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The Radcliffe Institute's David Luberoff discusses Boston's new development plan for 2030 in the Boston Globe.
Radcliffe fellow Ben Miller hosts a multi-city event to help generate translations for a William Carlos Williams poem as part of a project he is undertaking at the Radcliffe Institute.
Harvard's Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Assault launched a survey to the student body to help lay the groundwork for interventions to lower the incidence of sexual assault. In 2014, the University adopted policies and procedures to address sexual assault and harassment and opened a new Office for Sexual and Gender-Based Dispute Resolution. The Radcliffe Institute recently sponsored a panel discussion on how government policies affect the incidence and tolerance of gender-based violence.
Radcliffe fellow ZZ Packer is known for the compelling voices that she gives to her characters, a skill that was confirmed by her performance. During the talk, she read an excerpt from a previously published short story followed by three excerpts from “The Thousands.” Her powerful reading voice added a depth and intensity to these excerpts.