Playwright Delighted to be Mired in Tragedy

Boston Globe
Friday, December 6, 2013
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Boston Globe interviews playwright and director Sean Graney RI '14 about his project to adapt all 32 Greek tragedies into a 12-hour theatrical event.

Neutrino Hunters: A Detective Story with Cosmic Implications

Big Think Blog
Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Fellow Ray Jayawardhana, hailed as "the new dean of popular science," will explain the implications of neutrino research. The quest to find the neutrino is the subject of Ray Jayawardhana's new book. 

Radcliffe Fellow Julie Orringer Blends History, Ficton

The Harvard Crimson
Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Julie Orringer, a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute, spoke on the ability of novels to convey truths through fiction in a lecture. Orringer discussed the ways in which writers blend history with their own speculation and inventions into a cohesive story.

A Character Fit for a Novel

Harvard Gazette
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
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Julie Orringer RI '14 is working on a novel about Varian Fry, a Harvard graduate who saved more than 2,000 artists and anti-Nazi activists in occupied France during WWII.

New England Literary News

The Boston Globe
Sunday, December 1, 2013

The Boston Globe highlights fellow Julie Orringer's talk on the art of historical novels.

"Feminine Mystique" at 50

Harvard Gazette
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
It Changed My Life_photo by Kris Snibbe Harvard Staff Photographer

How Betty Friedan built The Feminine Mystique and the sometimes ecstatic, sometimes irate response to it are illuminated in a Schlesinger Library exhibit marking the book's 50th anniversary.

The Week Ahead: Theater, Galleries, and Museums

The Boston Globe
Thursday, November 21, 2013
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The Boston Globe Critic's Pick: Radcliffe fellow and painter Elise Adibi mixes essential plant oils used in aromatherapy with her oil paint in abstract works that inevitably call us back to our bodies. Exhibit open through December 20. 

Abbate Named University Professor

Harvard Gazette
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
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Carolyn Abbate RI '06, one of the world's most accomplished and admired music historians, has been named to become a University Professor, Harvard's highest honor for a faculty member. In 2005, she came to Harvard as the Fanny Peabody Professor of Music and served as the first Radcliffe Alumnae Professor at the Radcliffe Institute.

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