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Latent (e)Scapes by Christina Geros Named Winner of Second Radcliffe Public Art Competition

April 10, 2014

The winning design of the second Radcliffe Public Art Competition transposes a very different kind of biome, associated with the prairies and grasslands of other parts of the country, to Radcliffe Yard.

New Installation Opens at Radcliffe in the Susan S. and Kenneth L. Wallach Garden

November 12, 2013

Saturate the Moment, a new installation by Harvard students that is a striking reflection on the relationship between art and the environment, opened in Radcliffe Yard. This piece won Radcliffe's inaugural Public Art Competition.

Esteemed Scholars Join Harvard Schools as Radcliffe Professors

October 11, 2013

Sociologist Devah Pager and human rights scholar Kathryn Sikkink to Harvard Kennedy School, and Islamic law expert Intisar A. Rabb to Harvard Law School

Radcliffe’s Schlesinger Library Awards More Than $85,000 for Research Projects on History of Women in America

October 8, 2013

Grants fund 38 projects that explore the library’s vast holdings on women’s rights and feminism, health and sexuality, work and family life, education, and culinary history.

Radcliffe Reflections on Lindy Hess

July 21, 2013

Radcliffe reflections on publishing expert Lindy Hess, who died at 63, and who had played a critical role in helping many Institute fellows reach their publication goals.

Obituary: Publishing Course Director Lindy Hess

July 21, 2013

Lindy Hess, who for 25 years was director of the Radcliffe and Columbia Publishing Courses, which helped thousands of young people enter and thrive in a publishing world evolving from books to blogs, died in July 2013.

Radcliffe Institute Recognizes Top Three Harvard Theses

May 20, 2013

The Radcliffe Institute awarded the Fay Prize to three graduating seniors whose theses set forth the most imaginative work and original research: mathematics concentrator Ashok Cutkosky, history and literature concentrator Benjamin Naddaff-Hafrey, and history concentrator Laura Savarese.

Announcing New Radcliffe Institute Fellows

May 8, 2013


The 50 artists and scholars who have been selected as fellows at the Radcliffe Institute during the 2013–2014 academic year will have a year of discovery to write books, create art, pioneer research, and bring together theory and practice.

Historian to Harvard

April 18, 2013

The innovative international scholar Tamar Herzog has been appointed the Monroe Gutman Professor of Latin American Affairs in Harvard University’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS). She also will become the Radcliffe Alumnae Professor at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Herzog comes to Harvard from Stanford University, where she has been a Professor of Latin American, Spanish, and Portuguese history since 2005. 

Actor and Arts Advocate Jane Alexander to Receive Radcliffe Medal

February 27, 2013

Radcliffe announces actor and arts advocate Jane Alexander will receive the Radcliffe Medal from Dean Lizabeth Cohen on Radcliffe Day 2013. A morning panel will convene leaders in the visual arts, writing, and music in a discussion moderated by A.R.T. artistic director Diane Paulus. 

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