The Harvard-affiliated nominees: (from left) South to America: A Journey Below the Mason-Dixon to Understand the Soul of a Nation by Imani Perry; Punks: New & Selected Poems by John Keene; and A New Name: Septology VI-VII, translated from the Norwegian by Damion Searls
Montage by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine
An historian, a poet, and a translator
Augustin Pajou (French, 1730–1809), Diomède assailli par les Troyens, son écuyer tué à côté de lui (Diomedes Assaulted by the Trojans, His Horseman Killed at His Side), 1756. Black ink, gray wash, black chalk, and red wash. 59.3 × 84.8 cm. Musée du Louvre, Departement des Arts graphiques, RF 40437, TL42421.2.
Image: © Musée du Louvre, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais/Martine Beck-Coppola/Art Resource, NY.
“Dare to Know” exhibition highlights nuances in the age of reason.
Photograph by Unsplash/edited by Harvard Magazine
An athlete contends with injury and identity.
Photograph by Lisa Abitbol
A Harvard Magazine Q & A with Evan Osnos ’98, author of Wildland: The Making of America’s Fury
Translator William Tamplin joined the Marine Corps earlier this year.
Photograph courtesy of William Tamplin
William Tamplin, Ph.D. ’20, on the lyricism and secrecy of an Arabic literary pioneer
Wisteria in Pebble Garden at Dumbarton Oaks
Photograph courtesy of Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection
The art of conserving an historic garden at Dumbarton Oaks
Birches Over Pine (1966)
Painting courtesy of the Shelburne Museum
Exhibit at Vermont's Shelburne Museum offers beauty and vitality
Ward's Berry Farm, a locally owned farm in Sharon, Mass., has plenty to offer its visitors.
Fun for the whole family in Sharon