Harvard University - Widener Library
The Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE) Audio-Visual Archives consists of the audio and video recordings of HUCE sponsored lectures and events and of early meetings establishing the HUCE. It also includes copies of the Environment at Harvard/Courses with components on Environment, published by the HUCE, dating from 1990-2003
Montgomery County Community College
"Presented by Simon Schama, and focusing on eight iconic works of art, this eight-part series places great art at the centre of great moments in human history."--ABC website
New York Public Library
This program centers on a panel discussion of Shakespeare's tragedies and their continuing relevance. Director Matthew Warchus discusses his modern-dress Royal Shakespeare Company production of Hamlet, and actress Tina Packer discusses her involvement in The Lear project, a cross-gender version of King Lear which casts Olympia Dukakis Lear and Packer as the Fool. The panelists, who also include New Yorker writers Anthony Lane and Simon Schama, all address the "messiness" of Shakespeare's tragedies, the blurred lines between comedy and tragedy in the plays, the issue of the overfamiliarity of certain texts, the comparative approach of American and English actors to Shakespeare, and the tragedies' meaning to contemporary audiences. The panel discussion is followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience

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