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Geologist David Montgomery is a rock star. Literally. His work on landscape evolution earned him a 2008 MacArthur "genius" award, and his most recent work explores an unexpected crossroads: where geology intersects with the Bible. Montgomery will speak about his work at the Radcliffe Institute on March 26, 2015, and previews his talk in this Harvard Gazette Q&A.
"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.