Timothy P. Harrison, AM'91, PhD'95, returned to UChicago last fall to direct the Institute for the Study of Ancient Cultures.
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Tipping point

A discussion with new ISAC director Timothy P. Harrison, AM’91, PhD’95
Jane Tunde Kelleher, AB'20, SM'21
The College

Double major

A student of physics—and classics—finds a path to medical research.
Marc Downie
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Artist’s intention

More from Marc Downie on AI and the creative process
Romance Languages and Literatures assistant professors Pauline Goul, Noel Blanco Mourelle, Khalid Lyamlahy, and Danielle Roper
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Pedagogy and poetry

More from the Romance Languages and Literatures junior faculty
Alumni journalists Zeba Khan, AB'03, AM'03, Ben Steverman, AB'99, AM'99, and Kealey Boyd, AB'01, AM'10
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Extra, extra

Books in progress, pitching tips, and more
Iraqi-American artist Michael Rakowitz collaborated with the ISAC Museum to reconstruct a relief from a palace destroyed by ISIS in 2015.
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Global challenges

New ISAC director Timothy P. Harrison eyes global challenges while building on a storied history.
Donna Tong, LAB'20, Class of 2024, is one of many College students pairing a humanistic and a nonhumanistic major.
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Thought experiment

A College student discovers the science of poetry and vice versa.