Wellbeing

2022 Mar 08

The Future of Women and Work (and Why It's Different Than You Think)

12:00pm to 1:00pm

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As we celebrate International Women’s Day, join Reshma Saujani, CEO of Marshall Plan for Moms and Founder of Girls Who Code in conversation with Care.com CEO Tim Allen. In her newest book, PAY UP, Reshma dismantles the myth of “having it all” and lifts the burden we place on individual women to be primary caregivers, and to work around a system built for and by men. The time has come, she argues, for a sweeping culture shift. Reshma and Tim will discuss how the private sector can lead on innovating and advancing equitable workplaces, as well as share their own experiences of parenting...

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2022 Feb 22

Countway Cinema: Mission: JOY

6:00pm to 7:45pm

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Virtual screening of this documentary followed by a Zoom discussion with Rev. Dr. Monica Sanford, Assistant Dean for Multireligous Ministry, Harvard Divinity School

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Deeply moving and laugh-out-loud funny, this documentary gives unprecedented access to the unlikely friendship of two international Nobel Peace Prize winners and global icons who transcend religion: His Holiness the Dalai Lama & Archbishop Tutu. Offering groundbreaking...

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2022 Feb 22

Food Literacy Project Conversation with Larissa Zimberoff

7:00pm to 8:00pm

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Are you curious about the changing landscape of food as food tech companies like Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods, and Eat Just are becoming staples in our grocery stores and kitchens? Join FLP for a conversation with Larissa Zimberoff, journalist and author of Technically Food: Inside Silicon Valley's Mission to Change What We Eat

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2022 May 04

After-School Animal Encounters: Ancient Ancestors

4:00pm to 4:45pm

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Ever wonder what a tarantula and a horseshoe crab have in common? Did you know snakes once had legs? What exactly are the dinosaurs' living descendents? By examining fossils and other clues we can learn all about modern-day animals and their ancient ancestors! Join human museum staffers Javier and Arielle as they lead you in a 45-minute program with live animals and specimens from the museum collections. This event will be fun for the whole family so bring your...

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2022 Apr 06

After-School Animal Encounters: Super Skeletons

4:00pm to 4:45pm

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Do snakes have bones? Can a turtle crawl out of its shell? How far could you jump if you were a frog? Looking at skeletons can help us answer these questions! Comparing the skeletons of different animals can help us learn more about how they live and move. Join human museum staffers Arielle and Javier as they lead you in a 45-minute program with live animals and specimens from the museum collections. This event will be fun for the whole family so bring your...

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2022 Mar 27

Amazing Archaeology Fair at Harvard

1:00pm to 4:00pm

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Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology, 11 Divinity Avenue and Harvard Museum of the Ancient Near East, 6 Divinity Avenue

Special In-Person Family Event

Free with Museum Admission; Admissions Reservations Required.

Experience an epic day of archaeological events with the family! Activities are scattered across two museums so explore Native North American, Central American, Egyptian, Mesopotamian and Mediterranean archaeology. Throw a spear with a spear thrower....

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2022 Mar 09

After-School Animal Encounters: Get Growing!

4:00pm to 4:45pm

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Free Virtual Family Program

In the natural world, animals have all sorts of fascinating ways in which they grow. From tadpoles changing into bullfrogs to baby turtles becoming goliaths, growing up is a big part of life! Learn about the different life cycles and life histories of some of our favorite museum animals and how they’ve grown over time. Join human museum staffers Javier...

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2022 Mar 03

The Maternal Imprint. Book presentation & conversation

6:00pm to 7:00pm

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Free Virtual Book Presentation & Conversation

Sarah Richardson, Professor of the History of Science and of Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality, Harvard University in conversation with Emily Oster, Professor of Economics, Brown University

Advance Registration Required.

At the turn of the twentieth century, any notion that a...

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2022 May 06

HAM Art Study Center Seminar at Home: George Abrams on Rembrandt

11:00am to 12:00pm

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From quick sketches of figures and faces to Dutch landscapes to biblical scenes, Rembrandt animated his renderings of a now-lost world. George Abrams, a distinguished collector of Dutch drawings, will share insights and observations about his favorite works by Rembrandt in his own collection and those at the Harvard Art Museums. He will also introduce prominent followers and students of the great Dutch artist, whose identities are coming to light thanks to ongoing research.

Led by:
George Abrams, Harvard College ’54, Harvard Law ’57, collector

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