Arts & Humanities
John Snyder traversed Ethiopia seeking inspiration for a screenplay. Instead he captured a landscape about to disappear.
After more than three decades at Britannica, editor in chief Dale Hoiberg, AM’74, PhD’93, knows the encyclopedia business inside out.
Going to the Law School helped Natalie Shapero, JD’11, let her poetry loose.
An interpreter in residence holds “office hours” for visitors to the Smart Museum of Art.
In 17th century anatomical drawings, death—and life—were much more present than in today’s medical textbooks.
Wesley and Brad Sun on comics, Kickstarter, and their latest collaboration, Monkey Fist.
Poet Campbell McGrath, AB’84, explains how writers are like baseball players, what’s wrong with novels, and why he was banned from several frats in the mid-’80s.