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15.04.21 20:53 MGH’s Complex Care Service untangles autoimmune mystery

Schlagwörter: Health & Medicine, autoimmune, complex care, Harvard Medical School, Infection, Massachusetts General Hospital, Michael Mansour, Natalie Alexander, Neutrophils, Priscilla Parris, Ryan Thompson

The Complex Care Service was created for patients like Emily Hedspeth who are, as Thompson described, “the sickest 1 percent of the sickest 1 percent.”

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15.04.21 19:30 Student poem gives voice to enslaved woman on campus in 18th century

Schlagwörter: Arts & Humanities, Drew Faust, Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery Initiative, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard Radcliffe Institute, John Lewis, Larry Bacow, Suzannah Omonuk, Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Venus

In her poem "The Story of Venus," Suzannah Omonuk imagines what life may have been like for the young enslaved woman living on campus in the 18th century.

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15.04.21 13:30 Renovated Houghton Library readies for eventual reopening

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, Anna Burgess, Houghton Library, Martha Whitehead, renovation, Tom Hyry, Fearrington, Architects, University, Foundation

With renovations complete, accessibility enhanced, and new collections to show off, staff at the Houghton Library look forward to welcoming visitors again.

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14.04.21 17:55 Stunning bird photography from Harvard professor

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology in the Muse, bird photography, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, FAS, Gonzalo Giribet, professor of organismic and evolutionary biology

Harvard Professor Gonzalo Giribet takes on bird photography as pandemic hobby.

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14.04.21 17:51 Harvard Business School’s Ronald Chandler remembers his mother

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, Carol Marie Chandler, coronavirus, COVID-19, Pandemic, Ron Chandler, COVID-19-positive, Williamsburg, Immediately, Especially

Ronald Chandler remembers his mother, Carol Marie Chandler.

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14.04.21 13:00 Three alumni to receive 2021 Harvard Medal

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, Harvard Alumni Association, Harvard Medal, Nancy-Beth Gordon Sheerr, Preston N. Williams, Walter K. Clair, Harvard-Radcliffe, Distinguished, HAA-appointed, Intercultural

The Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) announced that Walter K. Clair ’77, M.D. ’81, M.P.H. ’85, Nancy-Beth Gordon Sheerr ’71, and Preston N. Williams, Ph.D. ’67, will receive the 2021 Harvard Medal. The awards will be presented virtually to the 2021 and 2020 recipients at the association’s annual meeting on June 4.

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13.04.21 18:34 Brenda Bernier discusses preservation during a pandemic

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, Brenda Bernier, Harvard Library, Preservation Services, Malloy-Rabinowitz, Communications, Badot-Costello, Environmental, University’s

Preservation Services Director Brenda Bernier discusses preservation during a pandemic — and what comes next.

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13.04.21 18:21 Harvard Medical School expert explains ‘long COVID’

Schlagwörter: Health & Medicine, Alvin Powell, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, coronavirus, COVID long-hauler, COVID-19, Harvard Medical School, Jason Maley, long COVID, Survivorship

As the pandemic reaches what experts hope will be its latter stages, the health care system is seeing more “long COVID” patients, those whose often mild initial illness has been followed up by months of severe, sometimes debilitating symptoms. The Gazette spoke with an expert to find out more.

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13.04.21 15:15 Tindal named director of Harvard Museums of Science & Culture

Schlagwörter: News & Announcements, Brenda Tindal, FAS, Harvard Museums of Science and Culture, research museums, International, Mineralogical, Southeastern, Archaeology, Comparative

Brenda Tindal, an award-winning educator and scholar from the International African American Museum in Charleston, S.C., has been named executive director of Harvard Museums of Science and Culture. Tindal will begin her new position May 17.

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12.04.21 22:39 Instagram post by Amanda Nguyen ’13 gets boost from White House reporter

Schlagwörter: National & World Affairs, “Protecting the Civil Rights of Asian Americans”, Amanda Nguyen, Asian Americans, Atlanta shootings, Donald Trump, Jay Baker, Midland, Racism, Rise, stabbings, Texas, Violenc

A video posted by Amanda Nguyen ’13 was the starting point for Friday’s virtual JFK Jr. Forum discussion, “Protecting the Civil Rights of Asian Americans,” between Nguyen and CBS News senior White House correspondent Weijia Jiang.

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12.04.21 21:50 Scholars recover life stories of the Zealy daguerreotype subjects

Schlagwörter: Arts & Humanities, Brett Milano, Gregg Hecimovich, Henry Louis Gates Jr., Louis Agassiz, Slavery, Zealy daguerreotypes, Hecimovich’s, Archaeology, Hecimovich

Gregg Hecimovich, a Furman University English professor, is working to recover the stories of the Zealy daguerreotypes, which depict enslaved Africans in 19th-century America.

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12.04.21 20:38 THC and CBD content on labels of medicinal products may be inaccurate

Schlagwörter: Health & Medicine, cannabis, CBD, Drug Use, Drugs, Jodi Gilman, Massachusetts General Hospital, MGH, THC, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol

A study of metabolites in the urine of patients taking medical cannabis products shows that the actual THC or CBD content is often different from what they expect.

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12.04.21 20:27 Biden’s call for gun control ‘good first steps,’ says expert

Schlagwörter: National & World Affairs, David Hemenway, Gun Control, Harvard Radcliffe Institute, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, President Biden, Republicans, Department, President, Elizabeth

Stopping gun violence will take myriad approaches, according to David Hemenway, professor of health policy at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, director of the Harvard Injury Control Research Center, and author of the 2006 book “Private Guns, Public Health.”

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12.04.21 19:55 A.R.T. executive producer Diane Borger to step down in June

Schlagwörter: Arts & Humanities, A.R.T. American Repertory Theater, Diane Borger, Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director Diane P, Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director Diane Paulus, Harvard-Radcliffe

American Repertory Theater’s executive producer Diane Borger to step down in June, returning to London where she spent the first 30 years of her career.

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12.04.21 17:59 President’s Innovation Challenge shows off the best from the brightest

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, 2021 President’s Innovation Challenge, Harvard Innovation Labs, Larry Bacow, Matt Segneri, virtual awards ceremony, Biotherapeutics, Therapeutics, President’s, Innovation

Twenty-five venture initiatives will compete for more than half a million dollars in prizes in the 2021 President’s Innovation Challenge.

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12.04.21 17:16 Spanking children may impair their brain development

Schlagwörter: Health & Medicine, Corporal punishment, David G. Weissman, FAS, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Jorge Cuartas, Katie A. McLaughlin, Manisha Aggarwal-Schifellite, Psychology, Stress & Development

Spanking may affect a child’s brain development in ways similar to more severe forms of violence, according to a new study led by Harvard researchers.

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09.04.21 21:36 Biden’s reversal of Trump’s environmental legacy swift, far-reaching

Schlagwörter: National & World Affairs, Alvin Powell, Climate Change, Donald Trump, Environmental and Energy Law Program, Environments & Sustainability, Harvard Law School, Harvard University Center for the Environ

The Biden administration’s actions on the environment have been fast and broad, reversing many anti-environmental policies of the prior administration, despite being limited in many cases to executive action and targeted spending due to Congressional Republican opposition.

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08.04.21 21:24 Telehealth works, but upgrade is still needed, say experts

Schlagwörter: Health & Medicine, Alvin Powell, and Bioethics; Laura Hoffman, Biotechnology, Harvard Law School, Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, Petrie-Flom, University, Bioethics

Telehealth is experiencing a pandemic-induced boom that experts say has helped patients maintain contact with their doctors and lowered barriers to access for many. It’s important, should the change become permanent, to ensure equal access to all communities.

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08.04.21 21:09 Clinton reflects on foreign policy triumphs and challenges

Schlagwörter: National & World Affairs, Baltics, Barack Obama, Belfer Center, Bill Clinton, Boris Yeltsin, Christina Pazzanese, COVID, Ferdinand Marcos, Global Health, Harvard Kennedy School, Hungary, Kim Jong Il,

Former President Bill Clinton gave the inaugural Stephen W. Bosworth Memorial Lecture in Diplomacy in honor of the late U.S. ambassador, looking back on his international actions that still reverberate in U.S. foreign relations today.

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08.04.21 18:11 A science reporter shares ‘the full COVID-19 experience’

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, Alvin Powell, coronavirus, COVID-19, Pandemic, Cummings-Powell-Martelle-Martelle-Herzberger-Harripersaud, Communicable, Connecticut, Conference, University

Gazette senior science writer Alvin Powell shares his view on the complexities of dealing with death amid pandemic, coupled with a profile of his colorful, fiercely independent, oft-married, world traveler mom who succumbed to COVID-19 last spring.

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08.04.21 10:33 ‘Hype Man’ sets the stage for artists and society’s expectations

Schlagwörter: Arts & Humanities, “Hype Man”, Idris Goodwin, Intersectionality, John Oluwole ADEkoje, Kadahj Bennett, Michael Knowlton, Rachel Cognata, Racism, sexism, Shawn LaCount, Theater, Virtually Oberon

The A.R.T. presents Company One’s production, “Hype Man: a break beat play,” which follows three hip-hop artists as they wrestle with these questions from their rehearsal space to the stage and the streets and back again, against a backdrop of racist violence and inequality. It streams at select times through May 6.

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07.04.21 17:37 Navy veteran’s writing inspired by animal encounters

Schlagwörter: Arts & Humanities, “Bring Out the Dog”, “The Outsiders”, ” The Who, Afghanistan, Harvard Radcliffe Institute, Iraq, Pink Floyd, U.S. Navy, Will Mackin

At Radcliffe, Navy veteran Mackin is at work on his next series, “Animals,” featuring a selection of stories left out of his first collection, many inspired by the animals he came across while on duty with a SEAL team in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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07.04.21 16:22 St. Louis photographers highlight Black community

Schlagwörter: Arts & Humanities, “In the City: Memories of Black Presence”, Alana Marie, Cami Thomas, Collin W. Elliott, De Nichols, Exhibition, Griot Museum of Black History, Kinloch, Lois Conley, Nyara Williams,

Black photographers highlight the past and present of the city of St. Louis.

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07.04.21 15:08 Devah Pager, 46

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, Memorial Minute, Memorial Minutes, Multidisciplinary, Wisconsin–Madison, Methodological, Association’s, Dissertation

At a Meeting of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences on April 6, 2021, the Minute honoring the life and service of the late Devah Pager, Professor of Sociology, was placed upon the records. Pager was renowned for her research on hiring discrimination and the consequences of mass incarceration.

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06.04.21 23:00 Harvard College accepts 1,968 to Class of 2025

Schlagwörter: News & Announcements, First-generation, American/Black, International, Fitzsimmons, Conference

Harvard College has offered admission to 1,223 applicants for the Class of 2025 through its regular-action program, with 1,968 admitted in total, including those selected in the early action process. The total number of applications for the Class of 2025 was 57,435, a marked increase from 40,248 for the Class of 2024.

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06.04.21 20:25 Why ice cream hurts your teeth and how to stop it

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, cold sensitivity, Jochen Lennerz, Massachusetts General Hospital, MGH, Teeth, tooth sensitivity, Friedrich-Alexander, Erlangen-Nuremberg, Thermosensation

Odontoblasts have a newly discovered function: sensing cold, which can trigger pain in teeth. But scientists have also found a way to block the pathway to cold-sensitive teeth.

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06.04.21 18:18 SHAM lets students share the magic

Schlagwörter: Arts & Humanities, Ben Meron, Computer Science, FAS, Manisha Aggarwal-Schifellite, Mark Glickman, Neuroscience, Nikita Nair, Sam Dvorak, Society of Harvard-Undergraduate Magicians, Statistics, Taylor

With a shared love of magic, two students founded the Society of Harvard-Undergraduate Magicians, known by its clever acronym, SHAM.

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05.04.21 20:22 How we handle stress at 45 linked to prenatal exposure

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, prenatal stress, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Stress, Whitfield-Gabrieli, Massachusetts, Northeastern, Conference, Innovation

Men and women whose mothers experienced stressful events during pregnancy regulate stress differently in the brain 45 years later, results of a long-term study demonstrate.

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05.04.21 14:08 Harvard Data Science Review wins PROSE award for best new journal in Science

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, data science, Harvard Data Science Initiative, Harvard Data Science Review, MIT Press, PROSE awards, Massachusetts, Professional, Association, Conference

Harvard Data Science named best new journal in science.

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02.04.21 20:42 Harvard Foundation names Taraji P. Henson Artist of the Year

Schlagwörter: Arts & Humanities, Arielle Corbin-Contreras, Artist of the Year, Cultural Rhythms, Derrick Ochiaga, FAS, Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Rela, Joy Nesbitt, Kuumba Singers, Manisha Aggarw

Taraji P. Henson was feted as the 2021 Harvard Foundation’s Artist of the Year.

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02.04.21 19:59 Symposium retraces steps to anti-Asian racism

Schlagwörter: National & World Affairs, Asian American violence, christina ong, COVID-19, Racism, Harvard-Yenching, International, Organization, Highlighting, Educational

As Asian Americans face random acts of violence, a symposium looks at centuries of entrenched racism, much of which has been fostered, if not engendered, by the media and the fears of white America.

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02.04.21 19:25 Approval of at-home tests releases a pandemic-fighting weapon

Schlagwörter: Health & Medicine, Abbott’s BinaxNOW, Alvin Powell, coronavirus, COVID-19, FDA, Food and Drug Administration, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Michael Mina, Quidel’s QuickVue, rapid antigen

FDA approval of two over-the-counter rapid antigen tests promises to transform the testing landscape around COVID-19, lowering cost and giving the certainty of knowing when you’re infected to the individual, a Harvard epidemiologist said.

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02.04.21 18:24 Study offers new clues about what causes persistent itch

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Brigham and Women’s, eczema, Harvard Medical School, Hayley Bridger, HMS, Isaac Chiu, K. Frank Austen, Co-investigators, Hypersensitivity

Insights at the intersection of the nervous, immune systems point to the culprit.

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02.04.21 18:21 Harvard experts examine the history of food in art

Schlagwörter: Arts & Humanities, Food Literacy Project, Harvard Art Museums, Harvard University Dining Services, Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studi, Busch-Reisinger, Seattle/Artists, Self-Portrait

A panel of experts explored the various ways in which the history of food in art tells a story of creativity and craftsmanship during a recent virtual talk sponsored by the Harvard Art Museums and presented in partnership with the Food Literacy Project at Harvard University Dining Services.

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02.04.21 17:29 Harvard Business School competition features adaptive entrepreneurs

Schlagwörter: Business & Economy, Harvard Business School, Harvard Business School New Venture Competition, HBS, SupplierMarket.com, Satchu-Burgstone, M.P.A./ID/M.B.A, MassChallenge, Associations

The New Venture Competition features entrepreneurs adapting to challenging times.

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02.04.21 17:08 Kathy Santoro remembers her mother before losing her to COVID-19

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, coronavirus, COVID, COVID-19, Kathy Santoro, Pandemic, Portraits of Loss, Fortunately, Conference, Marblehead

Kathy Santoro, director of HR Programs and Operations for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, remembers time spent with her mother before losing her to COVID-19.

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02.04.21 16:39 Pforzheimer House’s Super Mario stays connected with social media

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, Housing, Kiana Ziadkhanpour, Mario Leon, Pfoho, Pforzheimer House, Ziadkhanpour, Pforzheimer, Conference, Committee

Mario Leon picked up the nickname Super Mario as a sign of affection over his lengthy tenure as the warm, helpful building manager at Pforzheimer House.

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02.04.21 14:00 Rallying religious and health leaders to prevent child abuse

Schlagwörter: National & World Affairs, Catholic Church, clergy child sexual-abuse, Jennifer S. Wortham, Pope Francis, Religion, the Rev. Dr. Denis Mukwege, Quantitative, Epidemiology, Flourishing

“Faith and Flourishing: Strategies for Preventing and Healing Child Sexual Abuse,” an online symposium on April 8, will bring together survivors, public health experts, and religious leaders from various traditions to explore best practices for confronting and ending such abuse as well as promoting recovery.

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01.04.21 17:52 Personalized melanoma vaccines show lasting effects

Schlagwörter: Health & Medicine, Alvin Powell, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Cancer, Cancer vaccine, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, Melanoma, NeoVax, oncology, Patrick Ott, Skin Cancer, the B

Researchers at Harvard Medical School and affiliated institutions have shown that a personalized cancer vaccine that is specific to an individual’s tumor has lasting effects, detecting vaccine-related immune system changes years after the vaccine was given.

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01.04.21 15:35 Oh, the places you’ll go when navigating the Yard

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, Alyssa Goodman, Harvard Yard, Neil Khurana, Zev Minsky-Primus, Minsky-Primus, Mesopotamians, Goodman’s, Professor, Astronomy

Alyssa Goodman’s class in predictive systems took 28 students all over the Yard as they followed the same directions.

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31.03.21 15:48 Scholar praises Biden’s picks for federal bench

Schlagwörter: National & World Affairs, Candace Jackson-Akiwumi, Daniel Harsha, Deborah Boardman, Diversity, Federal judgeships, Florence Y. Pan, Ketanji Brown Jackson, Lydia Griggsby, Maya Sen, Tiffany Cunningham,

Maya Sen, a political scientist and professor of public policy at Harvard Kennedy School, praises President Biden’s initial picks to fill vacancies on the federal bench.

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31.03.21 15:00 Researchers discover how chronic stress leads to hair loss

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, corticosterone, cortisol, Gas6, hair follicle stem cells, hair follicles, hair loss, Nature, Regeneration, Sekyu Choi, stress hormones, Ya-Chieh Hsu

A Harvard study has confirmed that stress can lead to hair loss.

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30.03.21 17:57 A closer look at Harvard’s creatures on campus

Schlagwörter: Campus & Community, Braunschweiger, Massachusetts, Indo-Asiatic, Friendships, Neotropical

On Harvard's building facades, gates, and shields, a closer look reveals a host of nature’s and mythic beasts, from lions to boars, from eagles to owls, a famous pair of rhinos, and even a Pegasus and a unicorn.

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30.03.21 17:54 Reflecting on Louis Agassiz’s lesser-known images from Brazil

Schlagwörter: Arts & Humanities, African and African American Studies, Alejandro de la Fuente, Anita Ekman, Christoph Irmscher, FAS, History, Hutchins Center for African and African American R, Irmscher, Louis Agas

In 1865, Harvard Professor Louis Agassiz traveled to Brazil to create a photographic catalog of people of different races as anatomic evidence in support of his beliefs. Scholars, artists, and curators from Brazil and the U.S. will reflect on these lesser-known images during a panel discussion called “Race, Representation, and Agassiz’s Brazilian Fantasy” hosted by the Peabody Museum.

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30.03.21 14:51 Peabody Museum’s repatriation efforts encounter complications

Schlagwörter: National & World Affairs, NAGPRA, Native Americans, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Philip Deloria, repatriation, Institution’s, University’s, Geographical, Ethnology’s

Gazette spoke with Philip Deloria, chair of the NAGPRA Advisory Committee, and past chair of the Repatriation Committee at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian, to learn about the importance of following both the law and the spirit of the process, what the Peabody has already accomplished, and its future plans.

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29.03.21 19:58 Godzilla grabs the spotlight in course on Japanese monsters

Schlagwörter: Arts & Humanities, “Godzilla vs. Kong”, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizatio, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, FAS, Godzilla, Japanese monsters, King Kong, William Tsutsui, Distinguished

William Tsutsui, the Edwin O. Reischauer Distinguished Professor of Japanese Studies who teaches an East Asian studies course that explores the rich history of Japanese monsters, says which one will win the new “Godzilla vs. Kong” is anybody’s guess.

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29.03.21 17:57 Ed School dean looks at post-pandemic challenges for schools

Schlagwörter: National & World Affairs, Bridget Terry Long, COVID, Harvard Graduate School of Education, inequities, learning loss, Pandemic, After-school, Immediately, Persistent

Q&A with Bridget Terry Long, dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, about the impact of the COVID-19 crisis in the field of education.

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26.03.21 19:18 Harvard panel looks for way forward on climate change

Schlagwörter: Science & Technology, Climate Change, Daniel Schrag, Harvard University Center for the Environment, James H. Stock, Jennifer Leaning, Pandemic, Peter Huybers, Rebecca Henderson, Mediterranean

If the causes and problems of climate change are entwined, then the solutions must be as well, according to an online panel of Harvard faculty.

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26.03.21 18:29 Harvard experts discuss potential Supreme Court reform

Schlagwörter: National & World Affairs, “Reform of the Supreme Court?”, Annette Gordon-Reed, Carrington-Cramton proposal, ideological divide, Linda Greenhouse, Rappaport Forum, Saikrishna Prakash, Supreme Court

The Law School panel “Reform of the Supreme Court?” looked at current problems in the Supreme Court, and possible ways to fix them.

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26.03.21 17:40 Fighting for equality at the ballot box

Schlagwörter: National & World Affairs, Alumni, current students, Law School, redistricting, Ruth Greenwood, Sarah Gonski, voter suppression, Constitution, Collectively

Law School affiliates talk about the fight for racial equality at the voting booth.

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