Nearly a century after it was banned, Gertrude Beasley’s (AM 1918) memoir of her Texas upbringing reaches a new generation of readers.
Two scholars in sound studies discuss golden age of radio dramatist Arch Oboler’s (EX’36) acoustic tricks.
John Himmel on his father, Richard Himmel, EX’42
Radio dramatist Arch Oboler, EX’36, shone a light on the horrors of humanity—in fiction and in reality.
“No one has cared to say.”
Jeri Lynne Johnson, AM’05, joins art and activism in her Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra.
Neil Verma, AM’04, PhD’08, is tuned in to the golden age of radio.
With Work in Progress, Abby McEnany, AB’92, created an unconventional sitcom for anyone who feels different.
Questions for the College alumna and publisher of Pantheon and Schocken Books.
Sam Greenlee, EX’57 (1930–2014), distinguished himself as a Foreign Service Officer, then found his true mission as a radical writer.
In Sleeping Presidents, artist and writer John Ransom Phillips, ABʼ60, PhDʼ66, takes viewers inside the minds of (almost) every one from George Washington to Joe Biden.