Arts & Humanities

Fall/16

A scholar’s chance observation in an Italian museum helps solve an art history mystery.

Fall/16

As the new executive director of the National Book Foundation, Lisa Lucas, AB’01, wants to get America reading.

Fall/16

A groundbreaking sculpture returns to campus—and sparks a dialogue on public art.

10.31.2016

Court Theatre’s Charles Newell gives Core students a director’s-eye view.

08.12.2016

The Smart Museum’s latest exhibit explores the private prints of pre-1900 Europe.

Summer/16

Illustrator and adventurer Cyrus LeRoy Baldridge, PhB 1911, found inspiration for his art in his travels.

08.04.2016

A glimpse into the paper, thread, and artistry of community bookbinding.

08.01.2016

Once a blighted industrial area, SoHo is one of New York City’s most affluent communities. A new book explores artists’ role in the neighborhood’s transformation.

Summer/16

The Ear Taxi Festival will highlight contemporary classical music in Chicago.
Summer/16

The iconic photographs of Danny Lyon, AB’63, document more than 50 years of social change and life outside the mainstream.

Summer/16

A walk through campus sparks memories of Wayne Booth, AM’47, PhD’50.

05.11.2016

Author Kalisha Buckhanon, AB’99, AM’07, discusses the power of storytelling, Trayvon Martin, and how professor William Veeder changed her life.