The papers of Angela Davis, just acquired by Harvard, trace her evolution from obscure philosophy professor to global icon to prophetic voice on mass incarceration.
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Students and alumni are frustrated by the turmoil in Harvard’s graduate theater program and have trained their ire on its leader, the director Diane Paulus.
Ms. Spalding, a singer and bassist, is making her sixth record during a marathon 77-hour writing and recording session that she will stream live online.
A new setback for a school that has ties to the acclaimed American Repertory Theater, but from which students leave with enormous debt.
Harvard hosted a conference examining a long-neglected topic that has suddenly become urgent.
He was known for the breadth of his thinking, the vividness of his arguments and his penchant for self-questioning and willingness to change his mind.
Ms. Boym, a Harvard professor who emigrated from the Soviet Union in her 20s, wrote of two types of nostalgia, one that clings to the past and another that realizes it is gone.
The authors have written a rollicking account of the acquisition of Chinese art and antiquities by Americans who came to China in the 19th and 20th centuries.