Edward O. Wilson is Pellegrino University Professor Emeritus at Harvard University. In addition to two Pulitzer Prizes (one of which he shares with Bert Hölldobler), Wilson has won many scientific awards, including the National Medal of Science and the Crafoord Prize of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
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Over the past three decades, visual artist William Kentridge has garnered international acclaim for his work across media including drawing, film, sculpture, printmaking, and theater. Best known for his entrancing stop-motion films of charcoal drawings, he creates images that are personal, poetic stories, often reflecting his native South Africa. The cultural boycott of the anti-apartheid movement allowed his art to form and flourish on its own trajectory, unaltered by what his contemporaries were creating elsewhere. When Kentridge was invited to deliver the 2012 Charles Eliot Norton Lectures at Harvard, he telephoned his father to share the news. “Well,” his father asked, “do you have…