A selection of stories covering the admission of women, the Harvard-Radcliffe merger, the rise of women in the faculty ranks, Harvard’s first woman president, and more
From race and colonization to genetics and paleohistory, our favorite stories about the people reshaping the study of history
Walter Johnson’s radical history of St. Louis
Our editors curate their favorite literary stories in Harvard Magazine.
Photograph by Melissa Blackall
Speakers discuss history, progress, hope, and home.
An exhibition maps the making of a metropolis.
Vincent Brown writes war, empire, and slaves’ agency into the history of Atlantic slavery.
Photograph by Rose Lincoln/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
Literature professor Elisa New spearheads an online poetry course for talented students in underserved high schools.