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Ru Freeman interviews Tayari Jones about her book Silver Sparrow for the Huffington Post.
"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.
2012-2013 Radcliffe fellow Ana Mariella Bacigalupo is a noted scholar of shamanism among the indigenous Mapuche of south-central Chile.
The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study announced the 51 women and men — from across the University and around the world — who will be convening as next year's Radcliffe Institute Fellows.
Harvard's history with women is indeed complicated, said historian Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz in a talk at the Radcliffe Institute. Horowitz examined the University's shifting gender landscape, contending that while the Harvard of today has much to celebrate in regards to women, it still has room to improve.