Political-science graduate student Jenna Jordan finds that eliminating a terrorist organization's leader isn't necessarily a knockout punch.
Chelsey Kivland explores how Haitian performance troupes affect their country’s social and political life.
Social science scholars explore issues surrounding the descendants of America’s first inhabitants.
Researcher Maud Slye’s (EX 1899) contentious career helped open the field of cancer genetics.
After more than three decades at Britannica, editor in chief Dale Hoiberg, AM’74, PhD’93, knows the encyclopedia business inside out.
Slavic studies professor Malynne Sternstein guides students through the deep game that is Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita.
A traveling exhibition explores California art’s experimental state of mind.
Jud Newborn, AM’77, PhD’94, brings Nazi resisters out of the past into the present.