In writing the story of his own family, Edward Ball RI '17 examines America’s racial history.
Radcliffe Day 2017 united voices from the right and the left, the newsroom and the classroom, to explore the role of a free press in a democracy.
Radcliffe's 2016–2017 thematic year on urbanism takes a multidisciplinary, international approach to considering urban centers in the 21st century.
In her latest book, Dava Sobel tells the story of the female “computers” who worked at the Harvard College Observatory from the late 19th through the mid-20th century.
Mary Prendergast RI '17 uses zooarchaeology to challenge traditional notions about the spread of food production in East Africa, particularly in the past 5,000 years.
At the Radcliffe on the Road event, “Writing the History of Civil Rights for a New Era,” nearly 200 affiliates from across the University gathered to mingle and to listen to a trio of scholars of civil rights, broadly defined.
The Radcliffe Professorships program continues to help bring outstanding faculty members to Harvard. Four new assistant professors and a tenured professor joined the Harvard community as Radcliffe Professors on July 1, 2017.