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Anne Klein W’64 ASC’65 tells classmates’ stories—and her own.[...]
Sept|Oct 2018[...]
Jennifer Clair C’94’s cooking class is available for take-out (as a book).[...]
Fantastic, flawed, forgotten Mr. Fox. The Man Who Made the Movies.[...]
July|August 2018[...]
New worlds on ravaged ground. Surviving Genocide.[...]
May|June 2018[...]
David Wallace on Chaucer, his world, and ours.[...]
In an excerpt from his new autobiography, Penn psychology professor Martin Seligman tells the little-known story of the American Psychological Association’s annual meeting in 1904, held at Penn. Its reverberations were profound—for Penn psychology professor Edwin Twitmyer and for American psychology.[...]
How to know? Understanding Understanding.[...]
Mar|Apr 2018[...]
Annenberg’s Al Felzenberg on his William F. Buckley bio.[...]
Emily Wilson’s translation of Homer’s epic has become a surprise sensation, a once-in-a-generation transformation of how English readers encounter one of the most iconic characters in all of literature. Fellow classics professor (and Odyssey aficionado) Peter Struck has some questions for her.[...]
Q&A with The Border author Steven Schafer G’00 WG’00.[...]
Jan|Feb 2018[...]
Novelist Colson Whitehead on The Underground Railroad.[...]
Lauren Smith Brody C’99 has advice for moms returning to work.[...]
Jo Piazza C’02 is figuring out this whole marriage thing.[...]
Thomas Childers’ The Third Reich: A History of Nazi Germany.[...]
Nov|Dec 2017[...]