Arts & Humanities

04.04.2017

How a mysterious warning helped a literature professor finish his mother’s novel.

04.03.2017

Ada Palmer, Renaissance scholar and science fiction author, on her new book, Seven Surrenders.

02.24.2017

The Metropolitan Museum of Art just made 375,000 images from its collection available for free download. We went hunting for pieces with a UChicago connection.

Winter/17

A century-old J. M. Barrie play gets a Chicago revival.

Winter/17

In her critically acclaimed opera, Amy Stebbins, AM’14, tackles the timeless problem of war.

Winter/17

Robin Hunicke, AB’95, designs video games for the soul.

01.13.2017

The renowned novelist discusses her fifth novel, Swing Time, with assistant professor Vu Tran.

01.04.2017

Eric Thurm, AB’14, serves up a wine-and-spirited lecture series.

12.21.2016

Feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey honors Miriam Hansen with a look at Max Ophüls.

11.23.2016

For Sam Pluta, music is the ultimate computer game.

11.21.2016

Rae Gray, AB’14, plays an antimonarchist in love with a prince at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.

11.15.2016

How David Pickett, AB’07, built his dream career, brick by brick.