- Karen Chee '17, "Times I Have Actually Used Math Since High School" for The New Yorker
- Pursuing Ethnic Studies through the Modern World field in The Crimson
- Maia Silber '17 named a Rhodes Scholar
- Ian Askew '19, Eli Wilson Pelton '17, Maia Silber '17, and Elizabeth Huber '17 on "Vision & Justice" in Aperture
- Lorgia Garcia-Peña on her book, The Borders of Dominicanidad: Race, Nation, and Archives of Contradiction
- Maia Silber '17, "Harvard's Rank and File" for The New York Times
- Emma Talkoff '18, "Breaking the Surface with Schulyer Bailar" in The Crimson
History & Literature is the study of ideas in context.
In discussion-based seminars and individualized tutorials, History & Literature students develop unique expertise in more than one discipline, more than one language, more than one century, and more than one culture.
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