A poet reckons with a fractured world
In three weeks, there are just over 500 hours. The students in the Marine Biological Laboratory’s September intensive courses tried to use them all.
Henry Steele Commager (1902–1998), PhB’23, AM’24, PhD’28, was a US historian for the people.
UChicago literary scholar Armando Maggi, PhD’95, suggests a better term for fairy tales and reveals what recent story cast a spell on him.
Craig Futterman and his students work to make police departments more transparent, starting in Chicago.
A selection of recent faculty research news.
As a researcher, Caroline Albertin, SM’12, a PhD student in organismal biology and anatomy, has always been partial to weird animals: mussels, centipedes, cave fish—and cephalopods.
The history of beekeeping stretches back centuries, the director of the Oriental Institute found when a hobby turned into a scholarly pursuit.
Professor Sian Beilock explains how using the body helps students better learn science.
Students careers, by the numbers.
A religion professor parses the moral language of modern diets.