News & Announcements
Putting science to work: Francesco Rolando changed concentrations to place medicine in a social context
Francesco Rolando’s interest in health policy deepened last spring, when he conducted research for his thesis while volunteering at a Turin medical clinic.
Chinaza Asiegbu (History, Secondary in African Studies and French Citation, 2022) received a Summer Internship Grant from CES in 2020 to conduct a virtual internship at the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization in Paris. She also participated in the Europe in Washington Workshop on Democracy and Transatlantic Relations, made possible by a generous grant from Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall (AB ’81) who currently serves as White House Homeland Security Adviser.
Christiane Taubira and Aminata Touré detail efforts in their nations to combat racism in a seminar led by CES Resident Faculty Mary D. Lewis.
On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the Greek Revolution, CES Faculty Associate Panagiotis Roilos gave a paper on Harvard and the Greek Revolution at the Mahindra Humanities Center Seminar on Modern Greek Studies.
How Harvard History Professor Maya Jasanoff has pursued the humanities—and how you can, too
CES is pleased to announce that George Soroka (Ph.D. ’14) is the new editor of the Open Forum Working Paper Series.
Capturing the exotic creatures that grace Harvard’s buildings, gates, and shields
At Harvard and elsewhere, philhellenes celebrate Greek independence.
An interview with Peter Gordon about his new book Migrants in the Profane (Yale University Press, 2020).