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Panel discussion at Harvard University's Graduate School on monuments.

A turning point in memory

In GSD panel, scholars pick up on national conversation stirred by Confederate monuments


Radcliffe fellow Chad Williams is working on a book about what he considers one of W.E.B. Du Bois’ greatest missteps: “The Black Man and the Wounded World,” an unfinished history of the African-American experience during World War I.

Retracing Du Bois’ missteps

Radcliffe fellow probes ‘tragedy’ of pioneering African-American scholar’s failed book on WWI


Geri Allen.

Remembering a jazz great

Vijay Iyer and Esperanza Spalding headline festival in honor of pianist Geri Allen


The cast of "Sense & Sensibility" rehearses.

Bringing out the edge in Austen’s wit

‘Sense & Sensibility’ adaptation showcases writer ‘really, really serious about questions of ethics and questions about gender and equity’