Harvard Writers at Work

Launched in 2009, the Harvard Writers at Work lecture series focuses on the ways that writing, by those at Harvard, connects academic and professional work and the broader public. The events are primarily aimed at Harvard undergraduates, with a special interest in drawing freshmen in order to inspire them at the outset of their education to see, no matter what their concentration, that writing matters and that they can create a writing life while in college and in their future careers. The series is co-sponsored by the Harvard College Writing Program, the Harvard Extension School Master’s Degree Program in Journalism, Harvard Review, the Nieman Foundation for Journalism, the Harvard College Program in General Education, and Harvard Business School Working Knowledge.

2014-2015 Lecture Series

Reporting from the New China: A Conversation about Writing with Evan Osnos

Wednesday, February 11, 2015 @ 7:30 p.m.
Thompson Room of the Barker Center
12 Quincy Street
Harvard University
Free and open to the public
Reporting from the New China: A Conversation about Writing with Evan Osnos


Mastering Style: The Learning and Teaching of Writing, December 9, 2014

Dynamic Duos: How Creative Teams Drive the Arts, Science, and Technology, November 17, 2014

In Defense of Cowardice: A Reading and Conversation with Chris Walsh, Author of Cowardice: A Brief History, November 13, 2014

Strange Science: A Talk by Marc Abrahams, October 28, 2014

Harvard Writers at Work Presents Meet the Agents, September 25, 2014