US Legal System A Weapon Against Native Peoples

Indian Country Today
Thursday, May 12, 2016
Photo by Tony RinaldoPhoto by Tony Rinaldo

Indian Country Today shares topics discussed at Radcliffe's Native Peoples, Native Politics conference.  

Hearing Culture

Harvard Arts Blog
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Photo by Matika WilburPhoto by Matika Wilbur

The Harvard Arts Blog says: "Photographer Matika Wilbur lights up talking about the women in her images in "Seeds of Culture: The Portraits and Stories of Native American Women." Her smile widens as she shares the memories of time spent with the women in Native American territories across the country. She is equally given to a somber air as she describes the sobering realities that inspired her to begin her project." 

‘Seeds of Culture’: Matika Wilbur Tells Women’s Stories

Indian Country Today
Sunday, May 8, 2016
Photo by Kevin GradyPhoto by Kevin Grady

Indian Country Today features the exhibition by Matika Wilbur, who brought more than her finely-crafted photographs of American Indian and Alaska Native women to the opening of her exhibit at Harvard's Radcliffe Institute.

Forging A Path for Native American Studies

The Harvard Crimson
Friday, May 6, 2016
Photo by Hayoung HwangPhoto by Hayoung Hwang

The Harvard Crimson featured the Radcliffe Institute's Native Peoples, Native Politics conference in its report on Native American studies and offerings at Harvard. 

Photographing Native American Cultures

The Harvard Gazette
Thursday, May 5, 2016
Photo by Jon ChasePhoto by Jon Chase

Almost four years after beginning her journey, photographer Matika Wilbur has arrived at Harvard with 25 selections from her ongoing work, Seeds of Culture: The Portraits and Stories of Native American Women. Wilbur visited close to 350 tribes and shot thousands of photographs. 

Planting Seeds of Culture

Harvard Magazine
Thursday, May 5, 2016
Photo by Kevin GradyPhoto by Kevin Grady

Harvard Magazine reviews photographer Matika Wilbur’s Radcliffe exhibit on Native American communities. 

From Fresh Food to Magic Mushrooms

The Harvard Gazette
Monday, May 2, 2016
Photo by Stephanie MitchellPhoto by Stephanie Mitchell

Radcliffe fellow Michael Pollan is exploring a budding rebirth of psychedelic drugs, all but banned since the 1960s. “This has been a different kind of reporting for me. Interviewing people with cancer diagnoses—who are thinking about death—and talking about death with them,” Pollan said.

A Childhood Obsession Blossoms into a Life of Lives

Pulitzer.org
Sunday, May 1, 2016
Photo by Tony RinaldoPhoto by Tony Rinaldo

I have always thought of myself as a writer. It’s hard to say where I got that notion — maybe from being naturally comfortable living in my own head. My mother’s memory: I am standing with my back against the crib’s railings, facing the wall instead of looking outward toward the room. “What a strange baby,” she probably thought, or as she more gently put it when telling me about my early habit, “I thought that was interesting.”

Native American Artist Focuses Lens on Women’s Rights

The Harvard Crimson
Friday, April 29, 2016
Photo by Helen YuPhoto by Helen Yu

Native American artist Matika Wilbur addressed issues of cultural marginalization and the violation of women's rights in indigenous populations through her photography exhibition at the Radcliffe Institute. 

TV Confessions: Gail Mazur

The Boston Globe
Thursday, April 28, 2016

Mazur, a poet who lives in Cambridge and Provincetown, is the Senior Distinguished Writer-in-Residence at Emerson College, founding director of the Blacksmith House Poetry Series, and a former fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study speaks with the Boston Globe for its TV Confessions column. 

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