British theater director John Tiffany, who was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study last year, workshopped his musical Once, based on the low-budget hit film about a pair of aspiring musicians, at Harvard's American Repertory Theater. The show received 11 Tony nominations.
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The prize for the very best thesis in the Harvard senior class went to two students this year, one who proposed ways to address cholera epidemics in Haiti for her thesis and another who wrote a collection of poems.
Harvard Law School Assistant Professor I. Glenn Cohen '03—co-director of the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics—will focus his fellowship on the legal and ethical issues related to travel of patients who are residents of one country to another country for medical treatment.
John Plotz, a 2011-2012 fellow and literary scholar, writes about Maurice Sendak and what "Where the Wild Things Are" and Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" have in common.
Ru Freeman interviews Tayari Jones about her book Silver Sparrow for the Huffington Post.
A daguerreotype from the Schlesinger Library is featured prominently in Jill Lepore's response to the Time magazine cover about breastfeeding.
"Beverly McIver: Intersecting Identities" at the Westmoreland County Community College Art Gallery
Angelika Kratzer's area of specialization is semantics, an interdisciplinary field located at the intersection of linguistics, cognitive psychology, logic, and philosophy.
Ana Mariella Bacigalupo was granted a Radcliffe Fellowship at Harvard for the 2012-2013 academic year to complete her book The Lives of Francisca Kolipi: Mapuche Shamans and Mythohistory in Southern Chile.
Harvard Magazine showcases Harvard faculty members selected for Radcliffe fellowship.