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Books, Film, Music


July 28, 2023

Time and Place

Prof. David Schiff’s musical journey winds through the vineyard with Susan Sokol-Blosser ’67 and around the track with Steve Prefontaine.

June 14, 2023

In New Essay, President Bilger Makes the Case for Public Writing

The piece appears in ‘Public Feminisms,’ an open-access book published in April by Lever Press.

April 21, 2023

In ‘Toad,’ Katherine Dunn ’69 Draws on Her Time at ջ

The posthumously published novel is wry and penetrating.

April 19, 2023

A Cross-Country Cornhole Trip Digs into American Identity

Anthropology major Emilie Kelly ’25 used a classic lawn game to break the ice before entering into deeper conversation.

April 14, 2023

Through the Portal

Josh Riedel ’07 was Instagram’s first employee. His debut novel plunges readers into startup life.

January 6, 2023

Changing the Lens

Nili Yosha ’07 empowers houseless youth through filmmaking.

November 7, 2022

The Western

English 261 investigates a history of US film culture through the lens of the cinematic Western.

October 20, 2022

The Quiet Before: On the Unexpected Origins of Radical Ideas

A new book by Gal Beckerman '98 explores the conditions required for revolutionary ideas to foment—or fester.

September 2, 2022

Marginal Powers and Messages from the Divine

Stephanie Guyer-Stevens ’86 documents the unique power of female shamans in Bhutan.

March 25, 2022

Eid al-Fitr Makes Its Animated Debut

After growing up watching reactionary stereotypes, a screenwriter creates space for nuanced Muslim characters.