Arts & Humanities
Author James Cambias, AB’88, discusses the underwater world of his debut novel, A Darkling Sea.
After years of obscurity, composer Philip Glass, AB'56, has found his audience. His works have won the acclaim of opera buffs and rock-and-roll fans alike.
Poet, critic, and scholar Maureen McLane argues for poetry that synthesizes, “with passion and knowledge,” what it means to be human.
Benjamin Recchie, AB’03, is the very model of a modern Gilbert and Sullivan Savoyaire.
Philosopher Jesse Prinz, PhD’97, trains a skeptical eye on biological accounts of our behavior, beliefs, and emotions.