Alexander L. Jaffe
Attendees listen intently to Nick Wilding, during his lecture about the technology and process behind identification of forged Galileo books. Wilding, of Georgia State University, spoke Wednesday evening in Houghton Library.
Pat Levitt speaks about the development of complex social behaviors in humans and other animals. Levitt, of the University of Southern California, lectured Tuesday afternoon in Fong Auditorium.
These sundials are just a few of the timepieces displayed in Time and Time Again, a new exhibit curated by the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments. The show is meant to explore both scientific and cultural perception of time in human society.
Susan McIntosh speaks about Mali's precious cultural and archaeological sites increasingly threatened as a result of recent military action and environmental degradation. McIntosh, of Rice University's Anthropology Department, lectured Tuesday night in Fong Auditorium.
Members of the Harvard-Radcliffe Raza sing Monday night to Mather House dining hall staff. The group, drawn from the Latino community, traditionally performs Spanish-language carols throughout the residential houses to celebrate the holiday season.
Gerald Chertavian, founder of the non-profit organization Year Up, speaks Monday night to students at the Harvard Business School. Chertavian discussed the origins and operations of Year Up, which facilitates education and professional training for young urban adults.
Joyce Chaplin, James Duncan Phillips Professor of Early American History, speaks Thursday night at the Harvard Book Store. Chaplin discussed her newly released book, "Round About the Earth: Circumnavigation from Magellan to Orbit."