Arts & Humanities

Spring/Summer 2013

Rosanna Warren brings academic mischief to the Committee on Social Thought.

11.12.2014

In the quarterly festival Theater[24], student thespians create and perform plays within a day. 

Nov–Dec/14

New to Rockefeller Chapel’s staff, Matthew Dean, AB’00, has long inhabited its world of song.

Nov–Dec/14

Novelist Matthew Thomas, AB’97, talks about learning to hear the story that wants to be told.

Nov–Dec/14

French illustrators of World War I depicted the arena, the enemy, and the home front with bravura.

Nov–Dec/14

Noah Berlatsky, AM’94, uncoils the rope that ties Wonder Woman to traditional male superheroes and to Twilight’s Bella.

Nov–Dec/14

The Smart Museum revives, and updates, a generous tradition.

10.22.2014

Lydia Lunch reads William S. Burroughs, even though she doesn’t really like his work.

01.03.2014

Actor Eddie Shin, AB’98, discusses his role on WGN’s Manhattan and his Chicago theater background.

Fall/14

Court Theatre, now in its 60th season, went from “a new type of summer theatre” to a Chicago institution.

Fall/14

Philosopher Sally Sedgwick investigates one of the field’s most challenging thinkers.

09.19.2014

Ready to explore Tamil literature? South Asia scholar Sascha Ebeling shares his favorite works in translation.