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Spring Morris Gray Reading
English

Spring Morris Gray Reading

American poet and International Griffin Poetry Prize recipient Brenda Hillman dedicates the reading of selections of her work to aspiring student writers and poets in Sever Hall Monday evening.

Summers and Furman at the IOP
On Campus

Photos of the Day (03/30/2015)

Don Quijote in the Barker Cafe
Books

Don Quijote in the Barker Cafe

Texts by Miguel de Cervantes rest on a table as speakers recite work by the Spanish writer during a Cervantes Marathon in the Barker Center Arts Cafe on Wednesday evening. The Instituto Cervantes Observatorio and Department of Romance Languages and Literatures hosted the event.

Don Quijote in the Barker Cafe
Books

Don Quijote in the Barker Cafe

Assistant Professor Daniel A. Oteiza reads a section of Don Quijote during a Cervantes Marathon in the Barker Center Arts Cafe on Wednesday evening. The Instituto Cervantes Observatorio and Department of Romance Languages and Literatures hosted the event.

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Poetry

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Linda Leavell speaks at Lamont Library's Edison Newman Room

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Books

Marianne Moore Biographer Talks Poetry, Family

“Marianne Moore became the important poet she was because of her resistance and her survival of her very oppressive mother,” said Linda Leavell, biographer and Beinecke fellow at Yale. “What I needed to do in this book was to tell the story of Moore’s family.”

On Campus

New Wallace Stevens Recordings Reveal a Daring but Human Poet

Ultimately, the tapes are part of an ongoing journey towards understanding Stevens; nearly half a century after his death, the poetry community is still in the process of unearthing new truths about his life and work.

On Campus

Talking Shock

What is the role of violence and shock in poetry today? Or, as English professor and critic Stephen Burt asked at the “In Extremis” poetry panel Oct. 1, “What does a poet gain or lose by having blood all over the page?”

College

Poetry by the Charles

Afternoon sunshine twinkles off the Charles River’s tiny blue waves and warms the grass on its shores. Beneath the nearby trees, students lay out on towels with their laptops and textbooks. Some people on the walking path seem hurried, others are enjoying a leisurely jog or stroll. Several, however, have stopped to read the mysterious string of poems stapled to a nearby tree.

Poetry
Poetry

Poetry

Irini Spanidou of New York University talks about various Greek poetry on Wednesday evening in Harvard Hall.

Some Good Advice
Politics

Today in Photos (03/27/14)

The Creeley Collective
On Campus

The Creeley Collective

Ruth Lepson (left) introduces Penelope Creeley (right) during "The Creeley Collective", a community gathering in the Thompson Room of the Barker Center to celebrate the late Harvard poet Robert Creeley. The talk included sporadic readings of Creeley's poems; many participants expressed their love of The Creeley Letters because they are easy to understand and relatable.

Meeting Adjourned
On Campus

Today in Photos (03/25/2013)

Spoken Word Poet Takes the Stage
Poetry

Spoken Word Poet Takes the Stage

Poet Sarah Kay performs one of the poems in her new poetry collection, "No Matter the Wreckage," on Sunday night at the Oberon Theater. Kay is known for her spoken word TED Talks and involvement in Project V.O.I.C.E., a movement dedicated to the use of spoken word poetry as a form of self-expression.

Spoken Word Poet Takes the Stage
Events

Spoken Word Artist Sarah Kay Releases, Presents New Poetry Collection

Sarah Kay, a spoken word poet known for her TED talks, performed some of her latest work in honor of the official release of her new book for a full house at the Oberon theater Sunday night.

Big States, Little States
College

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard

Central Administration

In Op-Ed, Law Profs Call for University Governance Changes

Jeffrey K. McDonough Artwork
Scrutiny

Not a 9-to-5 Job

Advising Programs Office Under Construction
College

Freshman Advising: Under Construction