The field of medical anthropology began as an idea, scrawled onto a scrap of paper, living amongst a nest of others, filed atop the desk of Arthur Kleinman.
Views of Harvard University students engaging in public service.
From a hospital rehabilitation center, recovering from the brutalities of war in the Congo, a choir of survivors sings of strength and hope.
Eight accomplished Harvard graduates describe their passions and where their journeys lead next.
Of the many tales emerging from the rubble of post-earthquake Port-au-Prince, here is one.
Transporting patients from one location to another in post-quake Haiti can be a complicated task; often involving barriers of logistics, distance, and language. Sometimes the greatest challenge is a ticking clock.
For the first time, a sitting president of Harvard University visits the continent of Africa.
Harvard’s first female president feels a special connection with schoolgirls around the globe looking for inspiration.
Physicist Lene Hau has done what Einstein thought was impossible. Not only has she discovered how to stop light, but she can also set it moving again.