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The Natural History of Song is a systematic investigation of the world's vocal music. We are based in the Music Lab at Harvard University.


WHAT IS INTELLECTUAL HISTORY? A FRANKLY PARTISAN INTRODUCTION TO. A FREQUENTLY MISUNDERSTOOD FIELD. Peter E. Gordon. Professor of History. Harvard University. Introduction. Harvard University now boasts of a great number of accomplished historians whose interests and methods align them ...


Aug 12, 2010 ... In the spring of 2010, Harvard University, for the first time in its history, offered a course on Ismaili History and Thought. Harvard student Shenila S. Khoja-Moolji spoke with Professor Ali Asani about his experience designing and teaching it.


A site that shows you how to piece together the past from the fragments that have survived. Our case study: Martha Ballard.


Jun 13, 2017 ... Part of the elite US group of Ivy League schools, Harvard and Yale are among the world's most acclaimed and competitive universities. Of the .... 8th. 51-100. Engineering (mechanical). Joint 4th. 51-100. English language & literature. 3rd. 5 th. Environmental sciences. Joint 4th. Joint 13th. History. 1st. 6th.


Dec 4, 2014 ... University of California, Berkeley sociology professor Jerome Karabel details this discrimination against Jewish students in his acclaimed book "The Chosen: The Hidden History of Admission and Exclusion at Harvard, Yale, and Princeton." In one chapter, Karabel highlights the controversial actions of A.


Kluge Fellowship, Library of Congress, 2016. Michigan Society of Fellows, University of Michigan, 2012-15. Walter D. Love Article Prize, North American Conference on British Studies, 2013. FHHS Article Prize, Forum for History of Human Science, 2013. Harold K. Gross Prize, Department of History, Harvard University, ...


Hiromu Nagahara studies the history of modern Japan. He received his PhD ( 2011) in History from Harvard University. His research interests focuses on the politics of art and culture in Japan since the nineteenth century. His book, Tokyo Boogie-Woogie: Japan's Pop Era and Its Discontents (Harvard University Press, 2017), ...


Conceived by Harvard physics professor Howard Aiken, and designed and built by IBM, the Harvard Mark 1 is a room-sized, relay-based calculator. The machine had a fifty-foot long camshaft running the length of machine that synchronized the machine's thousands of component parts and used 3,500 relays. The Mark 1 ...