Nearly every Wednesday afternoon, a history professor and a Harvard undergrad meet to discuss hysteria, insanity, and ghosts. Feature story for the Radcliffe Quarterly Magazine.
Lives Lived in the Sciences; Women talk about life in the Lab.
For one undergraduate, it was a history of lead poisoning; for another, it was an abstract painter. Pforzheimer research grants gave both the luxury to study.
What The Turks Ate: a recipient of a Radcliffe Dissertation Fellowship talks about his research on 14th-century Anatolian food.