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Schlesinger Library Opens Exhibit on the History of Abortion in America

The Radcliffe Institute opened its new exhibit last Monday, presenting the history of abortion in the United States spanning the decades prior to the landmark Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade to this year’s reversal of the 1973 decision.


Houghton Library Opens Exhibition on Drag in America

Houghton Library opened on Tuesday an exhibition on the history of drag in America, organized by Matthew Wittmann, curator of the Harvard Theatre Collection.


Drag Exhibit

An American Drag exhibit recently opened in Houghton Library.


From The Archives — Flyby Tries: Sleepover in Cabot Library

Raymond and Annette are two students who are taking multiple p-set classes. As a result, they spend most of their time grueling over their homework at Cabot Library. In fact, they probably spend more time at Cabot than they do in their own dorms. One day, they had a groundbreaking idea to hold a Sleepover in Cabot™ because… why not? They were young, naive, and excited to make memories in their dorm away from dorm.


Mira Nair Archives

The Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America is housed at Harvard's Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.


Harvard Library Reopens Physical Spaces to Non-University Affiliates

The Harvard Library reopened its physical spaces to visiting researchers and special borrowers last week for the second time since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.


Schlesinger Library Expands #MeToo Data Collection

The Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study will expand its “#metoo Digital Media Collection,” a project that began in 2017 to cumulate the digital footprint of the social media driven #MeToo movement.


Houghton Library Presents New Exhibition on Animal Anthropomorphism

After remaining closed for nearly two years, Houghton Library premiered its exhibition “Animals Are Us” — which explores the use of animal anthropomorphism in literature — to the public this semester.


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