The papers of cultural critic Ellen Willis, 1941–2006, are now at the Schlesinger Library. In 1968, after Ellen Willis had published a single article about music—the story of Bob Dylan’s early career—the New Yorker hired her to be its first rock critic.
A symposium looks at the gains women have made in the workplace and considers the challenges that lie ahead.
If you haven’t slept in 24 hours, you’re just as impaired as if you were legally drunk. American drivers, medical researchers at Harvard have a message for you: Wake up.
“I’m delighted that my gift supports two talented Radcliffe fellows during their year at the Institute,” says Sidney R.