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This is Who We Are: Mynette Louie
April 12, 2022

While at Gamechanger, Louie began to miss being on the frontline of producing a film soup-to-nuts.

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This is Who We Are: Diksha Basu
March 8, 2022

But the one practice Basu has maintained, born from the experience of turning The Windfall from a book of stories into a novel, is that each new project is built from the characters up.

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This is Who We Are: Shrihari Sathe
February 18, 2022

The film was released in India in 2014, and in the US two years later.

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This is Who We Are: Racquel Gates
February 1, 2022

It brought to mind her own experience growing up in a household that encouraged critical discussion.

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This is Who We Are: Professor Adama Delphine Fawundu '18
December 14, 2021

Starting out as a blog, Deconstructing SHE grew into an exhibition.

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This is Who We Are: Professor Naeem Mohaiemen
December 3, 2021

On the morning that Associate Professor Naeem Mohaiemen and I speak, his mother has shared her diary with him and he’s wondering why the list of films she’s watched recently is at the back of the diary and not the front.

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This Is Who We Are: Professor James Calleri
April 26, 2021

During the hiatus, Calleri relocated to his home upstate in Saugerties, New York.

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This Is Who We Are: Professor Rivka Galchen
April 13, 2021

She is also working on a collection of essays about the lives of scientists.

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This Is Who We Are: David Henry Hwang
April 2, 2021

Currently, Hwang is working on three different projects for theatre: rewrites of musicals Soft Power and Aida and a new show that explores the radical history of Asian America in the 1960s.

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This Is Who We Are: Deborah Paredez
March 8, 2021

“So,” Paredez continues, “I look at, for example, my relationship with my mom and Rita Moreno performing as Anita in the film West Side Story.

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