Why Books?

Harvard Gazette
Friday, October 29, 2010
Jon Chase/Harvard Staff PhotographerJon Chase/Harvard Staff Photographer

Radcliffe Institute conference explores the battle of print’s fate in a digital age.

Uniting Against Domestic Violence

Harvard Gazette
Wednesday, October 27, 2010

A conversation in the Schlesinger Library's Radcliffe College Room, titled "Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault: It's Everybody's Business," explored the topic of domestic violence, especially against immigrants, on Monday, Oct. 25.

Where Men Have More than One Wife

Harvard Gazette
Friday, October 22, 2010
Photo by Rose LincolnPhoto by Rose Lincoln

Rose McDermott, researcher, sees connection between polygyny and social violence.

Sheena Iyengar: Choosy About Choosing

Harvard Gazette
Friday, October 22, 2010

Sheena Iyengar, Radcliffe Institute Dean's Lecturer, is here to tell you that, when it comes to choice, more is not better. 

Undoing the Damage

Harvard Gazette
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Photo by Rose IrelandPhoto by Rose Ireland

Looking past the recession, Radcliffe panel examines economic reforms.

Are We Rocking Out Yet?

Harvard Gazette
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Photo by Jessica BrilliPhoto by Jessica Brilli

Maybe you've seen it at a party or a family gathering: groups of people crowded around a TV screen—some wielding various toy instruments, vamping, jumping around. Players follow along with prerecorded songs, trying to match their respective parts as perfectly as possible, perhaps injecting a bit of style into the proceedings. They do it for points and the roar of a virtual crowd.

Books and Bytes

Harvard Crimson
Tuesday, October 5, 2010

"Why Books?" conference probes the rocky relationship between technology and literature.

Cause for Concern

Harvard Gazette
Friday, October 1, 2010
Photo by Stephanie MitchellPhoto by Stephanie Mitchell

Erica Caple James RI '11 will use her year at the Radcliffe Institute to write an ethnographic account of how faith-based social service organizations become the sometimes uncomfortable agents of state governance. 

Gordon-Reed Wins MacArthur Grant

Harvard Crimson
Wednesday, September 29, 2010

The MacArthur Foundation announced yesterday morning that population geneticist Carlos D. Bustamante '97 and Harvard professor Annette Gordon-Reed have been named 2010 MacArthur Fellows. 

US Tries to Make It Easier to Wiretap the Internet

New York Times
Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Susan Landau, a Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Study fellow and former Sun Microsystems engineer, argues that the proposal would raise costly impediments to innovation by small startups.