Addressing the root causes of violence against women in South Asia
A transformative endowment gift from Gerald L. Chan and family
A scholar at the Center for European Studies traces the unexpected causes of the opening of divided Berlin.
The vice president on Ebola, ISIL, China, and Russia at HKS
Harvard Global Health Institute introduces a unique study-abroad opportunity, melding coursework with field experience.
Ten million pages of Tibetan literature will be stored in the library’s Digital Repository Services.
Harvard scholars recall the Tiananmen era and ponder its continuing impact
Historian Maya Jasanoff says fiction can capture the subjective experience of the past.
‘Nobel Prize of Water’ given to Harvard professor for “unparalleled contributions” to global water resource management
Information science promises to change the world.
“Out of ratio” weapons are essentially ungovernable.
From supporting farmers to probing policy, Harvard people help Myanmar remake its future.
Some legal and diplomatic initiatives are under way.
The Harvard-MIT online-learning venture undertakes a major global expansion