In a new book, All Things Shining, philosopher Sean Dorrance Kelly confronts modern nihilism with a guide for learning how to live a meaningful life.
The historian reexamines the poet.
The Radcliffe Institute’s “Why Books?” conference touches on a timely theme.
Securing a hub for interdisciplinary discourse
The Lab: Creativity and Culture sets forth a vision of multidisciplinary innovation.
The professor of African and African American studies uses multiple media to study slavery.
Applying “natural experiments” to the study of history
Harvard’s libraries deal with disruptive change.
Meet a scholar enthralled by the Romans.
Brief life of a pioneering pharmacologist: 1518-1593
Brief life of an iconoclastic individualist
Visual, audio, and interactive media are transforming the college classroom
Ledecky Undergraduate Fellow Spencer Lenfield listens to Orhan Pamuk’s Norton Lectures.
Meet the director of Harvard’s African language program.