The Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies (CES) was founded in 1969 at Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences to promote the interdisciplinary understanding of European history, politics, economy and societies.
Established in 1954 to support research and teaching on the Middle East, the Center for Middle Eastern Studies has produced generations of scholars with a profound understanding of and active engagement in the region. At the core of...
Offers specialized focus on Archaeology and Ancient Civilization; Cities, Urbanism, and Transnationalism, Culture; Ecology and Materiality; Economy, Markets, and Modernity; Gender and Sexuality; Health and Medicine; Historical Anthropology; Linguistic Anthropology; Political Anthropology; Race And... Read more about Department of Anthropology
Harvard Divinity School is a nonsectarian school of religious and theological studies that educates students both in the pursuit of the academic study of religion and in preparation for leadership in religious, governmental, and a wide range of service organizations.
Harvard Kennedy School’s mission is to improve public policy and public leadership across the United States and around the world, so people can lead safer, freer, and more prosperous lives. By combining cutting-edge research, the teaching of outstanding students, and direct interaction with... Read more about Harvard Kennedy School of Government
The Lakshmi Mittal and Family South Asia Institute at Harvard University engages through interdisciplinary research to advance and deepen the understanding of critical issues relevant to South Asia and its relationship with the world.
The Center for the Study of World Religions is an integral part of Harvard Divinity School. By its resources and programming the Center supports, focuses, and enhances the School’s mission, with respect to research, teaching, and community.