Mauricio Pauly | Vs el monopolio de la memoria (2013)

July 23, 2015
Mauricio Pauly, Vs el monopolio de la memoria (2013)

Vs el monopolio de la memoria (2013) for tenor saxophone, violin, and piano

Karin Hellqvist, violin
Joshua Hyde, tenor saxophone
Heloisa Amaral, piano

Taken from the full concert "The Threshing Floor and Other Works (2012–2015)"
Live at the Knafel Center
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

Composed by Mauricio Pauly RI ’15

Mauricio Pauly | Its fleece electrostatic (2012, this version 2015)

July 23, 2015
Mauricio Pauly, Its fleece electrostatic (2012, this version 2015)

Its fleece electrostatic (2012, this version 2015) for amplified percussion and guitar pedals

Adapted and performed by Noam Bierstone

Taken from the full concert "The Threshing Floor and Other Works (2012–2015)"
Live at the Knafel Center
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

Composed by Mauricio Pauly RI ’15

Latent (e)Scapes

July 14, 2015
Latent (e)Scapes by Christina Leigh Geros

Harvard Graduate School of Design student Christina Geros MAUD, MLA ’15 is the winner of the second Radcliffe Institute public art competition with her innovative design Latent (e)Scapes. Acrylic scapes are lit from within and below by internal LED lighting. Using a combination of infrared and ultrasound proximity sensors the scapes react to natural forces and the movement of pedestrians in the garden.

Latent (e)Scapes is located in the Wallach Garden of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. Night viewings are recommended to experience the full effect of this responsive art installation.

Radcliffe Day 2015 | Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

June 17, 2015
Radcliffe Day 2015, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Radcliffe Institute

On Radcliffe Day 2015, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, receives this year’s Radcliffe Medal, an award that is presented annually to an individual who has had a transformative impact on society.

Kathleen M. Sullivan JD ’81 engages Ginsburg in an expansive conversation that explores her work as an advocate and a jurist to advance equality and justice. Sullivan, a former professor of law at Harvard and Stanford and a former dean of Stanford Law School, is a partner at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP.

Featuring remarks from the retired associate justice David H. Souter '61, LLB ’66

Introduction by Lizabeth Cohen, Dean, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and Howard Mumford Jones Professor of American Studies, Harvard University

Radcliffe Day 2015 | The Roberts Court, from 2005 to Today

June 16, 2015
Radcliffe Day 2015, The Roberts Court, from 2005 to Today, Radcliffe Institute

Radcliffe Day 2015 began with a morning panel, “A Decade of Decisions and Dissents: The Roberts Court, from 2005 to Today,” moderated by Margaret H. Marshall EdM ’69, the former chief justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts and a senior research fellow and lecturer on law at Harvard Law School. She engages the following accomplished panelists in a comprehensive discussion:

Linda Greenhouse ’68, Knight Distinguished Journalist-in-Residence and Joseph Goldstein Lecturer in Law, Yale Law School, and former Supreme Court correspondent, the New York Times

Michael Klarman, Kirkland & Ellis Professor, Harvard Law School

Lauren Sudeall Lucas JD ’05, Assistant Professor of Law, Georgia State University College of Law

John F. Manning ’82, JD ’85, Bruce Bromley Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

Introduction by Lizabeth Cohen, Dean, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and Howard Mumford Jones Professor of American Studies, Harvard University

View case summaries for background on the legal issues discussed.

Elizabeth Loftus | The Memory Factory

May 14, 2015
Elizabeth Loftus, The Memory Factory

A lecture by Elizabeth F. Loftus, Distinguished Professor of Social Ecology and Professor of Law and Cognitive Science at University of California, Irvine.

In this lecture, Loftus shows us that people can be led to develop rich false memories for events that never happened. False memories look very much like true ones: they can be confidently told, detailed, and expressed with emotion.

Itai Yanai | The Society of Genes

May 13, 2015
Itai Yanai, The Society of Genes

Itai Yanai RI '15 explores the amazing cooperation and competition that go on in your genome and the strategy of survival for the society of genes.

Martha Hodes | Personal Responses to Lincoln’s Assassination

May 12, 2015
Martha Hodes, Personal Responses to Lincoln’s Assassination

Prize-winning historian Martha Hodes, a professor of history at New York University, explores the nation’s first presidential assassination on a human scale. Hodes is the first to delve into personal and intimate responses: of African Americans and whites, men and women, Yankees and Confederates, soldiers and civilians. Drawing on a remarkable range of diaries and letters from the spring and summer of 1865, including holdings at the Schlesinger Library, Hodes tells a story not only of shock and sorrow, but also of glee, anger, blame, and fear. Black freedom and the fate of the nation were at stake for everyone, whether they grieved or rejoiced when they heard the news.

Libraries | University As Collector

May 11, 2015
Libraries, University As Collector

Welcoming Remarks by Yukio Lippit, Faculty Director of the Humanities Program, Academic Ventures, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

Libraries

Moderated by Julie A. Buckler, Faculty Director of the Humanities Program, Academic Ventures, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and of Comparative Literature, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

6:56 "Advertising Insert, December 1849" 
Leah Price, Francis Lee Higginson Professor of English Literature, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

19:04 "'Leaving All to Younger Hands': How an Inscription in The History of Woman Suffrage Foretold the Future of Women's History" 
Susan Ware, Senior Advisor, Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University

27:15 "A Record of Teaching from Circa 1700" 
Ann Blair, Henry Charles Lea Professor of History, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

38:33 "Collecting Words" 
Stephanie Sandler, Ernest E. Monrad Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

54:44 Q&A

The Collected Campus | University As Collector

May 11, 2015
The Collected Campus, University As Collector

The Collected Campus

Moderated by Yukio Lippit, Faculty Director of the Humanities Program, Academic Ventures, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

2:57 "The Collected Campus"
Joseph Connors, Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University


21:21 "Harvard's Trees"
Michael Van Valkenburgh, Charles Eliot Professor in Practice of Landscape Architecture, Harvard Design School

37:12 "University Portraits"
Stephen Coit, Painter

50:00 Q&A

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