Arts & Humanities

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.

Summer/22

In her debut novel, Tomi Obaro, AB’12, writes the story of a 30-year friendship.

Summer/22

Court Theatre, by the numbers.

Summer/22

Court Theatre brings home a Tony.

Summer/22

Rebecca Jarvis, AB’03, put her journalistic “Spidey sense” to work unearthing the secrets of Theranos.

Summer/22

Lee Lozano, AB’51 (1930–99), began her career as a painter and ended as the artist who wouldn’t.

Spring/22

Nearly a century after it was banned, Gertrude Beasley’s (AM 1918) memoir of her Texas upbringing reaches a new generation of readers.

02.16.2022

Two scholars in sound studies discuss golden age of radio dramatist Arch Oboler’s (EX’36) acoustic tricks.

02.10.2022

John Himmel on his father, Richard Himmel, EX’42