Historian of science Sophia Roosth on resurrecting extinct species.
Through cat telephones and electronic dance music, scholars discuss the physical basis of sound.
Sarah Richardson presents a history of the sex chromosomes in science and culture.
Advanced Leadership fellows’ projects promote job training, better writing, mental-health care, and more
“Out of ratio” weapons are essentially ungovernable.
MGH’s resident mummy undergoes restoration and a medical exam.
Two Harvard classics professors create the first Virgil Encyclopedia in English.
A literary critic on the Great American Novel
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.