In the fall lecture series, we mark the United Nations International Year of Indigenous Languages with discussions about revitalizing heritage languages and maintaining strong multilingual identities and we also learn how spectacular creatures such as Tyrannosaurus became intertwined with commerce, philanthropy, and the popular imagination during America's Gilded Age. Watch past lecture videos from all four museums.

Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments

Toledo Scale marked "no-springs, honest-weight".

Harvard Semitic Museum

Green blown glass juglet.

Harvard Museums of Science & Culture

Summer Solstice Image with link to all HMSC specific programs

Harvard Museum of Natural History

A Glass Model of a banana flower.

Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology

A moche water bottle from the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.

Lecture Videos

Lecture image from Microbial Life