Arts & Humanities
Sung from street corners a century ago, Mexican folk ballads offered “a valuable index to popular thought,” wrote UChicago anthropologist Robert Redfield, whose work is part of a Special Collections exhibit on Mexico.
A Divinity School historian’s study of medieval Europe becomes a wellspring of historical fiction.
Abbie Reese, MFA’13, completes the filming of her new documentary, Chosen: Custody of the Eyes.
A performance of Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind by the Neo-Futurists comes to Washington Park.
Anna Fishbeyn, AB’93, AM’95, documents her family’s transition from Soviet Russia to America in a one-woman show at the New Ohio Theatre in New York.
Associate professor Hillary Chute talks about the her new book, scholarly work on on contemporary comics, and going all “fangirl” over Daniel Clowes, LAB’79.