History of Women at Harvard
It’s Complicated: 375 Years of Women at Harvard was the Radcliffe Dean’s Lecture in honor of Harvard University’s 375th anniversary.
Historian Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz talked about the evolution of Harvard University’s relationship with women, from the university’s founding 375 years ago, when Harvard excluded women as students and teachers to the present continuing struggle for equity. She responded to questions from members of the audience.
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Lizabeth Cohen Dean Harvard University->Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
Drew Gilpin Faust President Harvard University
Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz Professor Emerita Smith College->History and American Studies
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