This Boston Globe editorial features Radcliffe fellow and food writer Michael Pollan commenting on the nation's fast food industry.
Sarah Howe RI '16, whom judges say "will change British poetry," was awarded the prize for her collection Loop of Jade, which examines the poet's joint British and Chinese heritage.
Composer Steven Kazuo Takasugi's "Sideshow" had its US premiere at the Radcliffe Institute. The Boston Globe reports: "'Sideshow' was music theater. Visual elements—the striped false teeth the musicians surreptitiously slipped in, the dropcloth that suddenly unveiled a taxidermied fish in a bell jar—were as essential to the experience as the sonic."
A new installation at Radcliffe by teamLab, a collaborative of engineers and artists, transforms viewers into virtual artists.
A look at notable work by Harvard authors in 2015, including work and selections by Radcliffe fellow and poet Ross Gay.
Mary Kathryn Nagle, an attorney and citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, wrote Sliver of a Full Moon so that Native women survivors of violence could share their stories.
The Harvard Gazette speaks with poet and Radcliffe fellow Ross Gay, who is a finalist for the National Book Award for his latest book of poems, Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude.
“I was born with this idea that I wanted to be an artist, because I wanted to understand what it means to be a human,” says Karole Armitage RI '16. “What it means to be alive.” She chose to write on the air with her body—and this is how she comes to know her place in the world.
Claudia Escobar RI '16, a former justice in Guatemala and now a Scholar at Risk at Harvard, says that a lack of judicial independence creates fertile ground for corruption.
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation has awarded $425,000 for the development of SHARIAsource—an online Islamic law resource founded and directed by Harvard Law School Professor and Radcliffe Professor Intisar Rabb.
Michael Pollan RI '16, the acclaimed food journalist, is a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute exploring psychedelic drug therapy. He talked with the Harvard Crimson about healthy eating hacks in college and his fellowship year so far.
The Schlesinger Library's 2015 grant recipients include researchers investigating women’s activism in STEM fields, the American labor movement, immigration reform, women oyster shuckers, the suffragist Alice Paul, and the environmental and occupational health doctor Harriet Hardy.