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Melinda Gates to Receive Radcliffe Medal

February 26, 2020

Melinda Gatesa philanthropist, businesswoman, and best-selling authorwill receive the Radcliffe Medal on May 29 during Radcliffe Day 2020.

Dario Robleto’s Unknown and Solitary Seas Opens at Radcliffe Institute on November 4

October 24, 2019

Based on extensive archival research, Dario Robleto’s multimedia installation Unknown and Solitary Seas: Dreams and Emotions of the 19th Century examines the origins of the pulse wave as a graphic expression of internal life.

Radcliffe Recognizes the Three Most Exceptional Theses by Harvard Undergraduates

May 23, 2019

Mark Czeisler, Manuel Medrano, and Anwar Omeish win Fay Prize for scholarly excellence and outstanding original research.

Radcliffe Institute Announces 2019–2020 Fellowship Class

May 9, 2019

The scholars, artists, scientists, and practitioners who comprise the incoming class of fellows will direct their creative and intellectual energy to addressing some of the most complex and urgent challenges of our time.

Harvard Presents Vision & Justice: A Creative Convening on Art, Race, and Justice

April 3, 2019

Taking its inspiration from Frederick Douglass on the transformative power of pictures to create a new vision for the nation, this convening will focus on the historic roots and contemporary realities of visual literacy for race and justice in American civic life.

Radcliffe Institute at Harvard Presents a Special Installation of Willie Cole's Haunting Beauties

March 22, 2019

Beauties—a series of prints by the world-renowned sculptor and printmaker—bear conflicting associations: oppression and resistance, precarity and permanence, violence and beauty.

Dolores Huerta to Receive Radcliffe Medal for Her Impact on Society

February 6, 2019

“Every American should know her name and her decades-long work to secure the rights of farmworkers, women, and other disadvantaged people,” said Dean Tomiko Brown-Nagin.

Radcliffe Institute at Harvard presents Future Fossil, a newly commissioned exhibition by Clarissa Tossin, inspired by Octavia Butler’s Xenogenesis trilogy.

January 30, 2019

The artworks in this exhibition imagine a moment of collision of the past, present, and future. Clarissa Tossin explains, “In the course of making this work, I’ve wondered what a core sample of Earth taken 1,000 years from now will look like.”

Radcliffe Institute at Harvard Presents an Exhibition and Publication by Anna Von Mertens That Stitch Together Past and Present, Science and Art

October 31, 2018

In Measure, Anna Von Mertens explores the role of repetition, recognition, notation, and imagination in the development of astronomy.

Radcliffe Institute at Harvard to Host a Public Symposium Exploring "The Undiscovered" and How to Transform the Way Science Is Taught

October 22, 2018

The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University announces its science symposium—“The Undiscovered”—to be held on October 26, 2018.

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