The Dudley Orchestra invites you to join us for our performance of Johannes Brahms’ final work for orchestra, the Double Concerto in A minor, and for a bookending group of Gustav Mahler’s compositions: songs drawn from the early Des Knaben Wunderhorn cycle, and the Adagio from the incomplete 10th Symphony. Our featured soloists are violinist Jennifer Hsiao, cellist Mikiko Fujiwara, and soprano Lucy Fitz Gibbon.
Tickets will be available at the door, and are currently online at the Harvard Box Office. ...
Join the Arts and Literary Fellows for a Night full of Poetry!
Come listen to poems in Urdu, Arabic, Icelandic, German, Dominican Creole, French, Greek, Ancient Greek, Chinese, and Korean among other languages. Poems will be read aloud in original language with English translations...
The Italian Student Association and Dudley Arts Fellows are pleased to invite you to come Enjoy a night of Italian cinema with Italian food and Italian wine. We will be showing “Perfetti Sconosciuti”, the winner of the David di Donatello Prize, Best Film Category (2016). You don't have to know Italian to join us, because the movie will include English subtitles.
This event is open to all Harvard affiliates and their guests.
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Join us for our final Senior Common Room DInner of the 2018-2019 academic year. This month's SCR dinner will feature a talk and discussion with Professor Eric Mazur. Professor Mazur is Balkanski Professor of Physics and Applied Physics and Area Chair of Applied Physics at Harvard University, Member of the Faculty of Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and former President of the Optical Society.
As usual, there will be a reception at 5:30 pm in the Graduate Student Lounge followed by a three-course dinner in the Senior Common Room. Pick up your (free!)...
Come learn about the GSAS language tables, socialize with table leaders and other foreign language learners, and sign up to join any one of the 14 active language tables at Harvard, whose members meet weekly to practice a foreign language.
Join us for a viewing party of the 2019 Oscars! Snacks and drinks will be provided (bring ID for alcoholic beverages) and prizes will be given to the most (and least) correct predictions, and to the best movie-themed costume and shared snack!
Co-sponsored by Dudley Food Literacy and Dudley Intellectual & Cultural Fellows. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come join us for a reception and three-course dinner at Dudley House, with a presentation by Dr. Abby Spinak, lecturer in urban planning at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Abby Spinak studies community-owned energy in the 1930s, a period of economic upheaval that sparked vibrant policy experimentation in the United States, including federal financing for "electric cooperatives" and other adventures in democratic resource management. Placing recent calls for a "Green New Deal" in historical context, Dr. Spinak will talk about some of the political struggles in the...
Dudley House (Lehman Hall) Graduate Student Lounge, 2nd Floor
About the movie:
Posing as a boy with the kids in her new community, ten-year-old Laure enjoys playing about as a lad, despite the challenges this sometimes presents. However, the truth cannot remain hidden and the games have to end.
Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb-Oys-IcWE...
How could ancient Rome possibly help us, with its mad emperors, tight hierarchies and snail-pace communications? Emma Dench reflects on a year-long experiment teaching with Frances Frei at HBS in 2015-16, and on how Rome helps her in her current “day job”.