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Rochester historian takes a role in preserving world cultural heritage
What do the Great Barrier Reef, the mountain railways of India ... Trained as an architect and a scholar, Christensen worked as a curator at the Museum of Modern Art before earning a PhD in the ...
The Museum of Science ranks among the best in the nation. The accolades don’t come without turmoil
But in Boston, the Museum of Science bears the distinctive burden of high expectations ... such as the efficiency of a person’s gait or the shape of the arch of her foot. But some of the museum’s ...
An aural history of the podcast
Radio played its part, they say, but true podcasting was about anyone being able to put themselves and their content out there: its history ... typical radio things—‘Hey, it’s 9:35am, 25°C ...
A Bartender’s Guide to Boston
“When people think of Boston, they think Boston cream pie and a cup of chowder. Those things are here, but they’re definitely just one small piece of what makes this city so incredible. We have a rich ...
Welcome to the Fractured States of America
Christine M. says that her stepfather canceled his plane ticket to her wedding in Utah because of their political differences (she’s anti-President Donald Trump, he’s pro). Justin M. won’t wear his ...
Greenwich Reads Together Hosts Program on Censorship in Art
The Fogg Art Museum at Harvard and The British National Trust. She holds an MA from Boston University in Art History and an Ed.M in Education from Harvard University. The program is open to all.
Should Museums Return Artifacts To Their Original Countries?
You can even see the ancient temple on top of the rock through the glass walls, which permit natural light to illumine the marbles on display as they do ... Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Harvard ...
A century ago, the science was settled: Immigrants had to be kept out
What science has “proved,” he says, is that “we’re Nordics” and that “we’ve produced all the things that go to make civilization — oh, science and art and all that. Do you see ... of the American ...
Confronting bias through fashion
I think that ultimately, what we’re aiming for as creatives is for our children to be able to aspire to do much more than what we have accomplished. By seeing things ... Museum of Fine Arts Gender ...
Coming Soon: History Vs. Theodore Roosevelt
TR kept just as busy while he was at Harvard, where he lived in a boarding house off campus because the dorms were considered not ideal for his asthma. He joined a number of clubs: He wrote in his ...
The most underappreciated women in science history
She would write (via Cosmos), "Although I did not do research just for the prize, it still hurts me a lot that my work was overlooked for certain reasons." Something important happened in the field of ...
Friday essay: thinking like a planet - environmental crisis and the humanities
One example is Niall Ferguson, a Scottish historian and professor of history at Harvard University, who calls climate science “science fiction” and recently joined the ranks of old, white, privileged ...