Novelist Tayari Jones has been on a roll lately, with the success of her third novel, Silver Sparrow, a story about two young girls who have the same father but different mothers.
David Bezmozgis RI ’12, the Lisa Goldberg Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute, likes to think about “what ifs.”
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie RI ’12 is working on her forthcoming novel, Americanah, during her Radcliffe fellowship year.
The Radcliffe Research Partnership program gives undergraduate students a chance to learn from some of the world's best minds—and puts money in their pockets in the process.
A dramatic reading of Ibrahim El-Husseini’s play Commedia Al-Ahzaan (A Comedy of Sorrows) opened Radcliffe’s 2012 gender conference, “Women Making Democracy,” highlighting the widening gap between the hopes of protesters who put their lives on the line during the heady days of “Arab Spring” and the realities of establishing a democracy that incorporates their inspirational ideals.
At the Radcliffe Institute, historian Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz says that although there's much to celebrate about women at Harvard today, there's still much to change and to worry about.
At events for alumnae/i and supporters in California and New York City, the Radcliffe Institute showcased the array of work by present and past fellows in science and the arts.
Three Institute fellows—a historian, a journalist, and a fiction writer—gathered to present their work to a group of Radcliffe alumnae at the Harvard Club of New York City. Each fellow represented a different approach to the written word.