Conferences & Symposia
Wonder Woman crashed through Harvard's Johnston Gate, escaped the chains of patriarchy, and soared as a feminist icon in the early 20th century, argued Jill Lepore in a lecture on the superheroine's history. More
New York–based artist Kara Walker is best known for her investigation of race, gender, sexuality, and violence through silhouetted figures that have appeared in exhibitions worldwide.
Register now to join us on Monday, December 8, when Walker will explore the riddles of her life, work, and a 40-foot-tall sugar sphinx.