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A portrait phot of Emily Carmichael

Emily Carmichael

Photograph by Art Streiber for Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment

Arts

Jurassic World Dominion screenwriter Emily Carmichael on scripting Hollywood sci-fi epics

6.6.22

Illustration depicting social fissures during pandemic by tearing of the U.S. Constitution

Montage by Jennifer Carling/Harvard Magazine; images from istock

Danielle Allen on America’s broken social contract

May-June 2022

British soldiers and local police searching homes to interrogate subjects during Mau May rebellion, c. 1954

Members of the Devon Regiment and police, searching homes during the Mau Mau rebellion, round up local people for interrogation c. 1954.

Photographs by Popperfoto via Getty Images/Getty Images

A new history indicts the British imperium.

May-June 2022

As a singer and songwriter, Claudia García performs mariachi-inspired Latin fusion music.

As a singer and songwriter, Claudia García performs mariachi-inspired Latin fusion music.

Photograph by Javier Vela; courtesy of mariachimusic.com

How Claudia García got “mariachi fever”

May-June 2022

Photograph of pioneering Wexner Center for the Arts

The Wexner Center for the Arts, at Ohio State University, signaled large shifts in culture—and architecture.

A comprehensive examination of avant-garde architecture

May-June 2022

Anna Soltys Morse (red shirt, gray pants) performing hand-to-hand acrobatics with other cast members of the outdoor show Branché

Photograph by Christopher Duggan

Anna Soltys Morse and the art of hand-to-hand flying

May-June 2022

SZNZ: Spring album cover

SZNZ: Spring album cover

 

First of four seasonally inspired EPs make Shakespeare and Vivaldi rock

3.31.22

Chef Michael Twitty and Tomiko Brown-Nagin

Chef and historian Michael Twitty spoke with Radcliffe Institute dean Tomiko Brown-Nagin about the culinary legacies of enslavement.

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine

At the Radcliffe Institute, chef Michael Twitty traces the food legacy of enslavement.

3.25.22

Tracy K. Smith

Tracy K. Smith

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell, Harvard University

An alumna and faculty member at a new Harvard tradition

3.9.22