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From:Harvard International Review (Vol. 41, Issue 1)In the early twentieth century, Frederic Putnam, the curator of the Peabody Museum, made a proposal to his former student, a young Peruvian by the name of Julio Tello, who had recently graduated with a masters degree in...
From:Harvard International Review (Vol. 41, Issue 3)"Divisive" comes to lmind when describing the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most, if not all, countries are solely looking inwards in the war against coronavirus. Meanwhile, international relations, much less...
From:Harvard International Review (Vol. 42, Issue 1)For immigrants chasing the ever elusive American Dream, the phrase, "education is the greatest equalizer," is repeated, then recited, until it becomes a promise. In academia and scientific research, fulfilled dreams...
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