Arts & Humanities

Winter/16

Enjoying wine taught Jane Lopes, AB’07, to slow down, but as a sommelier, she’s rising fast.

Winter/16

The first art movement to originate in Chicago focused on the dark side of postwar life.

Winter/16

In the 1930s Oriental Institute archaeologists used photography to capture the history and grandeur of Persepolis.

Winter/16

At the Arts Incubator, creative minds build on the cultural wealth of Chicago’s South Side

01.07.2016

That’s what sculptor Virginio Ferrari would say, anyway.

12.09.2015

UChicago literary scholar Armando Maggi, PhD’95, suggests a better term for fairy tales and reveals what recent story cast a spell on him.

11.20.2015

A new documentary on philanthropist Julius Rosenwald leaves UChicago on the cutting room floor.

11.16.2015

Philosophy professor Candace Vogler is on the case.

Fall/15

For a century, the Renaissance Society has focused on artists and the ideas that inspire them.

11.04.2015

UChicago literary scholar Armando Maggi, PhD’95, says “once upon a time” is now.

10.29.2015

National Novel Writing Month founder Chris Baty, AM’97, explains how a “ridiculous challenge” with friends turned into a global writing event—and how to make it to 50,000 words.

Fall/15

The history of beekeeping stretches back centuries, the director of the Oriental Institute found when a hobby turned into a scholarly pursuit.