Since we have so many areas around the world with only a very few members, we are posting the list of featured events which the HAA emails to subscribers each month. It is one way we are able to help members meet alums in their areas and possibly expand our membership to develop stronger communities.

HAA Events

Cambridge & Boston-area Events

BOSTON / OCT 12

Fifty Shades of Green: Tales from the Hothouse at the Arnold Arboretum

BOSTON / OCT 13

Harvard Varsity Club Hall of Fame Dinner

BOSTON / OCT 21

Fog x Macbeth at the Arnold Arboretum

BOSTON / OCT 23

Boston’s New Digital Future: What Should the Priorities Be? 

CAMBRIDGE / OCT 17

Home Ownership: Demystifying the Process

CAMBRIDGE / OCT 18

Exhibition: Introducing Tony Conrad: A Retrospective

CAMBRIDGE / OCT 18

Annual Henri Zerner Lecture: Delaroche’s Egyptian Excursion

CAMBRIDGE / OCT 19

Screening: Tony Conrad AB ’61 Films

CAMBRIDGE / OCT 23

HGSC All-Ages Book Swap & Happy Hour

CAMBRIDGE / OCT 24

Askwith Forums: Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Screening and Discussion

CAMBRIDGE / OCT 25

Cecilia Vicuña: Cinepoetics

CAMBRIDGE / OCT 26

Lecture: Archaeological Exploration of Sardis

CAMBRIDGE / OCT 26

Askwith Forums: Leading the Global Education Movement

CAMBRIDGE / OCT 28

Connect, Collaborate, and Conserve: Hike and Talk at the Harvard Forest

CAMBRIDGE / NOV 1

Askwith Forums: Civic Education Goes Global with Harvard Professor Michael Sandel

For events worldwide http://alumni.harvard.edu/programs-events

Radcliffe Institute Events

Schlesinger Library 75th Anniversary Celebration: A Performance and Discussion

A Schlesinger Library 75th Anniversary Event

he Suffragists captures the power and passion of American women’s fight for the vote through song. Created by the acclaimed singer-songwriter Shaina Taub, the musical tells the story of the last decade of the struggle through the rivalry between Carrie Chapman Catt and Alice Paul. Fighting opposition from elected officials and indifference—if not outright hostility—from the general public, suffragists were also driven by internal conflicts over strategy and priorities. Not willing to wait any longer, militant suffragists took to the streets to make their demands known. Taub’s musical gives voice to these women in ways that powerfully resonate in today’s political landscape.

The concert will be followed by a multidisciplinary panel discussion.

Please register and join us.

https://radcliffe-nenmf.formstack.com/forms/2018_schlesinger_75th_anniversary_celebration

Free and open to the public.