In his own life and the lives of others, Allan M. Brandt confronts the scourge of disease stigma.
Tap dancer Ayodele Casel swings into the spotlight—and brings her predecessors with her.
In New Caledonia, Christian Rutz found a match for his adventurous mind.
While incarcerated, Reginald Dwayne Betts discovered poetry and soon began writing his own. In October, he published Felon: Poems (W. W. Norton, 2019), a collection that examines life after prison.
The academic year at Radcliffe begins much as it does at any other institution of learning: with an orientation. Day one of 2019–2020 was no different, but in addition to themes emerging in the fellows’ work, a theme emerged in their personal lives: many were dog owners.
A fellow wins a Nobel Prize, the Institute leads a University-wide initiative, and more headlines from Radcliffe affiliates.
Fernanda Aoki Navarro, a composer and a 2019–2020 Radcliffe fellow, doesn’t recognize artistic boundaries.
In December, 11th and 12th graders from TechBoston Academy explored Angela Davis: Freed by the People as part of a class, Co-Design English, that focuses on equity and activism.