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Harvardiana

Not only is Harvard the wealthiest university in the world, it is also an institution that molds future generations of American leaders. Not only is it a space devoted to imagining a better society, but also to forging the tools to realize it. Tools are forged from resources, and Italian culture represents an extraordinary patrimony capable of embodying beauty and inspiring innovation. It is for this reason that we collaborate on this column – graduate students, undergraduates and professors, Americans and Italians, all convinced that art and thought are powerful and indispensable means of saving the world.

Harvardiana

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Discovering the Italianness of Tex Willer with Elizabeth Leake 

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Luca Cottini on “The Art of Objects”: At the Origins of Made in Italy

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The Spectacle of Mathematics, in Arielle Saiber’s Measured Words

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​J​ames ​G. Turner Uncovers the Erotic Dimensions of Italian Renaissance Art

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Lucia Dacome on the First Anatomical Models and their Makers

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America Between Africa and Italy: John Gennari Talks Flavour and Soul

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