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“I feel very fortunate I get to make these movies. I don’t create them, I participate in them,” said two-time Academy Award winner Ang Lee in a talk at the Sackler Museum that kicked off a weekend screening of his films at the Harvard Film Archive. “I am more like a vessel than a creator. … I love this … I also suffer for it,” he said. Lee was joined by his longtime collaborator James Schamus (photo 2, right).

Life of Lee

Acclaimed filmmaker explains how he tackles tough topics to make compelling movies

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Seniors Caitlin Ballotta (right) and Nora Garry (photo 1) spent 10 weeks in Widener Library poring over the recent acquisition of thousands of zines, self-published and self-distributed publications tackling topics overlooked by the mainstream media.

Zines were the scene

Summer program supports arts and humanities research, including on new library collection

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A panel of experts met in early May for “The Humanities and the Future of the University.” Convened by the Mahindra Humanities Center and funded by the Office of the President, the discussion explored ways of reviving interest in the reflexive and analytical disciplines that make up humanistic study.

Mapping the future

Reports tackle issues, concerns involving strengthening the humanities in a scientific age

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