Stephen P. Marks, a professor at the Harvard School of Public Health, speaks about the lessons he took away from his time in Cambodia during the drafting of their Constitution. Marks worked for the UN on different peacekeeping operations including Cambodia.
Samkhann Khoeun discusses experiences of Cambodians during the Khmer Rouge. Khoeun survived the Killing Fields in Cambodia and then became a refugee in the 1970s-1980s.
The Catholic Church in Cuba
Moderator Jorge Domínguez (left) opens the floor to questions for Cardinal Jaime Lucas Ortega y Alamino (center) and Cardinal Seán Patrick O'Malley (right) at the IOP Forum on Wednesday. The cardinals' prepared speeches included comments on statements made by Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to Cuba in March.
Catholic Church in Cuba
From left, moderator Jorge Domínguez, Cardinal Jaime Lucas Ortega y Alamino, and Cardinal Seán Patrick O’Malley discuss Catholicism and Pope Benedict XVI’s March visit to Cuba at the IOP Forum on Wednesday.
Hacking and Networking
Cameron H. Winklevoss ‘04, Tyler H. Winklevoss ‘04, and Divya Narendra ‘04 answer last minute questions from audience members during Harvard Hack, which drew a record attendance from the Harvard community.
Professor Steven Pinker talks about the psychology of a leader and the idealism of tyrants. "The Living Magazine: Cambodia" brought together Harvard professors, students, and Cambodian artists to discuss Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge.