Arts & Humanities

Winter/21

During a quarter when everything was different, a professor known for installation art took her painting class outside.

Winter/21

Questions for the founder of the legendary Chicago record store Dusty Groove.

Winter/21

W. J. T. Mitchell looks at endings and beginnings.

Winter/21

In the 1950s, a pair of young alumni set out on Route 66 and captured a workaday America now vanished.

Winter/21

An excerpt from The Aeneid, translated by Shadi Bartsch.

Winter/21

Shadi Bartsch-Zimmer’s new translation lets today’s reader hear Vergil as the Romans did.

Fall/20

An Arts Incubator exhibition uses the Black ABCs to chronicle the lives of South Siders.

Fall/20

David Nirenberg studies the intertwined—and sometimes violent—histories of faith communities.

Fall/20

And other reflections from the author of a new book on Jeopardy! 

Summer/20

At Fermilab, artist in residence Adam Nadel, AB’90, used high-energy electrons to capture portraits of the invisible natural world.