The Center sponsors a diverse array of seminars, conferences, and programs that involve resident affiliates, a variety of international scholars, government officials, and experienced practitioners. The results of Center research are made available to the public and to the policy making community through the Center’s publication of the Centerpiece and Epicenter newsletters, as well as social media, books, and special reports. The Center also produces an annual report that summarizes the Center's activities of the past academic year.
The Center’s online newsletter, Centerpiece, is produced twice a year. It regularly features information on Center events and scholarly developments of special note, as well as a message by the Center director. This newsletter also includes updates on the Center’s programmatic activities, articles by Faculty Associates, and profiles of Center affiliates and their research. Centerpiece aims to maintain an enduring network of both current Weatherhead Center affiliates and the Center’s alumni. If you are a current or former affiliate of the Center and would like to inquire about writing a feature article for the newsletter, please contact Kristin Caulfield, manager of communications.
To receive Centerpiece via email, please subscribe using the form found on the left side of this page.
Epicenter is an online publication that provides commentary and analysis on issues that transcend borders. Our team of writers and editors work with academic specialists affiliated with the Center to help bring clarity to complex global issues, and is committed to Harvard's tradition of fostering innovative, timely, policy-relevant scholarly activities that help us all make sense of the world. If you are a current affiliate of the Center and would like to inquire about writing a research article for the publication, please contact Michelle Nicholasen, communications specialist.
To receive the Epicenter newsletter via email, please subscribe using the form found on the left side of this page.