Anthony Amore, M.P.A. ’00, comments on a Rotterdam museum’s loss.
A new book by Harvard scholars Theda Skocpol and Vanessa Williamson attracts attention as the presidential primary season begins.
Adam Goodheart’s new book explores the Civil War.
In a new book, Joe Flood ’04 tells the story of the epidemic of fires that ravaged New York City in the 1970s.
Edward Kohn ’90, a historian at Bilkent University, shows how the crisis influenced the political careers of Theodore Roosevelt and William Jennings Bryan.
Michael Winerip reflects on being in the younger generation of boomers.
Arianne Cohen ’03 celebrates “life from on high” in a new book that discusses tall people’s perspectives and prospects.
A New Yorker article explores the Lowell House bells’ journey back to Russia—and how they came to be at Harvard in the first place.
An archival look at presidential inaugural talks, and a contemporary, amusing historian’s take on the often-clunky, but increasingly populist, first-day rhetoric.
Journalist David E. Sanger’s new book outlines the huge international security challenges facing the new administration.
Roger Angell ’42 resumes writing his light name-dropping, year-end verse, “Greetings, Friends!”
The Obama win, and the changes in American society it portends, came too late for some. Roger Angell remembers one of those individuals.
The late Norman Mailer ’43, a prolific and pugnacious author, apparently wrote a lot of letters to go with his many published works—some 50,000 letters archived by Michael Lennon, according to The New Yorker…
Arianne Cohen ’03—a onetime Harvard Magazine Ledecky Undergraduate Fellow— is publishing a second book—The Tall Book: A Celebration of Life on High, which promises “a fascinating and informative look into the world of tall people”…
Somehow, in the years since, Corsi has segued from political science to a different kind of political art, and has found different purposes for his prolific writings—and a much different tone for them. As author of Unfit for Command: Swift Boat Veterans Speak Out Against John Kerry, he…