Nancy F. Cott's leadership led to closer ties with the Radcliffe Institute, the Harvard faculty, and scholars.
Gordon's recent books, including a biography of Dorothea Lange, reach new readers.
Radcliffe fellow Bill Pirl wants oncologists to discuss dying with their patients.
Scientists are becoming increasingly able to synthesize life—but should they?
This year women won the Nobel Prize, the Pulitzer Prize, and the Booker Prize.
At Radcliffe, Dale Peterson RI ’14 is writing an account of several young people who worked at Jane Goodall’s research site in East Africa during the late 1960s.
Sleep, epilepsy, and depression might all someday be better understood through wearable sensors, said MIT's Rosalind Picard in a Radcliffe Institute talk.
From Zuccotti Park to Tahrir Square, argues Michael Kimmelman, the fabric of the city is a stage for social action and an object of civic debate.