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Carrie Lambert-Beatty

Podcast

Exploring “parafiction” in contemporary art and our post-truth culture—with Carrie Lambert-Beatty, professor of the history of art and architecture and of art, film, and visual studies.

11.30.20

Marcyliena Morgan discusses the origins of hiphop, and the Harvard archive documenting its beginnings and significance.

10.21.19

This episode of Ask a Harvard Professor poses the question: What makes a photograph art? 

10.7.19

A black and white portrait of Edward Glaeser

     

Edward Glaeser explains why he is overwhelmingly optimistic about urban growth.

9.30.19

A black and white portrait of David Hemenway

   

In this episode of Ask a Harvard Professor, David Hemenway describes public-health strategies that can save lives by making guns less dangerous.

9.20.19

A black and white portrait of Dr. Staci Gruber

     

This episode of Harvard Magazine’s podcast, Ask a Harvard Professor, explores the chemical constituents of marijuana and the effects of the plant’s components on human health.

9.13.19

Portrait of Lawrence Lessig with a microphone and his name

   

The first episode of Harvard Magazine’s new podcast, Ask a Harvard Professor, delves into academic corruption, and why “doing good can make you bad.”

9.9.19

A new podcast from Harvard Magazine

8.21.19

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