Please join Countway Library and the HMS Arts and Humanities Initiative for a virtual discussion with Guggenheim Fellow Kaitlyn Greenidge about Libertie, a novel about one of the first Black women physicians in the US.
Black History Month is celebrated in the US and Canada during the month of February, which was chosen for its significance as the birth month of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass, both legacy figures in the transformative timeline of black history and racial equality.
Countway is excited to welcome all Harvard Longwood Medical Campus students to its newly renovated building to study. We will be opening for seat reservations and book pick-up beginning January 6, 2021.
Books are vital to understanding ourselves and those around us. Use this month as a starting place to read stories and compilations by indigenous authors and expand your understanding of Native American history.
Four out of five adults report feeling that they have too much to do and not enough time to do it. How can we escape the time traps that make us feel this way and keep us from living our best lives? Author and Harvard Business School professor Ashley Whillans will give you proven strategies for improving your "time affluence," freeing up time that you can reinvest in positive, healthy activities.
Calling all Harvard student writers! Submit your short stories, poetry, and creative nonfiction for the first-ever Long Story Short Award contest. Prizes range from $200-$500, and selected works will be published in Short Story Dispensers all over the world!