In the News
Fellow Jennifer Wright Knust's Washington Post column on Biblical Marriage, Part 1.
For parents wanting to reduce the negative influence of TV on their children, the first step is normally to switch off the television set. But a new study authored by Radcliffe fellow Anne Becker suggests that might not be enough.
Q&A With Radcliffe Institute fellow John Tiffany.
Three scholars from Harvard's Music Department received prizes at the Society for Ethnomusicology conference. Kiri Miller, PhD '05, this year's Bunting Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, was awarded for her recent Journal of the Society for American Music article "Schizophonic Performance: Guitar Hero, Rock Band, and Virtual Virtuosity."
As books turn into data and tweets are archived for posterity, how will readers and academics cope with the detritus of a digital age? The Radcliffe Institute's "Why Books?" conference—a summit on the future of books and their format, storage, retrieval, circulation, transmission, reception and use—addressed this question.
At Radcliffe, former New York Times reporter Linda J. Greenhouse ’68 and Yale Law professor Reva Siegel narrated the story of abortion from the period before the landmark Supreme Court case, granting women the right to an abortion, to the present day.