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Radcliffe Institute Announces 2013-14 Fellows

5.8.13

From left: Claudine Gay, Jennifer Hoffman, and Michael Kremer

From left: Claudine Gay, Jennifer Hoffman, and Michael Kremer

The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study has announced the 49 fellows—scholars and artists—who will be in residence during the 2013-2014 academic year. Fifteen, an unusually high proportion, are Harvard faculty members:

For the complete list of fellows and descriptions of their projects, visit the Radcliffe Institute website.

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