Harvard human-rights expert Jacqueline Bhabha critiques the inadequate response to the world’s migration crises.
Brief life of a formidable anthropologist: 1903-1991
The double life of Richard Posner, America’s most contentious legal reformer
James O’Connell has spent 30 years caring for the homeless.
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John Harvard's Journal University news
A lively exhibit debuts at the Museum of Natural History.
The University's annual financial report
Harvard Management Company makes extensive changes to enhance investment performance.
Constrained growth in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
The provost on the prospects for Harvard’s MOOCs, and other developments in teaching and learning
A well-traveled Afro-Cuban jazz musician lands at Harvard.
Updates on The Harvard Campaign
SEAS dean Frank Doyle shares insights.
A tribute to Henry Rosovsky from Harvard Magazine
College race debates reach Harvard, admissions adjudication, again, the launch of the Harvard Global Institute, and General Education revisited
From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
Medical dean stepping down, Rhodes and Marshall scholars, more conservative Winthrop House addition, and more
Learning “what it means to be a walking disruption”
A fine finish to a nearly flawless football season
Montage Books, creative arts, performance and more
Television’s Carlton Cuse on what animates his work
Correspondence on not-so-famous lost words
How Richard Henry Dana Jr. came to hate slavery and injustice
After “growing up in the archives,” a composer makes forgotten histories heard.
Recent books cover the origins of mambo, American economic growth, cancer, landscape, and more
A writer balances structure and spontaneity in her latest novel.
Harvard Squared What to do in Boston, Cambridge and beyond
Tower Hill Botanic Garden’s “Month of Flowers”
A long-time Cambridge arts organization is poised to grow.
Sledding, Nordic skiing, and art at Fruitlands Museum, in Harvard, Massachusetts