Skip to main content

Harvard Radcliffe Institute has shifted to primarily virtual operations and continues to monitor the coronavirus pandemic. See Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Updates.

Events
& Exhibitions

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Radcliffe activities will remain virtual through the end of the 2020–2021 academic year. Radcliffe events and exhibitions are accessible, free, and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.

All Events & Exhibitions

02 Mar
2021

MAKING IT MINE: Revealing/Imagining Slavery through Museum Collections

Lectures • Kim and Judy Davis Dean’s Lecture in the Arts

Fred Wilson is a conceptual artist whose work investigates museological, cultural, and historical issues that are largely overlooked or neglected by museums and cultural institutions.

Registration open
Live stream available
Date & Time Tuesday, March 2, 2021
4 PM ET
Location Online on Zoom

03 Mar
2021

Entry and Exit: How Membership in International Organizations Transforms International Cooperation

Fellows' Presentation

Christina L. Davis is writing a book about the politics of exit and entry into international organizations to highlight discriminatory practices over membership in multilateral institutions.

Registration open
Live stream available
Date & Time Wednesday, March 3, 2021
12 PM ET
Location Online on Zoom

05 Mar
2021

The Stories We Tell and the Objects We Keep: Asian American Women and the Archives

Conferences & Symposia

The stories of Asian American women extend far beyond the geographic borders of the United States. Inspired by tales and objects from family history, their narratives often reflect the transnational nature of Asian American women’s lives.

Registration open
Live stream available
Date & Time Friday, March 5, 2021
1 PM ET
Location Online on Zoom

09 Mar
2021

Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery: Reckoning with the Past to Understand the Present

Radcliffe on the Road

The presidential initiative on Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery, anchored at Harvard Radcliffe Institute, is an effort to understand and address the enduring legacy of slavery within our University community.

Registration open
Live stream available
Date & Time Tuesday, March 9, 2021
4 PM ET
Location Online on Zoom

10 Mar
2021

Aesthetics of Memory, Narratives of Repair, and Why Remorse Matters

Fellows' Presentation

Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela returns to the archive of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to think through the horrific violence in contemporary South Africa.

Registration open
Live stream available
Date & Time Wednesday, March 10, 2021
12 PM ET
Location Online on Zoom

31 Mar
2021

MUTINY: poems

Fellows' Presentation

Phillip B. Williams's works explore Black folklore, African-diasporic mythologies and spiritual practices, and alternative ways of documenting Black selfhood outside of the human/nonhuman dichotomy.

Registration open
Live stream available
Date & Time Wednesday, March 31, 2021
12 PM ET
Location Online on Zoom

07 Apr
2021

Guns and Public Health

Fellows' Presentation

While at Radcliffe, David Hemenway is continuing his work to find common ground between gun users and such groups as governors, faith leaders, and advocates to effectively address firearm injuries.

Registration open
Live stream available
Date & Time Wednesday, April 7, 2021
12 PM ET
Location Online on Zoom

14 Apr
2021

Brine to Batteries: The Extractive Frontiers of the Global Energy Transition

Fellows' Presentation

Thea Riofrancos’s current project explores the politics of the transition to renewable energy through the lens of one of its key technologies: lithium batteries.

Registration open
Live stream available
Date & Time Wednesday, April 14, 2021
12 PM ET
Location Online on Zoom

28 Apr
2021

Prosociality in Hybrid Societies of Humans, Agents, and Robots

Fellows' Presentation

In her research at Radcliffe, Ana Paiva is investigating the conditions and mechanisms that drive societies of agents and humans to be more pro-social.

Registration open
Live stream available
Date & Time Wednesday, April 28, 2021
12 PM ET
Location Online on Zoom

News & Ideas

Back to top