How the work of a celebrated Chicago writer was lost and found again.
How Soviet citizens made Western culture their own.
A recipe from Literary Libations by Amira Makansi, ABʼ10.
A selection of books, films, and recordings by UChicago alumni.
Cecelia Watson, AMʼ05, examines the history—and occasional hatred—of punctuation’s most daunting mark.
Lauri Ramey, AM’75, PhD’96, traces a 400-year literary legacy.
Amira Makansi, AB’10, has pairing recommendations for more than 150 books.
Scenes from a Court Theatre play in the making.
From our archive: Allan Bérubé, EXʼ68, wrote Coming Out Under Fire to tell the history of gay men and lesbian women in World War II. (Photography by Bart Everly)
A short story by Ted Cohen, AB’62.
An evening of book club gossip about Maude Hutchins, Muriel Beadle, and Hanna Holborn Gray.