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John Wang’s installation “100+ Years at 73 Brattle,” winner of Radcliffe’s biennial art competition 

Photograph by Kevin Grady/Radcliffe Institute

Arts

John Wang ’16, winner of Radcliffe’s public art competition, reflects on art and historical perspective. 

9.28.17

John Wang’s installation “100+ Years at 73 Brattle,” winner of Radcliffe’s biennial art competition 

Photograph by Kevin Grady/Radcliffe Institute

John Wang ’16, winner of Radcliffe’s public art competition, reflects on art and historical perspective. 

9.28.17

Portrait of Ashley Fure

Fure focuses during a July workshop for The Force of Things: An Opera for Objects.

Photograph by Marina Levitskaya/ Courtesy of Peak Performances @ Montclair State University

Composer Ashley Fure wants people to listen to noise.

9.27.17

Courtesy of PBS

Harvard experts provide access to Vietnamese sources on the war.

9.11.17

Celeste Ng

Photograph © Kevin Day Photography

Celeste Ng’s nimble second novel traces a cross-cultural drama in her Midwestern hometown. 

9.8.17

Danielle Allen

Courtesy of Kris Snibbe/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Allen’s new book excoriates both the justice system and a parallel universe of gang rule. 

9.8.17

The front of the sleeve from a Dunster Dunces album, which included arrangements of George Gershwin and Irving Berlin, as well as original compositions

Courtesy of Jonathan Aibel

A look (and listen) back at the Dunster Dunces

8.25.17

Akhil Sharma

Photograph by Nicholas Prakas

Akhil Sharma is less interested in ideology in itself than in politics as a backdrop to emotional conflict.

8.14.17

Members of the Asian Tour sing on the steps of Dubrovnik Cathedral in August 1967.

Photograph by Hal Gibbons

Fifty years after they sang their way around the globe as undergraduates, they returned to Cambridge with full hearts and voices. 

8.9.17