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When Soyoung Lee takes the reins as the Harvard Art Museums’ chief curator in September, she will be joining the institution at a vibrant time, with some goals already clear.

Early goals for new curator

When Soyoung Lee arrives at the Harvard Art Museums, some aspirations already will be clear


John Schabel, Night Shot 6, 2001.

The proof is in the print

Starring role for ’80s and ’90s New York in Harvard Art Museums’ lab-focused ‘Analog Culture’


"Renewed Wisdom."

Material interests

Newburyport artist makes ‘spirit books’ of bark, seed pods, and roots


Theodore Delwiche ’18

An opportunist looking to learn

Theodore R. Delwiche ’18 let his love for the classics — and investigation — inform his Harvard experience


The Emancipation Proclamation was briefly on campus last week for a Baker Library exhibit.

Documents of freedom

Business School celebration of African-American Student Union includes cornerstones of American rights


Lance Oppenheim.

From the Everglades to Tribeca

‘While other kids were going out for sports teams and trading ‘Yu-Gi-Oh!’ cards, I was already a 40-year-old, fedora-wearing film snob’


Asia Argento, the Italian actor and director who was one of the first women to accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, discussed her role in taking down the Hollywood producer and the backlash that resulted in her native country.

Getting the record straight

Italian director and actor discusses her assault charges against Harvey Weinstein, and the backlash from Italy’s press


Joseph Connors, professor of history of art and architecture, took listeners on a virtual tour of two of Rome’s most iconic spaces, the Piazza Navona and the Piazza San Pietro. Danielle Carrabino, an associate research curator in European Art at the Harvard Art Museums, assisted Connors on the exhibit.

A detailed narrative of Rome

‘Eternal City’ professor notes papal influences, legacy of Bernini in Harvard Art Museums lecture