Arts & Humanities
A look at how, over the last two weeks, religion has been portrayed as relevant, crucial, destructive, and, as witnessed to in a Charleston church, sometimes grace-filled.
Festival of the Arts on campus hosts a multidisciplinary performance of poets, dancers, and musicians.
UChicago psychologists have been able to train some adults to develop the prized musical ability of absolute pitch, and the training’s effects last for months
An Oriental Institute team uses digital tools to capture nuances and share research.
All but lost, Urdu journals offer a glimpse at one of India’s most sprawling, energetic cultures.
Professors Jonathan Lear and Françoise Meltzer on the influence of Freud in their work.
It’s hard to say which was more liberating for Anna Chlumsky, AB’02: the moment she left acting, or the moment she came back.
Television critic Margaret Lyons, AB’04, discusses how her time at the Maroon derailed her plans to attend divinity school.