Rubbed-out doodles in the pages of a medieval manuscript show that the human impulse to censor plays out on scales large and small.
A Special Collections exhibit examines the trauma of war.
Revisiting days gone by in the pages of the Magazine.
A century-old J. M. Barrie play gets a Chicago revival.
How the Chicago school of sociology changed the field.
A UChicago Library restoration project rescues a 500-year-old manuscript.
UChicago honors its Latin American research roots.
French illustrators of World War I depicted the arena, the enemy, and the home front with bravura.
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 literary mystery hidden inside a 150-year-old copy of Homer’s Odyssey finds an answer.