- René Carrasco hosts Nelson Maldonado Torres for "Educate, Organize, Decolonize"
- Lorgia García Peña presents Undocumented Knowledge: Students, Borders, and the Politics of Sanctuary
- Miguel Garcia ’17 on mental health and social justice in the Harvard Gazette
- Terry Park hosts comedian Kristina Wong at the Agassiz Theater
- Gussie Roc '17 on Discovering the Humanities at Harvard
- History & Literature Seniors Submit Theses in The Crimson
- Marella Gayla '19, on "A History of Sexual Violence at Harvard" 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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