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Radcliffe fellow ZZ Packer is known for the compelling voices that she gives to her characters, a skill that was confirmed by her performance. During the talk, she read an excerpt from a previously published short story followed by three excerpts from “The Thousands.” Her powerful reading voice added a depth and intensity to these excerpts.
Comic books and video games are part of the central focus of a Radcliffe Institute exhibition and conference exploring violence. “Where do we develop our ideas about gender and violence?” asked Harvard's Janet Rich-Edwards during opening remarks at the exhibition, which features 36 recent comic books and more.
"March is Women’s History Month and as the United States gears up for the 2016 election, I propose we salute a pathbreaking woman candidate for president," says Susan Ware, senior advisor to the Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute.
The Harvard Crimson highlights Jennifer Bornstein's new exhibition, “Two Videos,” which is a synergistic piece of art that uses seemingly distinct videos to express Bornstein’s artistry and development.
"Battering of Women in Historical and Contemporary Christian Narrative, A Theological Perspective" is an event cosponsored by the Harvard Divinity School and Radcliffe Institute as a lead in to Radcliffe's "Confronting Violence" conference, which explores activism and cultural change that can reduce violence. Here a Q&A with speaker Nancy Nienhuis.
Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Study has drawn in $42 million in gifts and pledges towards its capital campaign goal of $70 million, reports the Harvard Crimson.