The part of the brain that stores memories also actively predicts the future behavior of others.
The political economy of a continent at cross-purposes
Creative partnerships between government, non-profits, and investors may lead to more effective social services spending.
Firms are profitable, but the nation’s living standards aren’t rising.
Highlights from the second University-wide Harvard Initiative on Learning and Teaching conference
A new program recognizes eight doctoral students whose ideas, innovations, and insights could change their fields.
Fifteen Harvard faculty members chosen.
Eight professors honored
Faculty expertise on terrorist behavior, from the magazine’s archives
Brief life of an uncommon educator: 1912-2002
Paths toward employment for low-income blacks and Latinos
Randall Kennedy probes the “variousness” of charged racial issues.
A distinguished panel considers why Congress failed to pass economy-wide measures to cap carbon emissions.
The pediatric psychiatrists’ book depicts emergency-room experiences with mentally ill children.