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Terrible suffering, strikingly dissimilar. A Tale of Two Plantations.[...]
Jonathan Moreno on “J.L.,” his psychodrama-founding father.[...]
An emeritus professor of sociology recalls his political and intellectual evolution.[...]
March|April 2015[...]
How Warren Gefter M’74 inspired his daughter to write about nothing.[...]
Jan|Feb 2015[...]
Rottenberg on Greenfield.The Outsider.[...]
Nov|Dec 2014[...]
F. Scott Fitzgerald died a failure, but now The Great Gatsby sells a half-million copies a year (even when there’s not a movie). In So We Read On, alumna and Fresh Air book-critic Maureen Corrigan explains how this happened—and why it’s right that it did.[...]
SLIDESHOW | An uninhabited island in the East River.[...]
Places and things left behind. The Picture that Remains.[...]
Prusiner on his pursuit of the prion. Madness and Memory.[...]
Sept|Oct 2014[...]
Diane Jacobs CW’70’s new book is about Abigail Adams and her sisters.[...]
Thomas Brothers C’79 on “Master of Modernism” Louis Armstrong.[...]
July|August 2014[...]
Turning on the lights. How Paris Became Paris [...]
William Ferris G’67 Gr’69 on The Storied South.[...]
City of the Sellers. Engineering Philadelphia.[...]
Richard Ellis C’59 on the mysterious—and endangered—beaked whales.[...]