A central courtyard and a glass roof transmit natural light to the heart of the museum.
Facing declining enrollments, the humanities seek to reinvent themselves.
A letter from the editor on the humanities at Harvard
The poetry critic, the publisher, and the art of bookmaking in a digital era
How to reinvigorate the humanities at Harvard is the subject of new faculty reports
A new program recognizes eight doctoral students whose ideas, innovations, and insights could change their fields.
Fifteen Harvard faculty members chosen.
An item in the history of note-taking
New Harvard online courses go beyond quantitative subjects to include “Justice,” ancient Greece
Harvard Divinity School scholar recognized for book on Muslim women and the veil
Helen Vendler on how to welcome and nurture the poets and painters of the future
A papyrus fragment interpreted by Hollis professor Karen L. King quotes Jesus speaking of “my wife.”
David Jones, Ackerman professor of the culture of medicine, works in both history and medicine.
Robert O. Doyle proposes a two-stage, “Jamesian,” model of free will.