As Malcolm Dean steps down from the committee, his Harkness Reports are recognised.
Reflections on the Fellowship from the youngsters who accompanied their parent Harkness Fellow to live in the USA
In a companion piece to the last newsletter’s feature on the Pilgrim Trust, their Director gives an update about their work.
David Edmonds, Distinguished Research Fellow at Oxford’s Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics writes about fellow philosopher Derek Parfit’s Harkness Fellowship.
In the midst of the Great Depression Edward Harkness founded the Pilgrim Trust in the UK with $10 million for the relief of the unemployed and for the preservation of places of cultural importance.
Conservation and sustainable food practices go hand in hand where local communities have been stable for generations.
A brilliant Harkness Fellow and pre-eminent business leader
Professor O’Riordan advocates a local approach to sustainability.
André Lévy-Lang explains how France is addressing the financing of climate change.
Jan’s own words, those of her son Mark, and of poet Katrina Porteous, highlight the impact of the fellowship on Jan’s writing.