Did you miss this year’s Humanities Day? We’ve got you covered.
Linguist Lenore Grenoble studies language shift in one of the harshest climates in the world.
Dean Anne Walters Robertson on an exceptional time for the discipline.
Malynne Sternstein helps create language for the graphic novel Mae.
Talking synthesizers, human rights, and grad school with former Wolf Parade member Hadji Bakara, PhD'16.
Denise Shull, AM’95, helps Wall Streeters get in touch with their softer sides.
In her new book, Courtney C. W. Guerra, AB’05, offers witty work advice.
In her critically acclaimed opera, Amy Stebbins, AM’14, tackles the timeless problem of war.
For Sam Pluta, music is the ultimate computer game.
The Ear Taxi Festival will highlight contemporary classical music in Chicago.
One alum’s thoughts on a creative career.
Assistant professor of English Richard Jean So shows how a computer can help find nuance in prevailing literary assumptions.