Radcliffe fellow Verena Paravel and Lucien Castaing-Taylor, both at Harvard's Sensory Ethnography Lab, are screening their co-directed "Leviathan" (2012), a wordless, sensual, and phantasmagoric portrait of commercial fishing aboard a trawler out of New Bedford, Mass., at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Radcliffe fellow Carole Perry, a scientist with Nottingham Trent University, received a prestigious Wolfson Research Merit Award from the Royal Society, the UK's national academy of science.
The Harvard Gazette asked scholars from across Harvard to reflect on the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, and how the document resonates today. Hear from President Drew Faust, first Dean of the Radcliffe Institute, and Radcliffe Institute Professor Annette Gordon-Reed.
Director and former Radcliffe fellow John Tiffany explains his vision for "The Glass Menagerie," which opens this week. Tiffany, who last year won Tony Awards for best musical and director, knows that you can't be rewarded unless you take risks.
In a new Harvard and NFL initiative, the Petrie-Flom Center at Harvard Law School "will address the ethical, legal and policy issues relevant to the health and health care of current future, and retired players," says codirector and Radcliffe fellow Glenn Cohen.
The New York Times features the notes and marginalia in Julia Child's cookbooks, now housed at the Schlesinger Library at Radcliffe.
Radcliffe brought together Harvard leaders across many disciplines—a social scientist, an education expert, an urban historian, and a playwright—to speak with an alumni audience about the city as a subject of their work.
Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" has joined the canon of great American theater. In a discussion at the Radcliffe Institute led by Dean Cohen, the director John Tiffany RI '11 and Diane Paulus '88 argued that Williams' unconventionality has been watered down over the years.
The Boston Globe features Tony Award-winning director John Tiffany—a onetime Radcliffe Institute fellow who's now directing the ART's "The Glass Menagerie"—after he talked with ART artistic director Diane Paulus about creativity and how they convinced Cherry Jones to star.
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.