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Carrie Lambert-Beatty

Podcast

Exploring “parafiction” in contemporary art and our post-truth culture—with Carrie Lambert-Beatty, professor of the history of art and architecture and of art, film, and visual studies.

11.30.20

Carrie Lambert-Beatty headshot over an orange background.

Carrie Lambert-Beatty

Exploring “parafiction” in contemporary art and our post-truth culture—with Carrie Lambert-Beatty, professor of the history of art and architecture and of art, film, and visual studies.

11.30.20

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Francesca Dominici

Discussing the link between air pollution and effects of COVID-19, and the importance of data for rapid public-health responses —with Francesca Dominici, professor of biostatistics at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

11.23.20

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Rebecca Henderson

How to reform capitalism to confront climate change and extreme inequality, with economist and McArthur University Professor Rebecca Henderson

11.16.20

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Jeannie Suk Gersen

Photograph by Nina Subin

Harvard Law School professor Jeannie Suk Gersen breaks down the use of race in college admissions and the future of affirmative action at the Supreme Court. 

11.9.20

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Danielle Allen

Photograph by Laura Rose

The case for reinventing American democracy through an enlarged House of Representatives, ranked-choice voting, and more

11.2.20

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Caroline Buckee

Anonymized location data can help guide strategies for protecting public health in a pandemic.

10.26.20

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Professors David Keith and Daniel Schrag

Some changes cannot be stopped, but reflecting sunlight back into space could slow their pace.

10.16.20

Climate change, capitalism, COVID-19, and more from the next season of Harvard Magazine’s podcast. 

10.16.20