"The Radcliffe Institute forges links among different humanities fields, as well as among the humanities, other scholarly disciplines, and the wider world. It's exciting to help create a space in which those dialogues can take place."
Our conferences, symposia, and lectures provide opportunities for leading thinkers to share groundbreaking research and practice with the public. Harvard faculty members help design these events to bring new speakers, ideas, and discussions to the University.
We sponsor workshops and seminars, led by Harvard faculty and Radcliffe Institute fellows, which support intellectual exploration and risk taking in a private setting.
We lead the Boston Area Research Initiative (BARI)—a collaborative effort between local universities and the City of Boston to connect scholars, policymakers, and civic leaders—which aims to improve the quality of research for scholars and the quality of life for citizens.
Our Harvard faculty associates, drawn from a range of Harvard schools, create our cross-disciplinary programs.
We offer faculty, undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral students a variety of opportunities to engage with scholars and practitioners through informal and structured events.