Politician, publisher, contributor to cultural and public life; his daughter Eliza shares stories of Mark Bonham Carter, Commonwealth Fund Fellow 1947-48
Dr Mary Docherty reflects on how personal and professional learning interact in studying integrated healthcare for people with mental health needs.
Edwina Moreton OBE (HF 1976-78) opens our eyes to the much misunderstood role of livery companies. Far from being professional lobby groups, they are, fundamentally, about giving back. She explains their role and her part as Master Trader in the educational and charitable work that the Livery undertakes.
John Sturrock, HF 1984-5, founder and senior mediator of Core in Scotland suggests alternative ways to approach conflict resolution.
Harrison Birtwhistle HF 1965-67 celebrated his 85th birthday at Dartington International summer School and Festival
Judy Digney, former trustee of HFA, reflects on highlights over her 16 years involvement with the charity.
Three years ago former HF Sara Nathan co-founded a hosting charity to offer rooms to refugees and asylum-seekers in the UK.
The author remembers a writer whose life was cut short and a friendship that started as Harkness Fellows in the US
Chris Barnham and Bob Barr share how and why they became locally elected politicians.
Stuart Devlin, (1931 to 2018) AO, CMG, was a Harkness Fellow from 1960 to 62 based at Columbia University. A conversation with Stuart’s wife Carole and her sister Victoria throws light on his fellowship and how they came to edit this masterpiece.