The New York Times sat down with Philip Roth in 2008 to talk about his life and accomplishments.
Rosalyn Terborg-Penn at Morgan State University in 2016. She said she had to fight “the ivory tower doorkeepers who often overlook or dismiss the works of black women historians, especially those of us who teach at historically black universities and colleges.”
The Danish artist Per Kirkeby. Though best known for his painting, he also worked in sculpture, drawing and printmaking; wrote and directed films; and constructed outdoor installations from brick.
Frederieke Taylor in a family photograph from 2009 with a sculpture by the Taiwanese artist Long-Bin Chen.
Eugene Pitt, seated, and the other members of the Jive Five in an undated publicity photo.
Janka Nabay performed in 2017 at a music festival in Rennes, in northwest France. He modernized bubu, a traditional musical style from his native Sierra Leone.
Rita Borsellino in her pharmacy in Palermo. In the background is a photo of her brother Paolo Borsellino and Giovanni Falcone, prosecutors who were killed by the Mafia.
Daniel and Susan Cohen in 2003 with a photograph of their daughter, Theodora, a college student who was killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
Joe Pintauro at a rehearsal of his play “Cacciatore” at the Hudson Guild Theater in Manhattan. His plays addressed topical subjects like the AIDS crisis, suburban sprawl and pederasty in the priesthood.
Maryon Pittman Allen in 1978, the year she was appointed to fill the Senate seat of her husband, James B. Allen, after his sudden death.
Queeneth Ndaba in an undated photo. In the face of apartheid, she worked to keep Johannesburg’s most influential home of art and culture alive.
The composer Oliver Knussen conducting at Tanglewood, where he was head of contemporary music from 1986 to 1993.
Peter Meldrum in his office at The Meldrum Foundation in Salt Lake City in 2016. He argued that allowing companies to patent genes would “encourage innovation and development of products that can save lives and improve the quality of lives.”
Pierre Rissient, front right, next to Clint Eastwood in Paris in 1985. Mr. Rissient was among the first to recognize Mr. Eastwood’s potential as a director.
LeRoy Jolley at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., in 2009.
Robert Mandan as the philandering Chester Tate and Katherine Helmond as his sheltered wife, Jessica, in a 1980 episode of “Soap.”
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