Arts & Humanities
Lessons from a life of bridge.
Yiddish translator Jessica Kirzane on the challenges of translating children’s literature.
Author A. J. Verdelle on writing, teaching, and her friendship with Toni Morrison. Plus: An excerpt from Verdelle’s book Miss Chloe.
A teach-in on Katherine Dunham, PhB’36, followed by a master class in Dunham Technique.
Academy Award–winning editor Lisa Fruchtman’s (AB’70) life in film.
How a Twitter conversation led to a new trilingual children’s book.
A. J. Verdelle, AB’82, writes lovingly, but honestly, of her friend Toni Morrison.
A Smart Museum exhibition probes the past and future of monochrome art.
Adam Lowenstein, AM’94, PhD’99, reconsiders the role of “the other” in horror.
“a half-shattered vase can hold again.”
Reporters John Gunther, PhB 1922, and Vincent Sheean, EX 1921, sounded an early warning about the rise of European dictators.
John Snyder, AB’56, gives new life to the lost and discarded.