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Voices in Contemporary Cuban Music
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Voices in Contemporary Cuban Music

By analyzing the music of popular Cuban vocalists, Professor Thomas explores the role of ventriloquism in Cuban music at a time when Cuba was going through radically altering economic crisis and transnational ties.

Taco Truck
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Today in Photos (04/03/12)

Jackfruit
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Jackfruit

Annemarie E. Ryu, a junior in Quincy House, is the founder of Global Village Fruits, a business that imports jackfruit to the United States. The exotic fruit will be available on Boston store shelves by early next month.

College

Today in Photos (03/20/12)

Cornelia Woll
Events

Cornelia Woll

Cornelia Woll, a visiting scholar, gives a presentation at the Center of European Studies comparing the different bailout strategies of the United States and Germany during the financial crisis.

William Julius Wilson
Events

William Julius Wilson

William Julius Wilson, a distinguished sociologist who has spent his career examining race, urban poverty, and policy in the United States, gives a lecture entitled “Affirming Opportunity in the Barack Obama Era”.

Cornelia Woll
Events

Today in Photos (02/02/12)

Ahmet Altan
Books

Ahmet Altan

Ahmet Altan, a notable writer and intellectual in Turkey, gives a speech talking of his experience in writing banned novels and sociopolitical commentaries, as well as the jail time and court proceedings that resulted.

Contemporary Cuban Art
Visual Arts

Contemporary Cuban Art

Henry Louis Gates Jr. (middle) and Alejandro de la Fuente (right) listen attentively as curator Elio Rodriguez (left) talks about his experience as a multimedia artist in both Havana, Cuba and Spain.

Books

Today in Photos (01/26/12)

Casimir Pulaski
College

This Week in FM (10/13/2011)

Casimir Pulaski
Cambridge

Casimir Pulaski

drinky drink dictionary
Student Life

drinky drink dictionary

This week's addition to Drink Dictionary

South Sudan Discussion Panel
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South Sudan Discussion Panel

On Thursday, April 14, 2011, the Committee on African Studies and the Committee on Ethnic Studies sponsored a discussion on "Reimagining South Sudan: A Symposium on the Future of a New African Country". A panel of experts from the University as well as individuals who survived the war also answered questions at the end of the discussion.

China Rights Lawyer Panel
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Today in Photos (4/15/11)

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Falling In Line
Football

Behind the Scenes: Game Day at Harvard Stadium

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads