Photograph by Kris Snibbe/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
The legal historian will become dean on July 1.
Photograph by T.J. Kirkpatric
William Sellers aims to expose a new generation to America’s origins.
Photograph by Jim Harrison
A theatre troupe aims for higher ed.
Silhouette by Joseph Cranston Jones from The Tree Named John by John B. Sale, The University of North Carolina Press, 1929
The power and legacy of African-American folktales
Photograph by T.J. Kirkpatrick
A historian tracks the craft-beer boom, and the evolution of American taste.
Photograph courtesy of Moorland-Spingarn Research Center/Howard University
Rediscovering Alain Locke and the project of black self-realization
Courtesy of the Mahindra Humanities Center
Documentarian Frederick Wiseman is the first filmmaker to deliver a Norton Lecture.
Photograph by Tia Chapman
“I don’t think slavery ended in 1865 —I think it just evolved. I think it turned into decades of terrorism and violence and lynching.”