Events

Brynn Elliott
2018 Feb 05

Homerathon: A Marathon Reading of Homer's Odyssey

Location: 

Arts Cafe at Barker Center, 12 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA
9:00am to 4:00pm

Come read The Odyssey with us!

Beginning with the Ancient Greek, traveling book by book through centuries of translations, and ending with Prof. Emily Wilson's newest rendition, read by the translator herself.

Sign up to read a 5-minute segment of this epic oral poem, and join us in this collaborative endeavor!

To sign up and find out more, visit: https://arts-hum.wixsite.com/homerathon 

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2017 Nov 04

Presidential First Use of Nuclear Weapons: Is it Legal? Is it Constitutional? Is it Just?

Location: 

Harvard Science Center
9:00am to 5:00pm

Nuclear weapons strategy in the United States is designed around “presidential first use,” an arrangement that enables one man, the president, to kill and maim many millions of people in a single afternoon. What legal or philosophical principle differentiates the moral harm or moral wrong that would be attributed to a terrorist, non-state actor or hacker who delivered a nuclear weapon from a presidential launch of a nuclear weapon? The conference will bring together international and constitutional scholars and statesmen to examine the nature of presidential first use in the United...

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2017 Oct 27

Freshman Family Weekend Reception

Location: 

Farkas Hall 3rd Floor Studio
5:30pm

Freshmen and their families meet Arts & Humanities Dean Robin Kelsey with faculty representing the many arts and humanities departments and programs. Learn more about the experiences and opportunities students can expect studying the humanities at Harvard.

Music and light refreshment provided!