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.
Ofer Bar-Yosef dates pottery in China to 20,000 years ago, 10 millennia before the invention of agriculture.
An innovative course yields new products, services, and experiences that model the possible future of libraries.
Natasha Trethewey was a 2001 Radcliffe Institute Fellow.
Eight awarded honorary degrees at 361st Commencement exercises
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences confers its 2012 Centennial Medals
Harvard’s advanced-study center plans 51 resident academics, artists