The Best of Beantown

Bon Appetit
Friday, January 4, 2013
Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard UniversitySchlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University

The Bon Appetit Weekender Guide on the Best of Beantown calls Julia Child fans to, "hie yourselves to Harvard Square. The Schlesinger Library at Radcliffe is home to an amazing collection of her papers and memorabilia" on exhibit through March.

Bon Anniversaire

Harvard Magazine
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Photograph by Paul Child/The Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard UniversityPhotograph by Paul Child/The Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University

The photograph is from the vast Julia Child collection in the Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute, which includes 5,000 cookbooks donated by her, her book drafts, the voluminous and often funny letters of Julia and Paul, television scripts and production notes handwritten by Paul, some 20,000 photographs, and a gaudy Cordon Bleu medal.

Word On The Street

Boston Globe
Sunday, December 9, 2012

Livesey, a Radcliffe Institute fellow this year, will discuss what can be gained and lost by drawing on the works of others in "Neither a Borrower Nor a Lender Be: Homage, Appropriation, and Influence" at 4 p.m. Dec. 10 in the Radcliffe Gymnasium.

Girls Who Rock Out

Harvard Gazette
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Photo by Rose LincolnPhoto by Rose Lincoln

Girls Rock Boston chapter founders Hilken Mancini and Nora Allen-Wiles spoke about the rock 'n' roll camp during movie night at Radcliffe's Schlesinger Library following a screening of "Girls Rock!"

Professor Challenges Theories on Elections

Harvard Crimson
Wednesday, November 28, 2012

"Election outcomes have very significant policy consequences, but the election outcomes themselves are largely random," Vanderbilt professor Larry M. Bartels declared at a Radcliffe Institute lecture.

Disruptive Music

Harvard Gazette
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Photo by Kris SnibbePhoto by Kris Snibbe

Neba Solo—an innovator on a par with Charlie Parker and Miles Davis, according to Professor Ingrid Monson—shared the music that has made him a cultural force in his native Mali.

Neba Solo: Mali’s Balafon Master

The World
Monday, November 26, 2012

For a country where music is so central to life and entertainment, the crisis in Mali has quieted many musicians in a big way. But not balafon player Neba Solo. Radcliffe fellow Ingrid Monson, an ethnomusicologist at Harvard Univesity, has been following Neba Solo’s career for years.

Neba Solo Carries Forth Musical Traditions of Mali

The Boston Globe
Saturday, November 24, 2012

The Boston Globe highlights balafonist Neba Solo who will give a rare concert at Harvard's Radcliffe Institute. Preceding it is a talk by Radcliffe fellow Monson, who has worked with Solo for many years. She studied balafon with him in Mali for six months in 2005 and accompanied the band as they played all over Mali. Her balafons are all his hand-crafted creations

Note Taking in a Clickable Age

Harvard Gazette
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Photo by Kris SnibbePhoto by Kris Snibbe

Radcliffe's "Take Note" conference explores the art and importance of effective note taking. The conference, the culmination of a four-year effort at Radcliffe to examine the tradition of books and their prospects in a digital age, brought together scholars from a range of disciplines.

After Election, South Boston Remains Swing Area

Harvard Crimson
Tuesday, November 20, 2012

The Harvard Crimson reports South Boston has become a political bellwether for statewide races. "Brown's fate in South Boston points to the problems that dogged his campaign statewide and ultimately led to his defeat," said David Luberoff, a senior project advisor for the Radcliffe Institute's Boston Area Research Initiative.

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