In preparation for a group outing to Fenway Park, Julie Guthman, the 2017–2018 Frances B. Cashin Fellow, gave a quick lesson on the sport.
The struggle for civil rights has been at the center of Radcliffe Institute Dean Tomiko Brown-Nagin’s scholarly work.
This fall, Radcliffe's Knafel Center enters the final stages of a major renovation.
Angela Y. Davis is one of the foremost figures in the struggle for human rights and against racial discrimination in the United States, and a foundational thinker in African American feminism.
Last spring, Visiting Scholar Layli Long Soldier gave a reading from her newest work.
The onetime Radcliffe fellow won a Pulitzer Prize for his debut novel. Memory, family, conflict, and “horrible” literary toil all feature in the backstory he shared at the Knafel Center.
We humans spend a third or more of our time sleeping—but why? Nora Volkow sees the question of why we sleep as a fundamental mystery of the brain.
On May 25, 2018, Hillary Rodham Clinton received the Radcliffe Medal, in the largest Radcliffe Day celebration yet.
Alumnae/i and friends gathered at the W Hotel–Union Square in Manhattan to discuss what happens when jobs disappear.