Arts & Humanities

11.08.2022

Yiddish translator Jessica Kirzane on the challenges of translating children’s literature.

11.08.2022

Author A. J. Verdelle on writing, teaching, and her friendship with Toni Morrison. Plus: An excerpt from Verdelle’s book Miss Chloe. 

11.08.2022

A teach-in on Katherine Dunham, PhB’36, followed by a master class in Dunham Technique.

Fall/22

Academy Award–winning editor Lisa Fruchtman’s (AB’70) life in film.

Fall/22

How a Twitter conversation led to a new trilingual children’s book.

Fall/22

A. J. Verdelle, AB’82, writes lovingly, but honestly, of her friend Toni Morrison.

Fall/22

A Smart Museum exhibition probes the past and future of monochrome art.

Fall/22

Adam Lowenstein, AM’94, PhD’99, reconsiders the role of “the other” in horror. 

Summer/22

“a half-shattered vase can hold again.”

Summer/22

Reporters John Gunther, PhB 1922, and Vincent Sheean, EX 1921, sounded an early warning about the rise of European dictators.

Summer/22

John Snyder, AB’56, gives new life to the lost and discarded.

Summer/22

Barbie Army, which broke up in 1991, releases a retrospective album.