From left: photograph by Ken Richardson, photograph by Rose Lincoln/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications, Photograph by Eric Bridiers
Eleven of this year’s 52 fellows come from within the University.
Image courtesy of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology/ © President and Fellows of Harvard College
The Peabody Museum 150th is a showcase for the origins and evolution of anthropology.
Scholarly lessons from Europe prove pertinent today.
Photograph by Anne Cusack /los angeles Times/Getty images
Linguists have documented the ability of sign languages to do all the things spoken languages can do, using three-dimensional space instead of sound.
Photograph by Jim Harrison
How linguists use sign languages to understand universal grammar
Recreating the Philosophy Chamber
Photograph from The Library of Congress
Brief life of a Native American witness to history: c. 1855-1935
Illustration by Taylor Callery
The chasm between elite academia and working-class Americans—and how to bridge it