In fiction, we have conjured up clothing with amazing abilities: superhero shields, invisibility cloaks, gadget-filled spy suits. Radcliffe's "Smart Clothes" symposium showed how close technology is coming to making clothing of the imagination real.
Can neuroscience be harnessed to make public policies more effective and attractive?
As the repository of Betty Friedan’s papers, Radcliffe’s Schlesinger Library had good cause to recognize the first 50 years of her pathbreaking book, The Feminine Mystique.
Nancy Pelosi, the first woman to serve as speaker of the United States House of Representatives, spoke at Radcliffe in a conversation with historian Ellen Fitzpatrick RI ’09.
Forgetting has myriad uses, such as forgiving the past. Reading a book by Lewis Hyde RI ’14 is like turning and turning a many-faceted prism in more directions than you thought possible.
At Radcliffe's annual Rothschild Lecture, New York Times columnist Gail Collins offered her perspective on how and why the rights and expectations of American women changed so dramatically between 1960 and today.
An interview with David W. Sanford RI '14 includes a touch of self-assessment, a range of inspiration, and a glimpse of his work helming the Pittsburgh Collective, a contemporary big band at the intersection of classical and jazz.