Egyptian Book of the Dead comes alive at the Oriental Institute.
After a decades-long hiatus, Art to Live With is back.
Physician William Sloan’s (SB’63, MD’67) familiarity with old Italian instruments guides his work as a luthier.
How do you make gnocchi without potatoes?
Historian Ada Palmer researches the history of ideas, writes science fiction, and has helped elect a new pope (c. 1470) four times.
How Sasha Trubetskoy tried to break the internet with maps.
Fifty years ago, Wayne C. Booth, AM’47, PhD’50, gave an eerily prescient speech.
Christina Fink, MBA’80, shares art house cinema with incarcerated veterans.
The subject of controversy when it was commissioned, Nuclear Energy has become a constant in the UChicago landscape.
Collector and self-proclaimed “Twainiac” Ivan Kane, AB’78, JD’81, remembers Mark Twain’s friendship with University of Chicago professor Elizabeth Wallace.
Remembering Martin Luther’s far-reaching legacy half a millennium after the 95 Theses.
What is it like to sort through the personal papers of one of America’s most celebrated writers?