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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.
Radcliffe Fellow, Harvard Law School Professor I. Glenn Cohen Codirects Petrie-Flom Center's Project with NFL
The New York Times features the notes and marginalia in Julia Child's cookbooks, housed in the Schlesinger Library at Radcliffe.
The Chronicle of Higher Education: Considering how much attention we lavish on the technologies of writing—scroll, codex, print, screen—it's striking how little we pay to the technologies for digesting and regurgitating it. One way or another, there's no sector of the modern world that isn't saturated with note-taking. That was more than sufficient justification for holding a conference called Take Note, held at the Radcliffe Institute.
The photograph is from the vast Julia Child collection in the Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute, which includes 5,000 cookbooks donated by her, her book drafts, the voluminous and often funny letters of Julia and Paul, television scripts and production notes handwritten by Paul, some 20,000 photographs, and a gaudy Cordon Bleu medal.