Rubbed-out doodles in the pages of a medieval manuscript show that the human impulse to censor plays out on scales large and small.
How Claire Scanlon, AB’93, made a romantic comedy for the modern era.
Questions for the award-winning novelist and short story writer.
When Mark Bruce Rosin, AB’68, visited mental hospital patients as a College student, it opened the doorway to his 2018 screenplay.
Nina Berman’s (AB’82) new book is a true collaboration between photographer and subject.
Erika Dudley combines culinary history and arts education to bring people together.
Photographer Jane Fulton Alt, AM’75, captures the haunting aftermath of natural disasters.
Court Theatre’s Spotlight Reading Series puts playwrights of color on center stage.
Writer Rachel DeWoskin’s novel approach to empathy.
To get outside himself, a writer takes up method acting.
English associate professor Adrienne Brown explores the complicated racial history of the American skyscraper.
Reflections on the life and literature of Philip Roth, AM’55.