The Quote Machine – Harvard Gazette

Claire Messud.

— Claire Messud, author, Turnings of the tale


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—Jeff Koons, artist, High king of middlebrow


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Joshua Greene.

— Joshua Greene, Psychologist, “Deep Pragmatism” as a Moral Driver


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Daniel Liberman.

— Daniel Lieberman, evolutionary biologist, How fast can we run?


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— Robert Waldinger, psychiatrist, Good genes are good, but joy is better


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Jill Lepore.

— Jill Lepore, Historian, The Art of Matter


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Annette Gordon Reed.

— Annette Gordon-Reed, historian, Experience


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Kevin Young.

— Kevin Young, poet, Kevin Young and a unified theory of black culture — and himself


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— Terry Buchmiller, surgeon and musician, Leaving a beautiful scar


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Stephen Hawking.

— Stephen Hawking (1942-2018), physicist, Hawking at Harvard


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JK Rowling.

— JK Rowling, novelist, The social benefits of failure and the importance of imagination


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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

— Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, novelist, Adichie: Protecting and valuing the truth


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Laurel Thatcher Ulrich.

— Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, Historian, Experience


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— Sherry Turkle, Psychologist, At the PBK ceremony, a call for empathy


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Teju Cole.

– Teju Cole, novelist and critic, author will inspire creative writing students beyond genre boundaries


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Toni Morrisson.

— Toni Morrison (1931-2019), novelist, Good, but never simple


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Arthur Brooks.

– Arthur Brooks, social scientist, happiness expert cites three ways to start healing breakups


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— Paul Farmer (1959-2022), physician and co-founder of Partners In Health, Experience


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Steven Pinker.

— Steven Pinker, psychologist, Anecdotes are not data


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— Randall Kennedy, jurist, If Randall Kennedy Ruled the World


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Lauren Groff.

– Lauren Groff, novelist, in response to the question “Can you talk about your process and how you deal with work and family?” Alienation proves a fertile mindset for Lauren Groff


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Michael Pollan.

— Michael Pollan, author and journalist, Michael Pollan delves into the issue of drugs


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— Marylène Altieri, curator, Becoming Julia Child


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Richard Schwartz.

— Richard Schwartz, psychiatrist, When Love and Science Collide


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Matthew Aucoin.

— Matthew Aucoin, composer, Beethoven at 250


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Amanda Gorman.

— Amanda Gorman, America’s First Poet Laureate of Youth, The Poetic Perspective


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Daniel Kahnman.

— Daniel Kahneman, Psychologist, Negotiating the Irrational


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Orlando Patterson.

— Orlando Patterson, sociologist, Is 80 the new 60?


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Kevin Birmingham.

— Kevin Birmingham, author, Rocky path to publication for the most dangerous book


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— Jane Mansbridge, political scientist, Experience


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Greg Galeazzi.

— Greg Galeazzi, veteran, Between the army and medical school, a stopover in hell


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Raj Chety.

— Raj Chetty, Economist, The Personal Side of Economics


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John lewis.

– US Representative John Lewis (1940-2020), Facing the Future, Lewis and Faust See Reason for Hope


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Xiao-Li Meng.

— Xiao-Li Meng, statistician, 2 first vaccination surveys worse than zero thanks to the “big data paradox”


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Michael Sandel.

— Michael J. Sandel, philosopher, Overturning the myth of meritocracy


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Jaclyn Corin.

— Jaclyn Corin, co-founder of March for Our Lives, Mass shootings kickstart youth gun control


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Timothy Rebeck.

— Timothy Rebbeck, Professor of Cancer Prevention, Bringing the Fight Against Cancer Down to Earth


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henry louis

– Henry Louis “Skip” Gates Jr., historian, African-American folklore inspires the meeting of minds


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Krzysztof Gajos.

— Krzysztof Gajos, computer scientist, When will a robot write a novel?


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Lawrence Katz.

— Lawrence Katz, labor economist, “I quit” is all the rage. Blip or radical change?


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Joe Allen.

— Joe Allen, public health expert, Is your home making you sick?


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— Jonathan Franzen, novelist, Select Words for Liberals


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Emily Wilson.

— Emily Wilson, classic, New chapter for “The Odyssey“


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Mary Tenney.

– Mary Tenney, nurse, 14 nurses on living and working during COVID


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Larry Bacow.

– Larry Bacow, President of Harvard, Larry Bacow Listening Tour


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Min Jin Lee.

— Min Jin Lee, Novelist, History Research and Writing


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Max Essex.

— Max Essex, pioneering AIDS researcher, Experience


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— Deirdre Barrett, Psychologist, What Pandemic Dreams May Come


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— Robert Paarlberg, author, Eat Only Organic? You’re paying too much and it’s not worth it


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— Lawrence D. Bobo, Sociologist, The Fire This Time


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—Anthony Lowe, Electronics Technician, Global Helium Shortage Holds Harvard Labs Back


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Junot Diaz.

— Junot Díaz, author, Old Masks, New Faces


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Haben Girma.

— Haben Girma, first deafblind woman to graduate from Harvard Law School, One L, only harder


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Virgil Abloh.

— Virgil Abloh (1980-2021), designer, Ideas (and sneakers) were in the air


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Yo-Yo Ma.

— Yo-Yo Ma, cellist, “I want it to be felt”


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Lawrence Summers.

— Lawrence Summers, economist and former president of Harvard, Health as an economic engine


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Ruben Reyes.

– Ruben Reyes Jr., launched the Latinx student literary magazine, A writer’s journey


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Art Spiegelmann.

— Art Spiegelman, cartoonist, Fathers, killers, God and “Maus”


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Cass R. Sunstein.

— Cass R. Sunstein, studies behavioral economics, Why do some groups explode while others die out?


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Tomiko Brown-Nagin.

– Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Dean of Radcliffe, Investigating Slavery: The Harvard Ties Inseparable from Ascension


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Douglas Melton.

— Douglas Melton, stem cell researcher, a breakthrough within reach of the diabetes scientist and the patients closest to his heart


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Schuyler Bailer.

—Schuyler Bailar, first openly transgender swimmer in NCAA Division I, Schuyler Bailar runs towards his authentic self


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Samantha Maltese.

– Samantha Maltais, first Wampanoag to attend Harvard Law, History student makes history


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Sergio Lopez.

— Sergio Lopez, veteran, A Navy SEAL who cheated death finds his voice


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Marty Baron.

— Marty Baron, Washington Post editor, The Danger of “Misinformation, Disinformation, Illusions, and Deception”


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— Anna Precht, Director of the 3East Boys Intensive Program at McLean Hospital, Wait — what if Will Smith was just a man?


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— Daniel Gilbert, social psychologist, Do you know why conversations seem too short or too long?


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— Marion Dierickx, Researcher, Life on Ice


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EO Wilson.

— EO Wilson (1929-2021), biologist, Experiment


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Drew Faust.

— Drew Faust, former president of Harvard, Experience


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Jane Kamensky.

— Jane Kamensky, historian, When Abortion Wasn’t a Legal Issue


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Angela Merkel.

— Angela Merkel, German Chancellor, Merkel advises graduates: break down the walls around you


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— Jay Ulfelder, political scientist, We don’t need a civil war to have serious problems


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Dennis Hayes.

— Denis Hayes, Earth Day Co-Founder, How Earth Day Started the Environmental Movement


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— Hrag Pailian, researcher, When a bird’s brain overtakes Harvard students in a test


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Howard Gardner.

— Howard Gardner, Psychologist, Experience


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Robert Truog.

— Robert Truog, Bioethicist, AI Revolution in Medicine


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— Susanna Siegel, philosopher, How Death Shapes Life


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Gish Jen.

— Gish Jen, novelist, who is your favorite literary hero, villain?


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Laurie Anderson.

— Laurie Anderson, artist, O Superwoman


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I. Glenn Cohen.

— I. Glenn Cohen, Professor of Law, One Thing to Change: Challenging the Status Quo


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— David H. Rosmarin, Psychologist, Calming Advice for Mad America


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— Michael Bronski, author of “A Queer History of the United States,” Stonewall Then and Now


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Paul Reville.

– Paul Reville, former Massachusetts Secretary of Education, Time to Fix America’s Education with a Space Race Resolution


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— Eddie S. Glaude Jr., chair of the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University, Black progress, white anger


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Elisabeth Samet.

– Elizabeth D. Samet, West Point Scholar, How “The Good War” Wasn’t So Good


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Mary Tatar.

– Maria Tatar, John L. Loeb Professor of Germanic Languages ​​and Literatures, True Heroines


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Suzanna Omonuk.

— Suzannah Omonuk, poet, A Poem for Venus


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— Irina Klyagin, archivist, Prize-winning manuscript — and valuable lesson — unearthed in Soviet archives


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Aurora Straus.

— Aurora Straus, professional racing driver, Life in the fast lane


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Philip Deloria.

— Philip Deloria, historian, A Colorful Figure


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— Arthur Goldhammer, translator, In translation, he found his purpose


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Me- Minn Lee.

“I-Min Lee, epidemiologist, Throat today, sweat tomorrow? That’s not how it works.


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— Jim Hammitt, professor of economics and decision sciences, Sailing alone, under the stars and fast

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