Photo by Diana LevinePhoto by Diana Levine

Lizabeth Cohen Reflects on Her Years as Dean

Radcliffe Magazine spoke with Dean Cohen to hear her thoughts about her time as dean and her plans for the future.

Susan Faludi. Photo by Tony RinaldoSusan Faludi. Photo by Tony Rinaldo

Lifting the Lid on Family Secrets

A panel organized by the Schlesinger Library revealed the reverberations of family secrets.

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Considering Health Care

Health care in the United States is complicated and varies from state to state. At a Radcliffe symposium, panelists examined the functions and dysfunctions of the affordable care act and explored other health insurance systems at the state and international levels.

Photo by Kris Snibbe, Harvard Staff PhotographerPhoto by Kris Snibbe, Harvard Staff Photographer

In Surge of Strawberries, Some Dirty Details

Julie Guthman, the food activist, author, and Frances B. Cashin Fellow at Radcliffe, will spend the next year researching and writing a book on the complex history of the strawberry industry.

Photo by Greg Kessler/World Science FestivalPhoto by Greg Kessler/World Science Festival

A Master of Explaining the Universe

Brian Greene ’84, a Columbia University theoretical physicist and mathematician, has made it his mission to illuminate the wonders of the universe for non-scientists.

A shop in Cairo's Khan Al-Khalili that specializes in rare magazines, newspapers, and ephemera. Photo by Jonathan GuyerA shop in Cairo's Khan Al-Khalili that specializes in rare magazines, newspapers, and ephemera. Photo by Jonathan Guyer

Inspired by Cairo

Jonathan Guyer RI ’18 is writing a book about what he’s calling the “new wave” of comic art that has swept the Middle East and North Africa in the past 10 years.