In this episode of the Harvard Data Science Review podcast, we dive into the data on refugees and immigration.
The Editors of HDSR | Aug 16
Not content with writing the music of his time, Richard Wagner proposed that his job as a composer was to write the music of the future.
David Huron | Aug 12
When it comes to the modern history of Islamic art, the story of Musil's "discovery" of Qusayr ‘Amra epitomizes the difference between objects as they exist and knowledge about them.
Shahzad Bashir | Aug 9
Iofan’s career is a precise reflection of all the compromises that architects must make with power.
Deyan Sudjic | Aug 4
What are these jobs and why are they so essential to achieving urban sustainability goals?
William Shutkin & Andy Bush | Aug 1
When we enter the silence, we return from the exile that is our ordinary state of mind.
Shierry Weber Nicholsen | Jul 28
To many urban Americans in the 1920s, the car and its driver were tyrants that deprived others of their freedom.
Peter Norton | Jul 25
New research on magical thinking challenges many traditional views of cognition.
Gustav Kuhn | Jul 19
Historian Peter Baldwin explores the evolution of the state's role in crime and punishment over 3,000 years.
Peter Baldwin | Jul 15
A poetic, geographic, and botanical journey of perfume discovery.
Jean-Claude Ellena | Jul 12
An excerpt from Chomsky and Moro’s new book “The Secrets of Words.”
Noam Chomsky and Andrea Moro | Jul 7
This month on the Sustainable City show, we explore the connection between transportation and land use, and how each affects our ability to achieve our climate goals.
William Shutkin & Andy Bush | Jul 4