Dieter Roelstraete’s course explored exile, retreat, and homes away from home.
A poet reckons with a fractured world
The museum’s public outreach taps the littlest Egyptologists.
How has the institute’s work evolved since 1919? A faculty roundtable.
Director Christopher Woods, his work in Sumerology, and his vision for the OI’s second century.
A brief history in pictures of some essential people, places, and treasures.
Cecelia Watson, AMʼ05, examines the history—and occasional hatred—of punctuation’s most daunting mark.
An early story of transition comes to the screen in the documentary Framing Agnes.
Lauri Ramey, AM’75, PhD’96, traces a 400-year literary legacy.
A linguist explains.
Amira Makansi, AB’10, has pairing recommendations for more than 150 books.
In Star Wars and Religion, Russell Johnson, AM’15, PhD’19, uses the famous franchise to teach comparative religious ethics.