextricably Linked
Sally Jewell, former Secretary of the Interior for the United States, will discuss her career path and leadership advice on the Voices in Leadership program on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017.
The Diabetes Epidemic: The Latest on Treatment and Prevention
The Diabetes Epidemic: The Latest on Treatment and Prevention
Despite decades of research and relentless messaging about the importance of diet and exercise, type 2 diabetes remains a major threat to the lives of millions of Americans. As new diagnoses in some p...