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Rudy Ruiz

Rudy Ruiz

Photograph courtesy of Rudy Ruiz

Arts

Author Rudy Ruiz carries on his Mexican-American family’s storytelling tradition.

12.7.21

Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner

Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner

Photographs courtesy of Hasty Pudding Theatricals

The parade, roasts, and performances return to Harvard Square.

1.6.22

Stephen Sondheim

Stephen Sondheim, Omicron, and the Power of Theater

12.8.21

View of the exhibit “Candice Lin: Seeping, Rotting, Resting, Weeping”

Photograph by Awa Mally/courtesy of Walker Art Center

Candice Lin’s otherworldly refuge

January-February 2022

View of the two-tiered interior of the Armenian museum

The impressive two-tiered modern interior of the Armenian Museum of America

Photograph courtesy of the Armenian Museum of America

A museum reflects an ancient civilization and the modern global diaspora.

January-February 2022

Newspaper illustration depicts Richard P. Robinson fleeing Helen Jewett's murder scene

Graphic illustrations helped sensationalize the case.

Image courtesy of Harvard Law School Library

Helen Jewett and the origin of American murder media

January-February 2022

One “beautiful” encounter set Michael Stanley on his own humane path to neurology and writing.

Photograph by Jim Harrison

Michael Stanley and the covenant of medicine

January-February 2022

Illustration showing U.S. flag pulled different directions by an oligarch and ordinary citizens

Illustration by Robert Neubecker

Liberals must learn from conservatives how to interpret the Constitution in all its dimensions.

January-February 2022

Portrait of Harvard Law professor and author Randall Kennedy

Randall Kennedy’s essays address “complex and messy” social and racial issues.

Photograph by Atephanie Nitchel/HPAC

Recent books with Harvard connections

January-February 2022