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"Homage and Schwitters" an interactive sound sculpture made in 2012 sits in front of multiple photographs as part of "The Other Side" exhibit by Hans Tutschku that opened on the first floor of Byery Hall in Radcliffe Yard on March 10.
New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman shares his opinions on the role of architecture in politics. The lecture, titled "The Politics of Public Space," took place at the Knafel Center on Feb. 6.
Michael S. Kimmelman discussed the design, occupation, and politics of public spaces, from parks to public transportation systems, in a lecture at the Knafel Center Thursday.
Julie Orringer, a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, spoke on the ability of novels to convey truths through fiction in a lecture delivered Tuesday at the Knafel Center.
Donning a purple pant suit, Gail Collins seems quirky and laid-back—a far cry from the intimidating personality one would expect of a journalist of her stature.
Donor Sidney R. Knafel ’52, who serves as a co-chair for the Radcliffe campaign and the University-wide campaign, addresses the crowd at a dinner event Monday night that was part of the launch of the Radcliffe campaign.
Radcliffe’s goal represents a little more than 1 percent of the University’s $6.5 billion campaign.
Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study will seek to raise $70 million in its segment of The Harvard Campaign, Radcliffe Campaign co-chair Susan S. Wallach ’68 announced Monday night at a campaign launch event in Agassiz Hall in Radcliffe Yard.
Gail Collins of the New York Times talks about about how and why the national view of American women changed so dramatically between 1960 and today. The lecture was hosted in the Knafel Center of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.
New York Times columnist Gail Collins argued in a lecture on Tuesday evening that the Civil Rights movement, the advent of the birth control pill in the 1960s, and the economic slump of the 1970s were crucial in shifting American society’s views on women.
The Radcliffe Gymnasium will now be known as the Knafel Center, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study announced on Thursday, following a recent $10.5 million gift from long-time University donor and venture capitalist Sidney R. Knafel ’52.
On March 11, FM sat down with National Public Radio journalist and host Melissa J. Block ’83 before her lecture, ...
The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study has launched an annual University-wide art competition allowing students to solicit proposals and designs for an installation to be displayed in the garden bordering Brattle Street in the Radcliffe Yard.