Arts & Humanities
National Novel Writing Month founder Chris Baty, AM’97, explains how a “ridiculous challenge” with friends turned into a global writing event—and how to make it to 50,000 words.
The history of beekeeping stretches back centuries, the director of the Oriental Institute found when a hobby turned into a scholarly pursuit.
How an arty UChicago history student ended up remaking Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
Graduate students explore games for scholarly interest and social impact.
Banned Books Week and the legacy of librarian Judith Krug, AM’64.
Doc’s new calendar brings Singapore and cyberpunks, ’70s disaffection, and Gordon Parks.
Oriental Institute scholars use aerial surveys to determine new looting episodes of antiquities.